Browse the selection of professionally-designed engagement announcement templates that you can customize online for free to create perfect announcement cards to reach out to your friends and family and share happy news and your excitement in style. Use an easy-to-use online editor to upload your favorite photo, edit the text and customize everything to your preferences to download the design in PNG or PDF or order high-quality prints.
The question has been popped and the answer was a YES! You've got a proposal and got engaged! Now it’s time to tell all the special people in your loves that you’re getting married. Before everything else is planned though, engagement announcements must come first.
Once upon a time, these things were put in the newspaper first. These days, sending an engagement announcement card through the mail is a beautiful way to let friends and family near and far know that there will be invitations to engagement parties, bridal showers, and the big wedding day all coming soon.
Everything will start right here with our extensive collection of customizable engagement announcement cards designs ranging from romantic, funny, elegant, minted and foil theme-inspired. Choose your color, theme and style, set a photo of the two of you together or one of the engagement ring, and put it together your way. Our easy-to-use template allows you to personalize it all while overseeing every last detail. There are no coding or designing skills necessary to get your engagement announcements finished professionally. You’re just a few clicks away from getting the postcard design finalized and downloading your PDF or getting your cards printed on a premium quality paper for a reasonable price! Before placing an order feel free to download free printable sample to see if it looks good enough.
Why Choose Engagement Announcements from Printsbery's Collection
Engagement announcements bring happy news to those that love you both. They also serve as a way to let close family and friends know that a wedding will soon be planned. With our simple templates, you can take engagement photos and turn them into cards announcing your upcoming nuptials, even if you haven’t yet set a date.
The fully customizable design templates and a user-friendly online announcement editor allow you to change the colors, text (fonts and wording), layout or even upload your own photos and artwork.
Whether you want to announce the date now, or simply tell a brief story of when and where you said “yes,” the engagement announcement is the best way to engage your guests today so they’ll be able to plan to watch you walk down the aisle hand-in-hand.
Why overcomplicate things? You’ve got a lot of planning ahead and our variety of templates options allow you to check this milestone off your wedding to-do list!
Engagement Announcements Etiquette Rules. When to Send and Wording
Before you send out engagement announcements, you must reveal to each set of parents the good news even though you may not have a wedding date in mind yet. If either of you has children from a prior marriage, the children should be first to know. Grandparents should be informed after that, followed by any siblings, close relatives, and friends, in that order.
Then, you can make it official with engagement announcements through mail. You should only send them to those you intend to invite to your wedding. Of course, at this stage, you might not be sure how big your wedding will be. It’s safe to assume that your closest relatives and closest friends will be on the guest list, so be sure they get an engagement announcement.
You can send them the way you want: either the old-fashioned way in a envelope through mail or digitally via SMS or social media.
While engagement announcements needn’t be formal unless you intend to have a massive black-tie soiree for your wedding, they should reflect your taste. Traditionally, the bride’s parents always made the engagement announcement though most couples today choose to do it themselves. You can also combine the engagement announcement in a save-the-date style card though again, you shouldn’t send it to anyone you aren’t planning on making a fixture on your wedding guest list.
Please also make sure to check the collection of wedding announcements and other wedding stationery including engagement cards, save date cards and more.