Wedding planning starts the minute that ring slips on her finger, and the first step in the wedding planning process is to get guests in the loop. Save the date cards inform guests of when and where the wedding will take place, as well as the fact that they are indeed invited. Simple save the date cards won’t always keep guests remembering however, says MyGatsby.com, a leading provider of one of a kind, elegant wedding invitations and announcements.
“You want to make sure your save the dates don’t get lost amongst other mail or with the everyday clutter most people have lying around their homes,” said Janice Lee, president of MyGatsby.com.” Photo save the date cards contain a nice photo of the couple and are more likely to be put up on the refrigerator or a bulletin board, ensuring the date of your wedding will definitely be saved.”
MyGatsby.com carries over 50 different digital photo save the date cards, all available with multiple color choices to match any wedding theme. Creating one of a kind photo save the date cards is easy at MyGatsby.com, simply upload a photo, personalize the text with a wide selection of fonts, styles and colors, and preview it online before purchasing.
“Whether you like classical, modern or fun, we have a style for you,” said Lee. “A picture speaks a thousand words, so let your guest know how excited you are about your upcoming wedding by sending them a photo save the date card.”
Save the date cards have become a standard courtesy to send prior to wedding invitations, especially for ceremonies scheduled during the summer or around holidays. Generally it is best to mail save the date cards around six months prior to the wedding.