Over the past couple of months we, along with many of our fellow vendors have had to adjust and along without couples postpone our services to new dates. Many of our amazing brides have chatted with us in regard to now that I changed my date, what’s next? Our best advice was to let all vendors know and solidify a new date. The next step was to send out a new announcement, a new save the date wedding invitation. Let your guests know that although a wedding party will take place this year, you are all ready to celebrate with them on your new date. Trust us, we along with your family and friends, can not wait to celebrate with you!
We absolutely love Basic Invite for their amazing designs and for any DIY bride who wishes to designs her cards. With Covid-19 we all have to readjust our budgets and their free wedding websites that are completely customizable are the perfect way to share a new date or an announcement of your wedding date.
So whether you are newly engaged or sending out new date announcements we love Basic Invite’s save the date magnet and their post card save the dates. Magnets are the perfect reminders, especially when postponing your wedding date. Postcards are the perfect announcement for newly engaged or if you prefer the classic route.
Our number one advice, make use of their custom samples. Order a sample of your save the date or invitation to get to know your preferred paper type, font, and colors. It’s the perfect way to approve a physical proof and share it with your parents or maid of honor if you wish to get an opinion on your design.
Our number two advice is to make use of their free address collection service. Simply share a custom link with your guests or parents via social media or email and let them add their own addresses. How amazing is this? Save time creating excel sheets and making sure you didn’t forget anyone. You can also use this for you wedding invites. You will also get free envelope printing.