4 Printable DIY Save-The-Date Templates

Your save-the-dates are the first element of your wedding that guests see. Make it something guests will want to put on their fridge with our easy, printable DIY templates. Another great thing about our templates? They’re postcard size so no envelopes required! Here’s how it works:

DIY Save-The-Dates // Featured: The Knot Blog

Save-The-Date templates (download here)
Rubber Stamp ($21, SimonStamp)
8 1/2″ x 11″ paper (Paper-Source or your local paper store)


1. Choose your template from the designs below. (Design tip: match your save the date with one of our free wedding websites)
2. Order a custom stamp with your personal information.
3. Download the .pdf that corresponds to the month of your wedding here. Print on a laser jet printer and cut to 4″ x 6″ size.
4. Use the customized rubber stamp to add your personal info and then circle your wedding date with a marker.

White Chalk Save-The-Date Template


Match your free wedding website to your DIY save-the-date!

The Happy Couple Save-The-Date


Match your free wedding website to your DIY save-the-date!

Haute Heraldry Save-The-Date


Match your free wedding website to your DIY save-the-date!

Gold Flourish Save-The-Date


Match your free wedding website to your DIY save-the-date!

See more save-the-date ideas!

> Q&A: Save-The-Dates Etiquette

> Top 10 Tips and Trends for Save-the-Dates

> 9 Unique Save-The-Date Ideas

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