By Nathalie Pepper. Invitation Card Design. Published at Friday, June 01st, 2018 - 13:09:14 PM.
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.
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.
Couples can customize their wedding cards with vibrant and beautiful colors of their choice. You can add some beautiful quotes and wordings from the websites. You also get the option of selecting a size and a particular theme that will enhance the beauty of your wedding card. Photo wedding invitations are one of the newest marriage themes that can be personalized with different imaginative skills and ideas.
Summery Combos: Who knew floral invitations and anchors paired so well? When your nautical event is in the heart of summer, add bright flowers and watercolor stripes for a very pretty wedding invite. Thoughtful Illustrations: For a unique spin on nautical, go with an illustration that suits your own event's theme. If you are hosting your wedding at a marine museum or historical site, give a nod with vintage maps and a more neutral palette.
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