Save the Date Templates

Make the first element your guests see something personal and handmade. Plus, save-the-dates are one of the easier (and fun!) DIY projects.
by Sarah Newell

You'll Need:

Rubber Stamp ($21, SimonStamp.com)
marker
8 1/2" x 11" paper (Paper-Source.com or your local paper store)

How-To:

1. Download one of our calendar templates. (Consider matching your save-the-dates to your wedding website design!)

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"Haute Heraldry" Template:
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2. Print on a laser jet printer and cut to 4" x 6" size.
3. Use the customized rubber stamp to add your personal info and then circle your wedding date.

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