By Bernard Masson. Wedding Invitation. Published at Friday, March 29th, 2019 - 05:45:03 AM.
One of the latest trends in wedding stationery has been to add a small bow to each invitation. Find some ribbon in your wedding colors, punch a hole in the corner of your invite, and presto, you’ve got something with some style. Ribbons aren’t the only way to add texture to a wedding invitation.
Every marital event planning must start with choosing the wedding invitations, which can be a complicated and time-consuming task, especially if you haven’t got a clear idea about the way they should look like, the message they should transmit and other related sides of the matter.
For example, a Chinese bride and American groom could send Chinese invitations to the Americans, and English invitations to the Chinese guests! Of course this might leave guests bewildered at first, but if you put essential information like the date, place, and time in both languages, this ploy could really pique guests’ interest.
Letterpress is yet a third option. This old-fashioned technique is on the rise in some womens’ minds. Bridal magazines and websites laud the amazing benefits of letterpress. The letterpress printer firmly presses inked letters or even handmade or pre-made designs into a piece of paper, forming a great indented surface.
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