Caricature Wedding Save-the-Dates & Invitations
Our caricature save-the-dates & invitations tell people loud and clear that your wedding will be one to remember! Order our high resolution digital artwork and get your printing done elsewhere or you can take advantage of our awesome printing prices for cards & magnets. All artwork provided is 4.2"x5.5" at 350 dpi. If you need a different size, please contact us.
Two packages to fit any price point:
- Drawn from the ground up based on your photos & description. Need another size? Contact us
- Online proof
- High resolution digital file
- Optional card printing/env.
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Wedding Save the Date Etiquette
He popped the question, the ring is on your finger, and the date and location have been set, now what?
Time to tell the world!
Your first step will be to determine your guest list and send out your Save the Dates. A Save the Date announces to all your family and friends the date of your big day and asks them to keep that day open specially for you. This can be very useful for guests that will need to travel long distances to attend the wedding and are especially important if you are having a destination wedding. Giving early notice to all who plan to attend gives them the opportunity to request vacation from their employer, allows time to make travel arrangements and can save them a substantial amount of money by letting them make their reservations early.
Here are a few tips for sending out your Save the Dates:
- As a general rule Save the Dates should be mailed out 6 months before your wedding date and as early as 12-15 months in advance if you have many guests traveling from out of town.
- Be sure to include both the bride and groom's names and the wedding date and location on your Save the Date. Also make sure to add any other information you feel will assist your guests in making their plans (local hotels, car rental info, special events, group discount codes, etc.)
- It's best to be clear about who is invited to the wedding (plus ones and family needs to be addressed on the cards.) Being up front about who is invited will give guests time to figure out arrangements for their children if the occasion is "adults-only".
- You will also want to include the wording "invitation to follow" or something similar so that your guests will know that an official wedding invitation will be mailed to them at a later date.
A Save the Date is not meant to be a formal wedding invitation, invitations will be sent out at a later date. The purpose is simply to let your family and friends know the actual date and location of the wedding so they can plan ahead. Some of the more common Save the Dates items are postcards or magnets; many will add a picture and/or provide details that are sure to add that personal touch. There are many styles to choose from but keep in mind that this will be the first thing people see in regards to the style of your wedding so you may want to make them fun, personal and uniquely "you!"