You've combed through the calendar and chosen a date. Now give guests a heads-up with amusing reminders you make yourself. Though you certainly don't need to send save-the-date cards, they're a fun way to get everyone excited, and they're especially helpful when many of your guests have to make travel arrangements or if accommodations near the ceremony site are limited (mail the notices about six months in advance).

Here, we offer a dozen whimsical versions, all of which can be crafted at home with simple supplies. Although it conveys some of the same information as a wedding invitation, save-the-date-card wording can be informal; just be sure to include a line indicating that an invitation and more details will follow. Many of our creations can be turned out in a few hours -- time well spent to ensure that your loved ones can be part of your celebration.

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Comments (7)

Anonymous
March 10, 2011
MGronewold did you find the image?? I
Anonymous
December 30, 2010
I need that image of the hand! Anyone know where I can find it?
Anonymous
May 2, 2008
It has been six months and the links are still broken!? That's a bit rediculous.
Anonymous
January 26, 2008
the links are irritating and the pictures are too small....don't make me become a Bridezilla!! j/k.
Anonymous
January 15, 2008
The fact that the links don't work has already been mentioned twice. If unable to repair, they should be removed from the site.
Anonymous
January 7, 2008
Yes, they don't work. Very annoying!
Anonymous
December 7, 2007
All of these links are broken!