These exquisite copper and watercolour flower save the dates are a lovely way to ask your loved ones to the save the date for your wedding.
A beautiful bough of peonies and other delicate florals has been designed to adorn your Save the Date card with stunning tones of peach-pink and dusky blue. This sets off the lovely copper tones the “Save the Date” announcement is printed in. Printed on a soft uncoated cardstock reminiscent of watercolour paper, in keeping with the delicate feel of the watercoloured flowers that border the card.
Once you submit your order, you’ll receive an email with an electronic form to complete your Save the Date wording. You can find out more information about the design and order process here.
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Save the Date Invitations: Frequently Asked Questions
I like this design but my wedding colours are different, can I change the colours?
In short: Yes!
There is a lot of flexibility for changing the printed colours of the Save the Dates, as they are digitally printed. There is no extra charge for this, however you may wish to purchase a printed proof, so you can check the colours are exactly what you want before we print the whole set.
You can also opt to change the mailing envelopes to complement your colour scheme. White envelopes are included at no charge, or you can upgrade to one of our coloured envelopes.
What’s the turnaround time for my personalised Save the Dates?
The entire process from design to revisions, printing and posting your wedding invites takes only around two weeks. That means our design team will be working on your mock-up invite shortly after you order. You can expect to receive your digital mock-up within a couple of days, to let you check it before we have your invites printed.
Do we have to send Wedding Invitations if we send Save the Dates?
Yes! A Save the Date is an indication you’re invited, but it’s not THE invite. Save the Date Cards don’t include much detail because quite often you haven’t narrowed down all the finer detail when you’re that far out.