How to write Save The Date wording

Save the date card is a notice stating the date of a wedding. It is generally sent out at about six to eight month before the wedding date. It is very important because it gives your guests the very first impression about your wedding.

Your wording should be based on the formality of your wedding. If your wedding is a formal one, the save the date wording should be formal, if your wedding is a casual one, you may select a less formal but funny wording for your save the date.

Here we collect some save the date templates for you. May it help you find the right wording for your save the date cards.

Formal 1
Save the Date!
Jennifer Lynn Powers
and
Robert Allen Everson
Are getting married.
July 3rd, 2011
Invitation to follow

Informal 2
Please Save the Date
for the wedding of
Jennifer Lynn Powers
and
Robert Allen Everson
July 3rd, 2011

Informal 1
Boy met GirlĄ­
For the rest of the story
Please join us
July 3rd, 2011
For the wedding of
Jennifer Lynn Powers
and
Robert Allen Everson
Invitation to follow

Informal 2
Our day is fast approaching,
And we can hardly wait!
We hope that you can join us.
Be sure to save the date!
Jennifer & Robert
Will be married on
July 3rd, 2011
Invitation to follow

The basic information that you should put on your save the dates:
1) the bride's and Groom's names
2) the exact wedding date