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Selecting The Style Of Your Wedding Invitations To Suit Your Wedding Day
A bride and grooms wedding invitations should not only be considered for practical purposes. They do more than announce your celebration and tell your guests when and where to show up. Invitations also serve to demonstrate your style and choosing the right option can be an enjoyable part of planning your wedding.
Locating your style
If you are unsure about what kind of style you have, there are some ways to find out. First, consider the type of wedding dress you would like to have or that you have already chosen. If the dress is simple or traditional, you may want your wedding invitations to be the same. You can show your guests a bit of your minimalist or classic style through your invite design. If your dress is unique, daring, or bold, you may want to design invitations that are edgy and different. Bold colours, intricate designs and surprising invitation shapes can help you to make the style statement you have always wanted to. Keeping the dress and invites similar in terms of colour and design will ensure that you provide a constant theme throughout the wedding day.
For themed weddings
If you are having a themed wedding you have the opportunity to go really crazy with your wedding invitations choice. There is an unlimited number of wedding theme ideas, from army weddings to beach weddings. The beauty of themed weddings is that they are truly unique and memorable days, just as your invitations ought to be. Design your invites to hint at the awesome twist your wedding will take.
Getting the wording right
What you decide to write on your invitations says a lot about the style of your invites and of your wedding as a whole. More classic or traditional invitations will have the full names of both the bride and groom. The words, addresses and dates will all be spelled out instead of abbreviated or numerated. For modern or edgy weddings, abbreviations, initials and numbers can be used unsparingly.