By Savannah Strauss. Invitation Card Design. Published at Thursday, May 31st, 2018 - 09:43:54 AM.
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.
Recycled paper: Why not be ethical and eco-friendly and send out a marriage invitation card printed on recycled paper? Some even say, why not stop using paper and send invitations over email or call people? Recycling paper is big business in India and recycled paper products command premium prices. Linen paper: Linen paper, as the name suggests, looks like a fabric and made from fabric! It’s our favourite for printing wedding invitation cards as it is classy and has a great hand feel. According to Vistaprint.
Pocket fold types are available in small and pocket size that are easy to handle and will fit into the pockets of your guest. You can choose either a single, double, triple fold cards that has enough space to accommodate all the relevant details of your wedding. You can create sections inside the card that will allow you fill all the important details, and your guest would be happy to read them. You can check with the websites for some of the latest designer envelopes that are very essential for giving a final touch to the card. Couple can go through the color options to choose the best cover that will give an elegant look to the card.
One idea is to use a social networking tool such as Facebook or MySpace where the newlyweds can post their wedding online. Another way is to contact them obtain there emails and send out a fancy electronic invite better known as an Evite or Ecard. Now while a lot of the older generation do not have nor use emails traditional methods still need to be practiced when sending out wedding invitations on their special wedding day! A third idea is to have a website customized for the upcoming event and have it uploaded to the world wide web well in advance and have the URL advertised online.
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