Make Sure They All Attend

Your wedding is such a glorious, special day.  Not only for the bride and groom, but for all of the friends and family that make the event so memorable.  Imagine opening a response card from one of your closest friends or family member, only to find the RSVP is a “no”.  Most likely, the inability to attend your special event would be due to a previously scheduled commitment.  How can you avoid something like this for your special day?

The best way to prevent this from happening is to send save the date cards well in advance of the occasion.  David’s Bridal has every kind of save the date card imaginable, and they can easily be ordered online and shipped to you for prompt mailing to your guests.  Whether you are having a wedding on the beach, a country affair, or an elegant evening event, David’s Bridal can accomodate you order for both save the date cards and the actual wedding invitations.

Save the date cards do not need to be as formal as one would generally choose for a wedding invitation.  They can be fun yet personal, and scripted however you like.  On the other hand, David’s Bridal carries enough of a selection that you can customize your cards to be similar to the wedding invitations and other stationery you will eventually order, if your preference is to match.

Many people will consider the save the date cards an extravagant splurge, but at David’s Bridal this is just not the case.  Consider what this customer had to say about her shopping experience: 

“I just got these in the mail and I was going to spend $400 and I only spent $100.  They were my wedding colors and they look expensive.  I love them!!”

Wouldn’t it be great to have a similar experience? Make sure to order and send save the dates early (6-10 months before the wedding) to ensure that your beloved guests will all be there to attend your most important day.

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