When it comes to postponing your wedding, you’ll want to ensure that this is well communicated to all your guests. If you have an extensive guest list, it may be easier to let them know with a simple message that conveys the date change. This can be through a cute photo on your wedding website, or invitations that look equally as good as the wedding save the dates you sent previously. We’ve rounded up a few change the date options we think are an elegant way to communicate to guests that you’ll be switching to a new wedding date. These change the dates do a wonderful job of setting the tone for your future celebration.
This change the date card by Swell Press is super fun and modern.
The word “postponed” in big letters lets your guests know right away what the change the date is pertaining to—you can find this one from Minted.
A photo is a unique way to indicate the change in date—plus, it’s great for easily posting on all social media platforms as well. We love this shoot by Heather Flocarri.
Personalize your change the date with a photo from your engagement shoot, like this invitation from Paperless Post allows you to.
We love this elegant design from Laura Damiano Designs.
“Hold up” is a cheeky phrase we love that’s more of an informal way to indicate a change in date to your guests—this one from The Knot Invitations allows you to include your photo.
We love the venue illustration on this change the date from R. Raye Events.
How modern and chic is this amazing change the date design from Minted!?
We’re always on board with incorporating a monogram into your invitations, and we think it looks amazing on this change the date suite from C. Creative Co.