By Rose Menard. Wedding Card. Published at Thursday, March 28th, 2019 - 05:18:02 AM.
Even after the invention of the printing press, hand written wedding cards were still preferred because of the problem of ink smudging, and the ink was simply stamped onto the paper and was not very appealing. To solve this problem, a piece of tissue paper is placed over the print, a technique that is still used today.
During these modern times where people’s income have dramatically increased, the use of and distribution of wedding cards are no longer limited to the wealthy. Moreover, different cultures have adopted different styles and designs for their cards. Wedding cards are now mass produced and can be made to order.
It is entirely your choice if you wish to seek help from others or you want to carry out every bit of designing your marriage card, alone. Whichever way it is, make sure that the real message behind this wedding invitation is conveyed by you and your well wishers.
As discussed, you will also need to think about the paper and materials. In most cases, you will need to use paper which is white in color for your wedding invitation cards with a lot of colors. This is because it will be very difficult for you to print on some darker paper.
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