How Do You Word A Save-The-Date Envelope?
Save-the-date cards are commonly sent in advance of formal invitations for weddings and other large functions. They enable guests to plan around the event months in advance to ensure they can attend. The cards are generally used when a large number of out-of-town guests are expected, or when the wedding is a destination wedding. Save-the-date cards are sent to all guests—even if they have said that they plan on attending the event. Word save-the-date envelopes using the proper etiquette, and remember to keep them simple and to the point. Send save-the-date announcements in colorful, unique envelopes. Handwrite all the envelopes and do not use address labels. Print directly onto the envelopes only if an elegant font matching the invitations is used. Spell all of your guests’ names correctly. If you are unsure of the spelling a name, look it up. Call a close friend or family member to verify the spelling. Use informal wording on the envelopes. The website Artistic Addressing suggests s