By Baptiste Besse. Wedding Card. Published at Sunday, March 24th, 2019 - 08:47:19 AM.
It is also a great way to tell your guest what kind of wedding you are going to host. For example, if you are going to have a beach wedding, you can pick a photo which depicts a beach. Of course it will be perfect if you and your spouse are in the photo. This will make the design of the card perfect.
Further improvements were made during 1643 where Ludwig von Siegen created metal-plate engraving, which made invitations more beautiful and stylish. It was in the 19th century after 150 years following the invention of lithography by Alois Senefelder that the mass-production of wedding cards and invitations took off.
Amidst the ordinary life that we live, there is one day that feels like a fairytale. And that is the wedding day! The couple that is about to get married and their family members do all that it takes to make the wedding perfect. One of the biggest aspects of planning a wedding is to create a wedding card.
It wasn’t always that the announcement and invitations of weddings are in the form of the wedding cards. Prior to the invention of the printing press in 1447, there was no way for these to be mass produce. Moreover, even if home-made wedding card is possible, many people of the Middle Ages were illiterate so they will be unable to read the invitation.
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