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Things to Remember While Sending Save The Dates

Wedding season won’t be the same this year due to COVID-19. Last year, many weddings were cancelled and all are expected to be scheduled for this wedding season. With a hectic season ahead this year, be it a big fat Indian Wedding or just a small gathering, everyone is looking forward to going a bit different yet classy while inviting people for their D-day.

To help the couples and family ease out their wedding planning, we have sorted out the important stuff that one should remember while sending their Save The Dates.

DON’T FORGET THE BASICS

Your Save-The-Date card is the first impression that you leave on your invitees. It is supposed to be the best thing out of all the things you are planning for the wedding. Your Save the date card is a simple and a classy layout of your big day with a hint of what the guests can expect at your wedding.

1. Put in the Important details

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Let no question be left unanswered. Let the person receiving the wedding card know every basic detail like name of the couple, event date, etc. To make it different, you can choose a theme of the card, be it digital or a hard copy. Through the theme, you can let the invitees know what would be the theme, cultural set up or colour combination of the big day so that they can get their clothes ready accordingly.

2. When To Send The “Save the Date

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COVID-19 has not gone yet but now people don’t want to wait more. Adding the last year pending weddings and those planning this year; there will be packed dates and hence it is advisable to circulate your card soon.

This will not just let your guests finalize and send their confirmation, but you can plan the venue and food accordingly. The guests can also (if it is a destination wedding) book tickets and manage time and office work accordingly. Save the Date will also help other couples and families to not keep it on the same date if they are also one of the invitees and the guest list would be sort of the same.

3. Save the Date and the Final Invite

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It depends on you as to how you want to go with the wedding invite. You can sit with designer Puneet Gupta to add unique and elegant streaks to your wedding invitations.

If you want to keep it a surprise and leave people half-way to think of how it would be on your wedding, you can just opt for a simple and classy Save The Date card. Let them know that the final invitation will be sent soon. Create a mysterious surprise by revealing the theme and setting of the big day only in your wedding invitation.

4. Send Only To Those Are Close

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It is very important to plan a very compact list of invitees who you are surely going to invite. Make sure you only send the Save to Date card to them. This is just Step 1 of entering the main day and for you to manage your wedding finances better.

Booking the venue and catering is a big expense. It can escalate your expenses majorly which can lead to cutting down on a few of the not so important people from your guest list. So, why take the risk? Let only your closed one be known that you are getting married soon and send them the Save The Date invite so you can start with your wedding preparations.

Planning a wedding is both exciting and hectic. Unlike earlier times, couples today are busy in their work life and get little or no time to plan the wedding. For them, we are always here to discuss and plan your D-day with a lot more creativity and ideas.

Just let us know your expectation and the budget and then it is on us to bring out the best from your expectations. For wedding invitation related discussion, visit: https://www.puneetguptainvitations.in/customer-care/

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