Save The Date Ideas


Posted on 4th July 2018 by Emily
Filed under DIY Wedding Stationary Advice

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Many of our customers are professional wedding stationers, creating beautiful handmade wedding invitations, place holders and table plans for brides and grooms across the UK. One of the reason why our textured and pearlised white card is so popular!

Recently 'Save the Date' cards have become even more popular. This is usually because venues are so hard to get hold of and brides and grooms are forced to book the date months and months in advance.

A Save the Date card gives the couple a chance to organise everything else before they send out the final invitations. Save the Date cards are also a great idea if you are planning a destination wedding where lots of advanced warning is needed. We've put together some fun ideas for making your own Save the Date cards, you can have much more fun than with the invitation which has to have certain details on - all you need for a save the date is the date and your names - everyone will get the rest!

We'd love to see more of your work, so please leave us a link to your website so we can take a look, or post a picture over on our facebook wall. Do you often create Save the Date cards for your customers - do you find they usually want something a unique like these? Let us know what kind of commissions you have had or if you created save the dates for your own wedding.

If you regularly purchase paper and card from us and are buying in bulk for your business, you can apply for a trade account today and start enjoying these and more benefits from our trade discount! Don’t hesitate to get in touch with a member of our friendly team and we’ll be more than happy to answer any questions you may have related to our trade account or to any of our products.

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