By Eva Ferraro. Invitation Card Design. Published at Friday, June 01st, 2018 - 08:53:22 AM.
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.
Another great way to create your own wedding invitation or announcement is to visit a scrapbooking store whether online or offline. You can find all of the supplies you can think of to create your own unique and creative wedding invitations and announcements. You might have a hard time getting your groom to be involved in making them, though. Have fun with finding the right wedding announcements and invitations for you and your groom. Keep it your own unique wedding invitation and announcements that you will cherish for years to come.
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.
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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