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Save the Date cards - a must have for today’s busy family schedules

Earlier today PhotoAffections.com {the leading online photo greeting card company} was here to share with us RSVP etiquette tips and now I'd like to welcome them back as they share more great tips with us - this time for Save the Date Cards.shown above: Newlyweds, Victory, Joy, Mahogany

Save the Date Card Tips (from PhotoAffections.com)

1. Create a Save the Date card to announce to guests your future wedding date. This will enable them to mark the date on their calendar and not make other plans for that day.

2. Save the Date Cards are A MUST if you have guests who are traveling or your event is scheduled on a holiday.

3. Send the cards at least 4 - 6 months in advance of the wedding date.

4. List your wedding website address on the card, if you have one established.

5. It is not necessary to send everyone a save the date card. You may reserve the cards for special family members/friends you really want in attendance. However, each person whom is sent a card must be sent an invitation.

Thank you PhotoAffections.com for joining my readers today and sharing your lovely designs with us as well as your terrific tips for RSVP Etiquette and Save the Date Cards. To see all of the available designs for Wedding Announcements, please visit PhotoAffections.com.