By Kaylin Hare. Invitation Card Design. Published at Wednesday, May 30th, 2018 - 16:59:25 PM.
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.
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.
Sophisticated Simplicity: Don't want to really go all-out nautical for your waterfront affair? Stick with paper goods that are clean, simple, and sophisticated. This navy and green invite hints at a nautical theme without being too on the nose. Seaside Fun: Who doesn't love a day at the beach? This happy little whale will make your guests smile and most certainly encourage them to check the "will attend" box.
Glassine paper: Glassine is a glossy paper that is water and grease resistant. Glassine is great for marriage invitation card envelopes. You might have seen glassine paper in photo albums to keep the photos from sticking to one another and fading away. Glassine paper is made by a process called calendering. Handmade paper: Handmade papers are eco-friendly and made from cotton, hemp and other plant fibers. Their coarse appearance adds a special warmth to marriage invitations and envelopes.As the name suggests, handmade paper products are usually produced in small scale and are more expensive than any other type of paper.
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