Need help crafting the perfect wording for your Save the Dates? We're here with a free guide to putting together the save the date wording of your dreams with save the date wording templates and inspiration to suit any wedding style.
You’ve set a date!

What’s next? Save the Dates, of course! Not an expert on the ins-and-outs of save the date wording etiquette? Don’t stress, that’s where we can help! We’ve compiled a save the date wording guide covering a range of styles and tones, from formal to casual and a few in-between, to give you a head start!

Always make sure your Save the Dates include the following:

♥ Your names, exactly how you want them to be printed.
♥ Your wedding date.
♥ General wedding location.
♥ Invitation to follow line

Get your guests to Save Your Date in style!
With our free Save the Date wording templates and guide in a handy-dandy PDF you can download, you'll be able to whip up the perfect save the date wording. But here's a few little tips to help you along the way.

You don't need to go all out with your save the date wording.
Unlike your wedding invitation wording, your save the date cards just need date, general location, and of course the MVPs - you and your love - listed. You don't need to worry about putting times or venue addresses in there at all: just the bare necessities, those simple bare necessities. (And if you read that in Baloo from the Jungle Book's voice, 10 points!)

If you're having a destination wedding, include a few extra details if you can.
You don't need to write an essay, but a little bit of research on accommodation and popping your finds on the back of your Save the Date card will make a HUGE difference for your guests. All you need to do is give them the name of the place and contact details. This is especially helpful when your wedding is in peak travel season and you want to ensure your guests can make it.

This is also a great thing to do even if you're not having a destination wedding but have guests travelling to you from interstate or overseas. A few accommodation suggestions close to your venue and even mentioning the best taxi services in that area can make it so much easier for them to come and celebrate your wedding day with you.

Don't feel you have to use "Save the Date" if you don't want to.
With your save the date wording, you can use whatever feels right to you; it doesn't have to be just plain and simple Save the Date or Save our Date. Here's a few ideas from some of our beautiful couples:

♥ We call dibs! Join us to celebrate our wedding on (date)
♥ Pencil us in!
♥ Love is patient, and so are we - save this day for our wedding
♥ Here's your heads-up - you'll want to dust off your fancy pants on (date)
♥ Us, you, dancing shoes and I Do's - reserve (date) for our wedding!

Triple-check your details and wording!
It never hurts to get a second and third person to check your wording! You get so used to what you've written that your brain automatically scans the first and last letters of each word, so you may skip any tiny typos just because you've been looking at your wording for too long. So get friends or fam to do a check for you just to be safe.

And that's it! Quick, easy, and not as scary as it looks, right? Right! But as always, if you need a bit of a hand or some suggestions to spice up your save the date wording, just get in touch. We love to chat and we're always here to help!