By Ava Forsythe. Invitation Card Design. Published at Friday, June 01st, 2018 - 03:39:02 AM.
For creative wedding invitations you can use pictures from your engagement photos or even any other quality photos you already have to make a compact disc for your guests. You can make a collage of pictures with you and special someone to run on the CD with information and details about your wedding day placed throughout the collage, or in between pictures. You will also want to have the information and details about the wedding date printed on the compact disc, or maybe even include a card along with the CD so that this information can be available without having to play the CD.
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.
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.
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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