By Royce Le Gall. Wedding Invitation. Published at Sunday, March 24th, 2019 - 22:04:25 PM.
Has your mom insisted that you invite all those second cousins and great aunts that you barely know? Help them remember who you are, and give other guests a sneak preview of your fiancé, by putting a personalized photo in your wedding invitation. There is no hard and fast rule that wedding invitations need to be formal and white.
Thus, one has to make sure that the invitation appears effective in the judgment of the wedding participants. The chief goal of the invitation is to formally request the guests to celebrate with the couple in one of the most important occasions in their lives.
Another option is through calligraphy, either computerized or by hand which is ideal for smaller guest list. Invitation stationery which are engraved, embossed and calligrapher are likely to be at the high end of the price range and not ideal for couple thinking of having a simple wedding because of tight budget.
Most wedding invitations still come in the traditional rectangular card shape. More brides are starting to branch out and send square cards, but not many have tapped into the various other shapes available. You can choose a long, layered invitation or a die-cut card in a wedding motif.
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