The wedding invitations will be the first thing your guests will see, so make a good impression. Start as you mean to go on, as they say. Unless you have a particular theme in mind, it’s a good idea to tie in with the fact that your ceremony is taking place abroad. Here are just a few ideas for designing your wedding invitations:
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It’s no secret that your invitation is the first thing your guests are going to see that will give them a glimpse into the magic of your big day. So, why not add as much of your personality and style into designing them as you do your ceremony and reception? When it comes to wedding stationery and today’s unique and creative couples, there are countless ways to personalize your paper. But let’s try counting them anyway, shall we?
No. 1: Color
It’s a given, right? Although a somewhat obvious choice, how the colors of your wedding are used in your invitations can be a powerful reflection of your personality and the tone you’re trying to set for the big day. Whether using bursts of bright colors or just a few subtle accents here and there, color can provide a wonderful preview of what’s to come. (And that grosgrain ribbon is a great way to add a bit of texture, but we’ll get to that in a minute…)
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We’re back with another great infographic by Carey of Lasso’d Moon, this time all about wedding invitation options and wording! If you missed our last infographic, check out What’s It Called? Wedding Invitation Description Infographic!
Today we have an amazing guest post by Wedding Paper Divas, premium online invitation and stationery retailer. Thank you cards are one of those very important steps on your wedding day, and often overlooked after the wedding hullabaloo is over!
You just got back from your honeymoon and you are feeling happy the planning of your wedding is over! But don’t forget — there is one more crucial thing to do-sending out your thank you cards. It is often the most overlooked component of your wedding but is extremely important. You do not want to miss the opportunity to show your guests how much you appreciate them for joining you in your very special day.
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