Our Favorite Wedding Postponement Announcements

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Suddenly it seems that sending two save the dates is the norm – if you’ve already sent out save the dates, and then had to postpone or change your plans, you’ll need to send a second round of save the dates to inform your guests of the new plans.

Read more: I Postponed My Wedding. Now What? Here’s Everything You Need To Do After Postponing A Wedding.

If you’ve searched for Save the Dates, you already know that there are so many to choose from, it can be hard to find just the right one! So, in the interest of saving you from going down the Save the Date rabbit hole for a second time, I thought I’d share some of Contagious Events’ favorite postponement announcements here:

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classic change the date cards

If classic is your style, you can’t go wrong with these beautiful black, white and gold Our New Date cards. We love the idea of using gold foil to emphasize the word “new” and all the updated details.

Put the focus on your new date so that it’s very clearly communicated to your guests with these Hepburn Save the Date cards. Don’t you just love this timeless design?

I love the simple design of these cards, and the message of “we are still very much in love, but as we love you too…” – a caring message that can’t be shared enough during these times. Check out these Change of Plan cards for your postponement announcement.

modern change the date cards

With a minimal color palette and just enough text to get the message across, we love how simple, yet elegant these Minimal Print change the date cards are!

I am so in love with the typography of this card. Bold and classy, these Modern Type announcements say everything that needs to be said.

If you’re searching for a modern postponement announcement that incorporates a photo, look no further than these Retro Typography Announcements.

fun change the date cards

We love these Minimal Notice Change the Date Cards – the whimsical font with a fun headline is the perfect way to communicate to your guests that you’re taking things in stride and are still looking forward to the big day.

The headline says it all on these One More Time change the date cards.

Your guests are likely waiting to see what the new plan is, so this card makes it super clear. Include all of the important details on the back side of this Simple Black and White Script announcements and you’re good to go!

photo change the date cards

If you’ve had your engagement photos taken, now’s your chance to put them to good use! Let your faces take center stage with these Elegant Union Change the Date cards.

A little bit of humor never hurt! Personally I love that these read “still getting married” – putting an emphasis on the fact that love endures and nothing will stop weddings. Shop these Let’s Try This Again save the dates from our friends at Minted.

A reminder I think we all need from time to time – I think the sentiment of these Love is Patient cards is something we can all get behind.

GO ELECTRONIC!

Generally speaking, I would recommend sending postponement announcements in the same medium you sent your initial save the dates (so, if you sent save the dates via mail, I would suggest sending your postponements the same way) – but, if you’ve had a lot of guests change addresses and it would be difficult to get the new addresses in light of all that’s going on, or if you’re feeling like you need to get the message out urgently, an electronic announcement is for you. We love Greenvelope for this option!

Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links, meaning we may receive a commission if you decide to make a purchase using these links, at no cost to you. We only share links to products and services that we have first-hand experience with and recommend to our planning clients.

Photo by Danny Gorman Photography of Hannah and Steve’s wedding stationery.

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