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As you settle on a date for the big day it all seems more official, and now the real planning can begin. It’s time to let the world know you are about to tie the knot.

Save the Dates are a great way to announce your wedding. Typically they are sent out six months to one year before the big day. Save the Dates are especially helpful to guests if the wedding day falls over a holiday weekend. As far as style, the possibilities today are endless!

Whether choosing a magnet or a postcard, a little thought and creativity can bring some amazing results to your Save the Dates.  A card designed to look like a concert ticket, an old style postcard, or a vintage newspaper announcement are a few ideas for creating a unique introduction for your wedding. Or using a modern design with a bicycle for two, kissing birds, or a classy calendar with your dates circled can give you a fun and playful approach to spreading the word about your wedding day.

Incorporating the theme of your wedding into these pre-invitation reminders can help to carry over a consistent look and feel to into your entire wedding.

Ultimately, allowing your personality to shine in the printed elements you send to your guests helps set the stage for your wedding day as a festive celebration of a new life together.



This post was written by our invitation experts : the talented Ty and Lindsay at Song 3:4! Song 3:4 wedding invitations creates artistically custom wedding invitations and stationery in Fargo, N.D. Here’s a quick Q+A with Lindsay and Ty ::

How long have you been in business?
We started our business in February of 2007 when we designed invitations for some of our friends. At that point we fell in love with creating unique wedding stationery.

Who is your ideal client?
Our ideal client is the couple looking for a whole lot of creativity added into their entire wedding … the type of couple ready and willing to push the boundaries of what wedding stationery “should” look like.

What is your favorite part of your job?
The favorite part of our job is getting to know couples and learn about their lives so that we can create a cohesive and creative design for their wedding.

Did you go to school for your job or are you self-taught?
Song 3:4 is a team effort between Ty and Lindsay Hagerott. Lindsay is self taught in the industry and Ty attended North Dakota State University for Mass Communications. However, everyday we strive to learn a little bit more and stretch ourselves creatively.

Check out the Song 3:4 website here to see more of their creative Save-the-Dates and wedding invitations.

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