Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Tips For Designing Your Own Wedding Invitation Cards

As soon as a couple decides to marry, the first thing they consider is the bridal gown. It is so because it is the main dress for the occasion and sometimes the single most expensive items in the wedding budget. Usually the invitation comes last but it is one area of the wedding planning that can cause a lot of trouble for the couple. Invitations are the primary ways in which the wedding event is announced to guests. It is also the main means through which you broadcast the event. The wedding invitation is more than informing your guests - it tells the guests the type of wedding to expect and then the personality of the couple. An invitation is a letter that communicates the finesse and courtesies of the couple. For these reason it is essential that you handle your invitation carefully.

You can contract your invitation to PR company but you ca also make your own invitations. We try to take a look at the various ways you can make your own wedding invitations.

Folded paper makes the best designs. They look glamorous and are used in formal situations, for extra effect you can add ribbons at the sides of the envelopes. With this kind of invitation, you will require the services of a calligrapher to do the addressing. You can also use stickers that have relevance to your theme to decorate the card. In summer, you can get beach scenes or snowflakes in winter.

Wedding invitations should be sent out as early as possible. This way your recipients can plan or make time to attend. It should also be well decorated to fit the glamour of the occasion. In most cases, you will have to take extra steps to make sure that the names of the guests are spelled correctly and that they are accorded the proper titles. It is advisable to invite couples together instead of individually. Provide a means for them to reply. Most wedding invitations use formal wording and even when you want to be casual, the text should be very polite, cordial and traditional.

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