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Save the Date Cards: Styles for Elegant Weddings
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By: Chris Martin Email Article
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For your upcoming wedding, there are countless details to attend to. You must make sure that every aspect of the wedding dress is aesthetically-pleasing. You have to fuss over the accents on each layer of the wedding cake. And you need to construct the flower arrangements so they brighten the church in the most dazzling way possible. So since you are devoting all of your energy to making your wedding day as elegant as possible, why should you settle for anything less with your save-the-date cards?

Here are several choices of save-the-date cards for elegant weddings:

Simple

The bride’s and groom’s names and the numerically abbreviated date are splashed across the middle third of the card. In smaller font, "Please save the date for the wedding of" is printed at the top, while the location of the ceremony is shown at the bottom.

Branch of Love

The names of the bride and groom are printed at the bottom of the card, just below and to the right of a branch which is home to two birds in black silhouette. At the top of the card, the words "Please Save the Date" are written in graceful script, and the full date and wedding location are printed below it.

Love Me

This card is inspired by gorgeous Queen’s Lace botanicals. Inside a frame of solid double lines, a group of flowers stands to the left of the event information. "Save the Date" is scrolled above the printed full date, city, and state; while the honorees’ names are shown in block print at the bottom of the card. All information is written in capital letters.

Duo Hearts

"Please Save the Date" is printed near the top of this vertically-formatted card, and "We’re Getting Married" and the full date are listed below it in smaller type. Two red, whimsical, intertwined hearts dance below the date, and the location is printed below them. The bride’s and groom’s names are shown at the bottom of the card. All information is written in capital letters.

Hearts in Line

On this vertically-formatted card, a row of five small red hearts divides the top fourth of the card from the rest of the information. "Save the Date" and the full date are printed above the row of hearts. The location is shown in the middle, and the participant’s names are at the bottom just above the numerically abbreviated date in slightly larger font. All information is written in capital letters.

Twin Hearts Two red hearts connected by a curly strand highlight the top of this vertically-formatted card. Underneath the hearts, "Please save the date for the wedding of" is printed in block letters, and the names of the bride and groom and the numerically abbreviated date are scripted in larger font in the middle of the card. The location is printed at the bottom in smaller type.

Double Hearts

This sweet and playful card is vertically divided into two halves. On the left, a beautifully-scripted pink "Save the Date" floats above two stylish light pink hearts. The right side of the card features a slightly darker background made up of six vertical rose-colored bands. "Please save the date for the wedding of" in block script sits above the participants’ names, which are written in a larger font. The full date and location are shown in smaller print below the names.

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Chris Martin is a freelance writer who writes about weddings and save the date cards .

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