By Romane Sample. Invitation Card Design. Published at Friday, June 01st, 2018 - 18:42:37 PM.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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