Instead of designing an invitation card and everything else for your wedding, Save the Date templates can save a great deal of your time.
Nowadays, invitation cards are still pretty much the standard if you want to ask people to attend an event or celebration such as a wedding. It has a touch of formality and appeal of a sincere personal request. In order for the guests to be informed of the wedding date way ahead of time, Save the Date cards have come into use. They are basically a notice stating the date of the occasion, requesting the recipients who wish to attend to keep that date free. Usually, they are sent out at least six to twelve months before the day of the wedding, and they are often followed by formal wedding invitation. That way, you have a greater chance of having your important guests grace the momentous occasion of your life.
As much as you want to hand out invitations that creates an impact to your prospective guests, other aspects of wedding preparation can be demanding. Luckily, creating Save the Date cards need not have to be complicated as there are templates that you can download from the web. You can simply edit or fill in the necessary data of these templates using a graphic software and you are good to go. We are sharing with you some of these resources in this post to make your search easier and faster. All of these are premium items but they are actually worth the buck you spare. If you can find free Save the Date templates around, please feel free to share them in the comment section below. A well-designed, gorgeous and fully layered, easy to edit, free PSD file for a Save the Date card is always a welcome addition.
For the less technically inclined however, websites like Weddingchicks and Evite offer a printable “fill-in-the-data” solution for free. You can create card using those website in a breeze. For those you want to greater degree of control and sophistication, we are rounding up these templates. If you one of them, check these out and enjoy!
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Retro Save The Date
The Retro Save the Date is print ready at 300dpi CMYK. It measures 7”x5” and includes a 1/8” bleed on all sides. The file makes use of three free, downloadable fonts: acknowledgement, dancing script, and muncie. The recycled brown paper texture is also included as a high res jpg. The postcard comes in five colors, all included as an ai file for versions of Illustrator CS3 or higher. The teal version also comes as an eps for CS3 or higher.
This Save the Date Wedding template is inspired after a stamp air mail. It features 4.5×6.18in+ 0.25in bleed at 300DPI CMYI Print Ready. You will get a ‘Stamp Creator’ file , use it to make your own realistic STAMP!
This template comes in 3 .psd files – front side, back side with swans and back side without swan. You can change background, edit or delete the text etc. Well structured layers will help you save your time.
This Save The Date Postcard comes with 2, layered .psd files (font & back). Guides and .25 in bleed are included. It features full color, CMYK, 300DPI .PSD at 4X6 inches. Just change the text, save as a .jpgs and you’re done!
This modern wedding invitation and save the date pack is perfect for any DIY couple looking to show their unique personality! Each invitation and save the date color has its own PSD file. Layers are carefully organized and labeled for easy customization.
Set of Wedding Invitations size 7’’ x 8’’ and Save the Date Card size 5’’ x 3.5’’.
1/8” bleed included on all sides, print ready at CMYK 300 dpi and used fonts Kaushan Script and Caviar Dreams. Files included are AI CS, EPS 10, PSD and high resolution JPG.