Published at Friday, June 01st, 2018 - 20:40:49 PM. . By Kaylin Hare.
The other caution with this method is that many of your older guests like grandparents may not be very computer savvy. For these guests you might consider actually sending out the compact disc in the mail. Besides, many of these guests are a little more traditional and would prefer to get an actual invitation in the mail instead of an email. Most if not all of your younger guests will be fine with this method as it is a normal part of everyday life. But the choice on mail or email is completely up to you. When making your decision, give some thought to how the email may be received by the majority of your guests. It is your wedding day, but traditionally weddings are a more intimate type of affair than an email might portray.
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.
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