Lots of couples choose to get married on holiday because it means a lot to them.The fourth of July, memorial day, New Year's eve and Christmas are all popular "I do" holidays.No wonder the bride and groom want their wedding to coincide with the holidays.
Getting married on the fourth of July means setting off fireworks to end your big day.Memorial day gives you and your guests an extra day to relax.New Year's day has lots of sparkling midnight, and a fun celebration that just had so romantic and whimsical vibe as Christmas.
Why should I send out Holiday Save the date cards?
It is essential to inform your guests of your big day before sending out wedding invitations.Holiday save the dates should be sent 6 to 8 months in advance.In this way,it gives your guests plenty of time to plan their three-day weekend.Many people plan ahead for these important holidays, so you want to catch them before they make any big changes to the calendar.Then what should we do when send out save the dates?
Include any special information
On your holiday save the dates,it is important to include the date of your nuptials, the names of you and your spouse-to-be, and the location of the event.
Add your wedding website
If you and your fiance have created a wedding website for your nuptials, print the URL on your save the dates so that your loved ones can head to the site for additional information they may need.
How do you mail out save the dates?
In most cases, your save the date postcards will only include one piece, meaning it'll weigh at or under the standard amount (1 ounce) and only require one stamp. To avoid any being sent back, send them from your local post office, especially if they're a custom shape.
Save the Dates from Clear Wedding Invites
Your first step is to send a save-the-date card (aka the pre-invitation that officially announces your wedding date and lets your guests know they should clear their calendars).