With the unforeseen circumstances currently hitting across the U.S., many couples have to change their wedding date. We’ve scoured the Internet and found some great change the date templates/ideas for couples who need to postpone their wedding. Check them out below!
A great, and inexpensive, way to send out your change-the-date cards is to make your own! Canva allows you to create a custom template free of charge. You can download it and post online, or if you prefer printing them, you can utilize your local printing service.
2. Magnet Street
Magnet Street is offering a large variety of options for change-the-date cards here at a discounted price for a limited time.
This stationary website offers change-the-date invitations here. (Currently with additional discounts depending if you sign up for their email service.)
4. Brown Fox Creative
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If you are having to change your wedding or event date due to Coronavirus, please feel free to use these FREE change the date announcements to share with your family and friends to let me know there will be a date change! www.brownfoxcreative.com #saveevents #weddingdatechange #eventdatechange #postponed #postponedontcancel #wedding #savethedate #datechange #coronaviruspandemic #changethedate #changeourdate
This graphic design team located out of Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas is offering some beautiful templates for couples to use if they need to change their wedding date but may not know the date. You can screenshot the multiple graphics they’ve created in this Instagram post and add it to your wedding website or personal social-media accounts. Or if you’re looking for actual cards to send out with an official postponing date, the company has some available here!
5. Jes Married
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Hey friendors and brides ❤️⠀ ⠀ News is changing so fast every hour. Yesterday, when I created this, it was recommended that groups of 50 people should avoid each other, this included weddings. Today, the number is 10. TEN 😳 I am so so so devastated for upcoming brides who are now scrambling to reschedule. I want to encourage you to postpone as opposed to canceling! If you or your couples have been affected and are needing to postpone your wedding, I have created a FREE ✨CHANGE THE DATE✨ editable PDF they can download on my site! Two different wording options. Hope this can add a little positivity into everyone’s day 🥰 ⠀ ⠀ LINK IN BIO! Please share this post 💕 . . . . . #weddingpostponed #weddingcanceled #weddinginvitations #freetemplate #weddingplanners #communityovercompetition #communityovercompetiton #postponingmywedding #weddingplanning #weddingstationer #etsywedding #bridesonabudget #diybride #bbgbride #isaidyestothedress #weddingvenues #datechange #budgetbride #budgetsavvybride #postponedwedding #postponed #newweddingdaye #newdate
Jes is an artist who specializes in all-things wedding related from invitations to menu designs. She is offering free templates for custom change-the-dates to download here. Using this template, you can input your names and then download and send to your local print service.
A classic no-fail option for anything wedding related. There are endless options on Etsy. Some of our favorites are Magnolia Papers and Co. (example shown above), Hey Lovely Co., or if you prefer a digital version- Unmeasured Event.
The wedding website Zola has some options for change-the-date cards and invitations. Particularly if you’re interested in including a photo—a great option to reuse some of your engagement pictures, just saying!
A classic site for all-things stationery, Minted offers some stunning postponed wedding announcements—you can view them here. All of the designs are made by independent artists, too!
This go-to stationary site has updated it’s page specifically for things related to COVID-19. This includes some great change-the-date cards! Not only do they have a list of options to choose from, you can also upload your own design and they’ll print it for you.