Save the Date!

You’re engaged! Woohoo! The ring is on your finger, your date has been set, now what? — its time to get your guests in the loop with a super unique Save the Date announcement!

Why send a Save the Date, you ask?

These trendy little pre-invites not only tell guests when the wedding date is, and let them know they will, in fact, be invited to your celebration, but save the dates do so much more! They get your guests amped up for the big day! You’d be surprised how exciting it is to receive a Save the Date when you’re a guest. I mean, who doesn’t like getting adorable little unexpected gifts from your favourite people in the mail, right?!

Save the Dates are especially helpful when planning a wedding that takes place on a long weekend, a destination wedding, or inviting a lot of out-of-towners to your big day. Your guests will be grateful for the extra time you’ve provided them to book flights and arrange accommodations. This will also ensure they do not make other plans for that date, and have ample time to submit a request for time off from work!

Check out some of our lovely clients and their adorable custom Save-the-Date magnets! (available exclusively to the totally awesome clients of Nicole DeJoseph Photography)

Love them!? Their guests did, and yours will too!

Save-the-Date magnets are an instant classic… guests love to use, reuse, and keep these unique mementos up on their fridge for years! There’s no doubt they smile every time they look at them!

Nicole DeJoseph Photography is happy to offer custom designed Save-the-Date magnets, cards, bookmarks and much more! The options really are endless when it comes to creating unique photo gifts and announcements!

Contact me today to see how we can creatively announce your upcoming celebration!

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