Add glitter, beads, or small stones to make a more funky invitation, or even glue on small seashells for a beach-themed wedding. The possibilities are endless here, although you want to make sure your wedding invitations don’t end up looking like a kindergarten art project.
That way guests can figure out how far they’ll be driving and if they want to carpool. Many couples also include their parents’ names on the wedding invitation card. Traditionally, the bride’s parents have hosted the wedding and therefore their names have been featured on the card.
You can use thermography, the latest trend in the letterpress industry, to print the wordings with golden ink. However, use the golden ink on a light colored base. For a formal and sophisticated look, engrave the letters on a copper plate painted with shades of gold.
Traditionally, the invitation is usually inserted with a certain respond card so that guests can conveniently send a confirmation. A few couples design their invitations with a map included to it so that guests will not have a difficult time finding the venue of the ceremony.
When choosing your unique wedding invitation, just make sure you don’t go overboard. You want your invitation to be different, but you certainly don’t want it to be so frustrating to open that your guests become flustered. Combing one of these ideas with your wedding colors should get you on...
For a customary marriage ceremony, you could go all out with the invitations. More and more, though, brides are preferring to mail out uncomplicated invitations, with no enclosure cards and inner envelopes as a way to save cash on printing and postage. ...
The larger shapes are much less liable to wind up annoying the invitation receiver by attaching to their clothing and carpets – but nevertheless still deliver the same unanticipated charm with your invitation. You can enhance any invitation by sealing the envelope with gold sealing wax and imprinting with an...
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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