By Kaylin Hare. Invitation Card Design. Published at Friday, June 01st, 2018 - 14:15:28 PM.
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.
Another way to deliver these creative wedding invitations is to actually save the compact disc to your computer and email the file out as your invitations. I would suggest if you use this method, that you attach the file to an email, letting your guests know it is the invitation with the detailed information for your wedding day a part of the actual email, and not just the file to be downloaded. Be sure to use a nice font and take some time writing the email, just like you would a mailed invitation. Your guests can then easily reply to the email as their RSVP. Obviously you need to make sure you have everyone's email on your guest list to do this.
Some of the downfalls to this approach as mentioned above could be people not having access to the internet or not being connected on a regular basis to be able to access either the wedding website created especially for your wedding day or they can not connect to the social network such as Facebook or MySpace. Another pitfall could be the older generation either being computer illiterate or being intimidated by the whole notion of the computer.
Classic Palette: If you want traditional nautical wedding invitations, stick with a timeless palette of navy, red, and white. Especially if you are having a seafood dinner, use an icon like a crab or lobster (like this fetching example). Anchors Aweigh!: The most popular icon featured on nautical wedding invitations is an anchor. Such a classic statement, use an anchor throughout your wedding details, such as your guestbook, welcome signage, and at the top of your menus.
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