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You’re getting married and you’ve set the date. Share the excitement and important details with your family and friends right away. Getting your wedding date on their calendar early will ensure they can attend, especially for those who need to make travel plans.

There are so many ways to save the date these days. Choose something that fits your styles and personality as a couple. Here are our 5 favorites:

Beneath the Swirls Bard Red Photo Save the Date Magnet

1. Photo cards and photo magnets. Everyone loves a photo, which is why photo save the dates are #1 on our list.

 

2. Stickers for the calendar! Whether you choose a save the date that includes a sticker or add a sticker yourself, guests will appreciate this cute, thoughtful idea.

 

Hearts and Flourishes Lipstick Save the Date Postcard

3. Postcard save the dates. They’re simple, fun and economical because you save money on postage.

 

4. Save the date video. Create a video starring you, the happy couple, encouraging guests to save the date. Then post it on Facebook or YouTube and share with everyone.

Passport Save the Date Card

5. Themed save the dates. Choose a save the date that matches your wedding theme or location. You can find some great stuff nowadays, from paper airplanes to passports.

You’ll never forget your wedding day — send save the dates that make sure no one does!

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