"I used these for my wedding invitations and I was really impressed with the look and quality. Very happy I chose them."
"The invites are beautiful! love how fast they were made and the gold foil it so eye catching They only thing i would say is i wish we would have gone with regular card stock instead of pearl shimmer, distorts our features slightly"
"Great card stock and printed beautiful."
"We used the "glowing ceremony" theme on our wedding website, and we were happy to find that there were corresponding invites at an affordable price! The option to upload addresses for pre-addressed envelopes was great too. Everything was really nice quality in-person!"
"This invite is very nice. I had room for wording, and beautiful detail on the back"
Couples planning their wedding celebrations have lots to think about. In addition to planning their ceremony, a reception also has to be carefully considered. In many cases, the reception is the celebration with the largest guest list while only family members and close friends are invited to the wedding ceremony proper. This means that every aspect of the celebration has to be planned on a larger scale – more seating, more food, and more entertainment.
Preserving the highly personal nature of a wedding celebration is easy when a consistent theme is used throughout. The ceremony, reception, brunch, and bridal shower can all share the same theme. In fact, there are lots of simple and creative themes to consider that nonetheless convey the personality of the happy couple. Elegant initials are being used to personalize many different celebrations; guests receive beautiful typography wedding invitations and announcements. There is a surprising variety of typographical choices available to people planning a wedding anniversary, or other special occasions.
The initials of the happy couple can be used to embellish virtually any item. From personalized menu cards to reception invitations, elegant typography is the perfect choice for any décor element. Consider options such as:
Words and short phrases can be created with a font mimicking old fashioned printer’s blocks for a distinctive touch. The bride and groom’s name can each be represented with a different typeface. You can even choose fonts that look like handwriting for that extra-special touch on envelopes and other pieces of wedding correspondence. If the couple comes from different cultural backgrounds, combine words, phrases, or letters from different languages to emphasize the happy union between two very special people.
There are many ways to integrate typography into a reception. Select a similar font when making customized invitations, menu cards, table place cards, banners, sparkle thank you cards, and other items. This is a great way to communicate a simple, yet effective decorating theme.