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Save the date cards for your wedding and engagements
As we told you last week, Vince Vaughn is, for now, keeping schtum about his wedding plans. The Hollywood star hasn’t confirmed his engagement to the press and any wedding plans are still up in the air. Now, I suppose you can understand why he would do that, in order to avoid the press turning up at the ceremony and stop any unapproved photos flying online. However, unless you’re a Hollywood star (you can but dream) you probably really really want to tell everyone about your wedding! So how can you go about it?
Zankyou provides with the opportunity to set up your very own wedding webpage – a great way to tell everyone your big news (just ask Audrey Hepburn!). This is especially useful for telling people you don’t see very often and much quicker than a card through the post.
Once you have your venue planned, you can update your webpage in order to keep your guests up to scratch with your plans.
are also a good solution and custom-made are a popular choice nowadays – that way, your guests can be reminded of your big day every time they reach for the orange juice.
An announcement in the local press is perhaps the most traditional way of getting your message out; a more modern approach would be to announce it through your Facebook status.
And if you’re looking for inspiration for something original, however, just take a look at Ryan Masuga Wedding Invitations and the Casablanca-inspired Save the Date cards he prepared for his own wedding.