Y’all, David and I have been married for almost 6 years now. Sometimes it’s hard for me to believe how long ago it was, and other days it feels like it was just yesterday. We’re excited to be the guests at three weddings this spring, and while I loved our wedding stationery suite, I have been impressed with how far online options have come in those 6 years, especially save the date templates! Today, I’m sharing 5 tips for choosing the right save the date template from Basic Invite!
Navigating Save the Date Templates: 5 Tips for Choosing the Right Option
Decide on your Favorite Style from all the Save the Date Templates
In my opinion, this was my favorite, and the most daunting, part of the process! Deciding on a the style that best meets your taste from all of the save the date templates really sets the tone for your wedding. While David and I opted for save the dates with a couple of photos (love this option!) from our engagement photo session, I absolutely love this option with the skyline! I love a classic save the date option as well. There are so many beautiful choices to pick from, and I love that there is a chat option to discuss with a designer as well!
I have always enjoyed getting save the dates that are functional! Magnet save the date cards are always a good option, but I also love the more modern version of save the date postcards as well! Other considerations to consider are including gold foil, shapes, material, and addressing options. All of these available features can elevate your save the date even more!
Compare Stationery Sets
While I adore certain designs for the save the dates, it is important to consider the whole wedding stationery set and how it flows. And, of course, there is always the option to order save the dates from one wedding set and then the wedding invitations and other related items from a different one.
Pick your colors
Basic Invite has over 160 custom colors in its palette to help create the perfect save the date card for your wedding! This really helps personalize the details for these invitations to make them feel even more unique to your wedding.
Finalize with the Designer
The fact that there is a live chat option to discuss the designs with a designer and instant previews make this a breeze! You’re sure to get the perfect save the date cards through this process!
If you’re in the market for save the date cards, definitely check out Basic Invite for your options! I ordered engagement party invitations from here for my cousin’s upcoming wedding.
This post is sponsored by Basic Invite. As always, all opinions are my own.
What’s you’re favorite Save the Date template? Let me know in a comment below!