By Ruby Heck. Invitation Card Design. Published at Friday, June 01st, 2018 - 06:45:54 AM.
After your have estimated the number of guests you are going to invite, you will start thinking about the style of the cards. Of course you will be trying to search for cards which will match your idea of winter. Again, the idea of snowflakes can be used for your invitation card. You will be printing some snowflakes on your card. You may also print a snowman on your card. In most cases you will adapt the idea of white color so that you can deliver a feeling of being in the winter when your guests see the card. If you are going to have your wedding on the Christmas night, you may even print a Santa Clause on the invitation card. However, you should be very careful when you are designing the card.
Matte paper: Matte Paper is a common paper finish. It has a crisp white finish and pastel colours look really nice when printed on matte paper. Matte paper is preferred by thieves from all over the world as it doesn’t get fingerprints easily! There are different types of matte paper – photo quality, double-sided, semi-matte, and premium matte. Glossy paper: Matte paper has a very close cousin or should we say twin brother separated at birth? In fact, a glossy paper goes through the same manufacturing process as that of a matte paper but gets more chemical coatings compared to that of a matte paper. Glossy paper is great for printing colourful wedding invitations as colours pop.
Beachy Stripes: Want a nautical wedding with a lighter palette? Use aqua or mint with navy to create a beachy vibe, such as with this striped wedding invitation. Paired with a gold envelope, it's a modern interpretation of a classic theme. Preppy Details: Blending nautical with East Coast prep is a popular wedding combo. Use navy and pink stripes everywhere from the lined envelopes to the groomsmen's ties.
One idea is to use a social networking tool such as Facebook or MySpace where the newlyweds can post their wedding online. Another way is to contact them obtain there emails and send out a fancy electronic invite better known as an Evite or Ecard. Now while a lot of the older generation do not have nor use emails traditional methods still need to be practiced when sending out wedding invitations on their special wedding day! A third idea is to have a website customized for the upcoming event and have it uploaded to the world wide web well in advance and have the URL advertised online.
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