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Letting your guests know about your special day and the intricate details is an exciting part of wedding planning! Our save the date cards will enable you to invite your guests in the style your day deserves.
Our save the date cards provide a unique but stylish way of keeping your big day at the front of the minds of your wedding guests. We have many different styles to choose from. It's a great idea to match your save the date cards with our wedding invite range, too.

Black and White Save the Date Cards

Black and white weddings are so stylish, whether you're going for a classic style or breaking tradition with modern styling. Whatever your theme, you deserve some equally beautiful save the date cards to match! We offer a range of black and white save the date cards in everything from vintage floral patterns to contemporary damask swirls. Take a look at our save the date stationery and find a design that suits you!

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    Black & Cream Roses Save the Date Cards
    £1.00
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    Amore Save The Date Cards
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    Damask Save The Date Cards
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How much do save the date cards cost?

Save the dates range in price from stationer to stationer. Here at Tree of Hearts, our gorgeous save the date cards start from just £1, with a range of designs that include popular styles, as well as sparkling foil cards.

Which name goes first on save the date cards?

Standard wedding etiquette states that ‘before the day’ stationery, such as save the date cards and wedding invitations should have the bride’s name before the groom’s. However, this is completely down to each individual couples’ preferences. You can put the names in any order that suits you!

Can I skip save the date cards?

Save the date cards are not necessary, but we would definitely recommend them. Skipping sending save the dates may mean that your guests don’t have enough time to fully plan their arrangements for your special day, whereas sending them will give them lots of time to prepare!

Do you send save the date cards to everyone?

You should send a save the date card to anyone that you want to attend your wedding, even people that you know will definitely be there. If you are unsure of whether you are going to invite someone, then we would recommend not to send one.