Destination Save The Dates

Friday, July 26, 2013

Luggage tag save the date

Looking for the perfect save the dates for your destination wedding? There are different ways to go when it comes to design, but we definitely like the ones that bring your guests a little fun! This luggage tag motif for a Caribbean save the date will get your guests in the mood for a little bit of travel. Save the dates are the first formal introductions to your guests and in the case of destination wedding, may carry some very important information they will need to plan.

Turks and Caicos savet the date

You can also bring in a historical feel to your save the dates, like these great Roman tablet save the dates for your Italy wedding.

Rome letterpress save the dates

Who doesn’t love a good map? These map save the dates both modern and vintage set the scene for your location, like this Africa save the date for a wedding in Ghana.

Africa save the date

A vintage California map is the feature of these great Santa Barbara save the dates.

Santa Barbara save the date

Both Rose and Digby absolutely love Paradise Island, so it was with great jealousy that we prepared these Bahamas save the dates.

Bahamas save the date
Paradise Island design by Spark

Destination save the date

If you’re having a summer wedding in Cape Cod be sure to send out your save the dates well in advance, those hotel rooms book up!

Cape Cod save the date

You can also go classic with your destination, like these stunning gold foil script save the dates for an elegant wedding in Las Vegas.

Las Vegas save the date

When it comes to custom save the dates, our goal is to make them special and meaningful for you. These great quilt save the dates were designed to combine the location feel of Amish country, and the groom’s Persian heritage.

Quilt save the dates

When should you send your destination save the dates? Get them out early! Your guests will need time to book their flights and plan their vacation, so if you want them to be at your special day give them enough time to plan. We recommend eight months in advance for international wedding locations, or more depending on how hard it is to book accommodations at your venue.

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