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Save the Date

Submitted by on January 19, 2011 – 8:45 am | 363 views

Anyone who is married or getting married knows the countless details that have to be taken care of before the big day. From the wedding dress, to the venue, and everything in between. Many couples want their wedding to stand out from all the others. They try to accomplish this in a variety of ways. Many times it is successful and memorable, and other times can be considered silly or tacky. When I was getting married about seven years ago, I too wanted my wedding to be different. I racked my brain for things that I might do to have my wedding stand above the rest. When all was said and done, I ended up spending quite a bit of money on what I considered different and unique. Sad to say the most memorable aspect of my wedding was also the cheapest. What I did was the day of my bridal shower I passed out a wedding save the date card. A pretty card that my guests could keep in their wallet or put on their refrigerator to save the date. It was an automatic hit! After my wedding many brides to be approached me on where they could get a wedding save the date card. Actually as I told them, they were quite inexpensive and easy to obtain. My secret was I made them myself on my home computer. I am sure you can also go to a printing shop and have them do it for you as well. Either way, they were sweet, pretty, and memorable. If a wedding save the date card is not for you, feel free to try a different idea. Just remember as I learned it doesn’t have to break the bank to be successful.

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