By Aubree Valdes. Invitation Card Design. Published at Friday, June 01st, 2018 - 16:44:57 PM.
Some couples will love to host a winter wedding. A winter wedding is usually considered a romantic one. It should probably be a white wedding at the same time. In fact, you will need to have some extra considerations if you choose this as your theme. Of course you will want to make sure that your every decision will be made upon the idea of winter. To this end you are trying to use the theme to unify all your designs for the wedding. For example, you may create your decorations with a lot of snow flake. On the other hand, you may also purchase some miniatures of a snowman as your wedding favor. There are a lot of choices in order to make every item to match your theme.
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.
Retro Styling: For the lighthearted couple, partner your nautical theme with retro details for a fun decor scheme. This invitation suite incorporated tattoo-inspired fonts and sherbet hues to set a playful mood. Elegant Extras: Want to take your nautical theme up a notch? Go a little more formal by using elegant extras like envelopes lined with map prints and letterpress embossing.
Glassine paper: Glassine is a glossy paper that is water and grease resistant. Glassine is great for marriage invitation card envelopes. You might have seen glassine paper in photo albums to keep the photos from sticking to one another and fading away. Glassine paper is made by a process called calendering. Handmade paper: Handmade papers are eco-friendly and made from cotton, hemp and other plant fibers. Their coarse appearance adds a special warmth to marriage invitations and envelopes.As the name suggests, handmade paper products are usually produced in small scale and are more expensive than any other type of paper.
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