Today, I got an amazing envelope in the mail. I received the “Save-the-Date” card from Alyson and Steve’s wedding that is going to be this year at the Spanish Hills Country Club in Ventura County. I LOVE IT!! Love the details of colors and crystals on the “Save-the-Date” card. I know that many of my clients utilize images from the engagement session for this purpuse. I did this engagement session last year at Dodger Stadium and it was a total Home-run!! 🙂 If you are wondering was its a “Save the Date” card here is a little explanation: A save the date notice is an item stating the date of a wedding or other formal event. It typically states the date when a couple plans to marry, so that recipients will know to keep that date free. Save the dates usually take the form of a card, but can also be a refrigerator magnet or similar item. They are generally sent out at least six to twelve months before the wedding date, and are usually followed by a formal wedding invitation. While save the date started as a wedding-related custom, it is now used by individuals, businesses, and organizations to announce the date of any formal event, ranging from wedding, anniversaries to grand opening ceremonies for office buildings.
Save the dates are growing wildly in popularity around the world… Love wikipedia! 🙂
This is the website where Alyson found the talented designer www.flowersandinvitations.com
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