While not everyone chooses to send out quinceanera save the dates, there are many advantages to using them. They allow your guests a sneak peek at your event and a little reminder to make sure they don’t schedule anything else on your date. Your save the dates don’t need to be the same old card that everyone else uses!
There are so many different types that you can order or make yourself. If you are considering sending save the dates for your event, take a look through the unique ones we have found below.
A simple, but a classy twist on a normal save the date. You can choose a shape that matches your party theme or means something special to you.
Magnets seem to be one of the only save the dates that we hang onto well after the event is over! We love the convenience of these because your guests can always refer back to their refrigerator to find your event information.
Printing your own save the dates? Consider a DIY magnet project
How fun! Get your guests’ attention with a pop-up invitation! You can order these online or even make your own!
Using postcards as your save the dates might save you a little bit of money, as you won’t need envelopes and they tend to be less expensive to print.
Making sure your guests know the date is the whole point, right? There might not be anything more fitting than using a calendar to remind them.
We love playful, silly wording on save the dates. Save the serious stuff for the invites and have a little fun with these.
Who doesn’t love shiny things? These save-the-dates are made with real foil, making them sure to catch your eye!
For a cheaper, DIY version, you can purchase foil stickers to use on your save the dates!
An awesome way to give your guests a teaser of your coming event is to include your theme on your save the date.
Tell Your Story
We love the idea of including photos that tell a story in your save the date. If planning a wedding, you can use photos from significant moments in your relationship. For a Quinceanera, you can put photos of you growing up; perhaps a newborn photo, 5-year-old photo, 10-year-old photo, and then 15.