Wedding Invites / July 24, 2018 / Gemma Patenaude
You own a boutique shop specializing in products associated with weddings - wedding evening gowns satin or embroidery hats for the bride wedding dresses of all tastes and fabric type garters wedding suits and tuxedos for the groom etc... You also have an in-house workshop with a talented team of wedding cards designers who could produce unique wedding cards at short notice tailored for individual couples tastes and needs. Your designers could produce both wedding invitation cards and also congratulatory wedding cards for well-wishers for the couple on the occasion of their wedding. This article focuses on the design of wedding cards congratulating the couple on their impending marriage.
Once you have taped the ribbon back you can go ahead and glue the last piece to your invitation. If you can see the ribbon through the piece of paper with the message then try gluing the lining and the paper with the message first tape the ribbon around both and then gluing that whole piece onto the backing. Your wedding should be something exciting fun and unforgettable. If you are planning your wedding it may become extremely stressful so dont stress out when making your own wedding invitations. Consider this as a time to play around with colors textures and shapes and sizes. Have a wedding-invitation-making party with your bridal party.
In line with modern conservationist principles it must be green and recyclable. Consumers who are conservation conscious dont mind if the quality of paper used is not as good as that of conventional non-green cards. Green materials even papier mache may be acceptable so long as it is green. Obviously it is no easy task even to create nice catchy and unique congratulatory messages essential to wedding cards. One needs to engage experienced writers and good calligraphers to pen the messages. The paramount rule is that the message should be able to express sincere and heartfelt felicitations of the well-wisher on the auspicious event. Try to avoid words that have become clichéd or common banal phrases that have outlived its usage. It pays to be innovative and creative and this requires the message scribe to think outside the box so to speak.