Save the Date CD

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Save the Date CD

Save the Dates should be as unique and memorable as you! After all, it’s the first thing your guests will receive in the mail about your wedding. Set the tone by sending something that fits you and your partner’s personality.

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If you’re on the musical side, consider sending a CD! Sending a Save the Date CD is not only unique, but also functional. You can fill it with your favorite tunes or with songs that describe you and your partner’s relationship.

We recommend sending Save the Dates at least 6 months in advance before the wedding date. This allows guests to secure travel plans and take the time off if necessary. Be sure to add any available information that will be helpful to your guests. This can include your wedding website, if you’re allowing a plus-one, etc.

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What you need:

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Instructions:

  1. Gather your supplies and order your labels.
    We love using Apothecary Neat because of it’s clean design and versatility. The CD design also allows you to pick two photos!
    Include two of your favorite engagement photos, your names, and of course the date of your big day. I used the Design Request form to ask for ‘Kate & James’ to be larger on a line by itself and for ‘December 12, 2017’ to be un-italicized.
  2. Cut off about an inch from the top of the large paper kraft bags.
  3. Slide the newly labeled cd inside the bag and fold the top over. Crease the fold well!
  4. Take your twine and wrap it around the center of the package twice. Tie it off with a square knot.
  5. Place your second label on top of the fold and the twine.
  6. If you’re looking to mail your CD, we recommend using a cushioned CD envelope or a white cardboard mailer.

*Disclaimer: please note that it’s copyright infringement to distribute music even if it’s purchased. You must have a license to distribute.

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Josephine Guicciardi is the nom de plume of our creative Evermine blogger. With romantic connections to Ludwig van Beethoven’s “Immortal Beloved” love letters, it is in keeping with the blog’s themes of love and joy. The great composer writes the famous words “ever thine, ever mine, ever ours” to a woman who remains a mystery to this day. Two of the most likely objects of his adoration are Josephine Brunsvik and Guilietta Guicciardi, and it’s from these two women that Josephine Guicciardi draws her persona.


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