Wording for Save the Date Cards - Examples

Save the date cards can be as formal or informal as you like. As long as the cards detail the names of the bride and groom, location of the wedding and the date of marriage this is sufficient information for your guests at this present time. The only other words you need to include are 'formal invitation to follow'. This communicates to your guests the stationery they have just received is not the formal invitation, there is more to follow. Below are some examples of wording for save the date cards so have a read and choose the style which suits you the best!

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Save the Date Cards Wording

Emma Bourke and William Johnson
are delighted to announce they will be getting married on

SATURDAY 18TH FEBRUARY 2012
 
at Dublin Castle
 
Please Save the Date
   Formal Invitation to Follow
Please Save the Date
Saturday 18th February 2012
for the marriage of
 
Emma Bourke and William Johnson

To be held at Dublin Castle
Invitation to Follow
   
 
Please Save the Date of
Saturday 18th February 2012
for
The Wedding Celebration
of
Emma Bourke
and
William Johnson
at
Dublin Castle
Invitation to Follow

 
Save the Date
Saturday 18th February 2012
for the wedding of
 
Emma Bourke
&
William Johnson
 
Dublin Castle
Formal Invitation to Follow
   
 

18.02.2012

Save the Date

Emma Bourke & William Johnson are getting married
February 18, 2012  Dublin Castle
 
Regardless of what the weather chooses to do
SATURDAY 18TH FEBRUARY, 2012

will be a glorious sunny day in Dublin ... 
We hope you'll save the date, so you can join
 
Emma Bourke
&
William Johnson
 
for their wedding

Details to follow, in the meantime think sunny thoughts