Blank, Printable Save the Date Cards

by Raki Wright | Last Updated November 4, 2008

Burris Computer Forms announces blank, printable save the date cards, which users can design and print, with any customized message.

Individuals and organizations use printable save the date cards. A save the date card is a notice announcing a wedding date or other formal event. Generally, the card includes the scheduled event date to request that attendees keep that date open. Traditionally, save the date cards are distributed at least six months before the event date, and are typically followed by a more formal invitation. Save the date cards are also used by companies to announce formal events, such as grand opening ceremonies.

Users can design and print the blank forms with any message using many different software programs (including Microsoft® Word & Microsoft® Publisher) on a copier, inkjet, or laser printer. The blank forms can be used for several different occasions throughout the year.

The blank forms are available on 8 ½ x 11 sheets perforated twice, for easy separating, yielding four save the date cards per page. Users can print four cards simultaneously, which saves time over printing them individually. Colors include White (eight grades), Baby Blue, Classy Cream, Cool Gray, Key Lime, Rose Wine, Sockeye Salmon, Wild Canary, Goldenrod, Popping Pink, Sonic Green, Tangerine, and Sun Shine. The advantages of printing in-house include fast turnaround, low cost, control of the project, and ability to print a few, or thousands, quickly and cost-effectively. Larger save the date cards are also available.