By Ruby Heck. Invitation Card Design. Published at Friday, June 01st, 2018 - 09:37:30 AM.
Now, we are not saying that wedding invitations have been taken over by evites and e-cards, however, we are saying that this is a sign of the times and the era of digital wedding invitations not only have arrived, but are here to stay. Digital Wedding Invitations are simply jazzed up emails that are mailed out in massive quantities to all the wedding guests you are planning to invite to your special day. One of the requirements however is for the bride to be or groom to be, whoever is organizing the guest list to have everyone's email that they are planning to invite. Obviously this is an obstacle to overcome. How does the bride to be or groom to be alleviate this concern?
The marrying couples will need to first make the guest list. This helps them in deciding the budget for the wedding invites and other celebration plans. They can the have the cards designed by adding their personal flavor and touch. There are different patterned and designer cards that can be customized and decorated with different colors, styles, ideas. The whole idea is to make the cards look beautiful and impressive.
Marbled paper: Guess what paper type would Emperor Shah Jahan choose? The answer is marbled paper (kidding). You don’t have to be a genius to figure out that the marbled paper actually looks like marbles. Anyways, it’s actually possible to create marbled paper at home. All you need is some paint colours and a few other ingredients. There are plenty of DIY sites and tutorials for creating marbled paper at home.
Remember those times when it was common to write out wedding invitations one by one on a pretty stationary with all the trimmings. It was traditional to write wedding invitations out and mail those months before the wedding day came about. However, with the dawning of the internet era, and with the ease and quickness of sending messages electronically, it was only a matter of time before incorporating the ease of sending invites, even something as traditional as wedding invites, would become something that brides-to-be would start doing.
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