Birthday save the dates

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Linda and Harriett

Some birthdays don’t need just a party. They need an event. And some events require a little pre-show fanfare. That’s what our birthday save the dates do best. Discover free, customizable save the date templates perfect for this year’s big turn around the sun.

It must be one special birthday party for it to need a save the date, but rest assured, we’ve thought of nearly everything. (And for any occasion we haven’t: that’s what our customizable designs are for.) You’ll find birthday save the date designs for the most important of occasions: first and other early birthday affairs, milestone birthdays—including 30th birthday save the dates and save the dates for 50th birthdays, surprise parties that require a little extra planning, and every other party inspiration you could dream of.

For ideas that go beyond even the imaginations of our designers, our online design tools let you customize one of our save the date birthday templates, free of charge (and free of any creative or technological impediment). Start by changing the all-important save the date birthday party wording to your liking. We start you off with some inspiration and ideas, but there aren’t any strict rules here—go wild. You can change the fonts, text color, and layout, too, should you need a little more impact. There are other visual tweaks you’ll have license to edit: the background of your online invitation, the envelope liner, and even choosing one of our hand-drawn stamps from the collection.

Putting together the party can be just as simple as the editing of your invitation. Put together the list of recipients from the online address book, which includes past party invitees and can be synced to your personal email accounts to find other important boldface names. Once the save the date gets sent out, you can collect guest responses (though not RSVPs: save that for a birthday party invitation) and start sending out important event info via guest messaging, or on your invitation’s event page. Though, if you’re not planning something really complex, consider Flyer, our free and expressive way to plan casual events with a fun and playful tone.