By Itzel Foust. Invitation Card Design. Published at Thursday, May 31st, 2018 - 00:01:06 AM.
Shopping for the best wedding card can be challenging and time consuming in case of couples are running out of time. However, there are websites that believes in providing one stop resolution for all their potential customers. They provide easy customizing tools and keep updating their sites with all the new additions of the cards. You can mix and match various themes and ideas to add a unique feature to your wedding invites.
For this nautical wedding invitation, I designed it with neutral tones and a classic gold. This versatile approach gave the bride countless options. She wasn’t tied to a navy wedding and could pick her choice of colors from the color wheel. We were able to incorporate a different nautical symbol—the anchor, knot, and compass—on each piece of stationery to give her wedding invitation suite variety, yet it still tied together in a seamless collection. You can really get creative with nautical wedding invitations and save the dates. Some sample nautical wedding invitation wording can include:
Winter is the time to spend holidays with family members. The invitation card should be selected keeping this mood of happiness in mind, and arouse the mood of celebration for a romantic wedding ceremony. Christmas weddings are the most popular theme selected for weddings during the winter season, and wedding invitations should reflect the spirit of the season. A very essential aspect of wedding planning, you should select a card that will win the hearts of all your loved ones and cordially invite them to the ceremony.
Mylar paper: Mylar is the paper for you if you like metallic and shiny finish to your marriage invitation card. If you have received a gift basket and wondered about the shiny silver paper, you probably were wondering about Mylar! Its chemical name is biaxially-oriented polyethylene terephthalate or BoPET. You can check out this site if you are interested in finding out how mylar is made. Mylar paper is paper coated with BoPET and is used by the US Library of Congress to preserve old books (one paper to the rescue of others). Mylar is the superhero of papers! Here is how mylar paper is used in wedding invitation cards.
Any content, trademark’s, or other material that might be found on the Wood Invitation website that is not Wood Invitation’s property remains the copyright of its respective owner/s. In no way does Wood Invitation claim ownership or responsibility for such items, and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner.
© Copyright 2018 Wood Invitation. All Rights Reserved.