One day, you two went to the beach and together build a sand castle. Then your boyfriend asked you to find something surprised in the sand castle – and you got the engagement ring! He was down on one knee and proposed "Will you marry me?" Here is one merriage proposal scenario. The version of yours could be more unique than this. But one thing is the same. You are engaged. It’s the time to say it loud, say it proud, and let people save the date for your big day.
There are many ways to announce your engagement, including mail announcement, newspaper announcement, website announcement and so on. The most popular way is to make the save the date card and sent out to friends and family. The Save the Date cards could be easily made in your favorite color and style, and used for all styles. Another great idea us ti create a save the date video card. You can try out Wondershare DVD Slideshow Builder. Now download and install the card maker:
Step 1: Add photos or videos
Launch the DVD Slideshow Builder and run it when installation complete. In the welcome screen, select "Standard Mode". Then click "Add Files" to add your photos or videos to the timeline.
Step 2: Make your Save the Date Card unique
Go to the "Personalize" tab. As you can see, there are so many templates to be included. If you particularly like a template, add it to Favorites by clicking the star icon for better finding it later.
Enter the card wordings: Since it’s the save the date card, the wordings are the most important. Make sure these items are included: the title, couple name, date, and location. It’s better to add your wedding website address, the invitation card notice and also some decorations in your style. You can click "Edit" to add your text. Then specify a unique style to your wordings using the tools in the Window, including fonts, special effects, color, outline, shadow, and opacity.
Step 3: Save or share the date card
Preview your personalized save the date card and click "Create" to save or share the date card. You can choose to save in different formats, upload to YouTube or burn a DVD.