Since color themes are currently expanding from the traditional boundaries
Since color themes are currently expanding from the traditional boundaries, with rich reds and vibrant greens, it is but natural that all elements of the wedding should follow suit. Your wedding is the embodiment of your commitment with each other as a couple; it should also be a reflection of your personalities. And since the first whiff of the pleasant news would reach your guests through wedding invites (except for save-the-date invitations), these should give them a hint of what to expect once they get there.
Fortunately, current wedding invitation options offer more to the couple than the past
Fortunately, current wedding invitation options offer more to the couple than the past. When traditional invites followed prescribed templates, colors, and appearances, yours could be in any shape, size, color, style, or theme. The variety doesn’t mean that conventional invitations are obsolete, it’s just that you have more opportunities to get off the beaten path if you want to. Your choice of invitation may depend on the season, your hobbies as a couple, complementing color combinations, the venue of the ceremony, and your ethnical backgrounds, among others.
Your options doesn’t necessarily end with the invitation patterns
Your options doesn’t necessarily end with the invitation patterns, as you also have to consider the font style of the message, as well as the color of the ink it will be printed in. With font styles, the selection is inexhaustible, and will only be limited by your preference. Keep in mind though, that the script must be legible, first and foremost. Elaborate scripts may be pretty to look at, but if they are difficult to read, the message defeats its purpose. Your ink color options are relatively limited, but still, there are plenty of shades which can complement your theme colors.
When deciding on the style of your wedding invitation
When deciding on the style of your wedding invitation, you have to consider numerous factors – your setting for one thing. Is it a formal church ceremony, or a casual outdoor wedding? The style should also complement with the color scheme you have in mind, as well as your chosen theme. If you are having a spring wedding (or any seasonal wedding for that matter), your invite should contain the basic elements associated with the season, such as a tulip bud or an autumn maple leaf. You should also consider the flowers which you plan to use in the ceremony; the colors can be incorporated in the invites as well. Your decision on whether you’ll include your photos on the invites or not can affect your budget as well, so keep your budget in mind when considering such options.
Finally, wedding invites would appear lacking without a meaningful line or quotation
Finally, wedding invites would appear lacking without a meaningful line or quotation. With this option you can pretty much go with what you want, as long is it isn’t too long so as to cramp the printable space. You may use your beloved poetry line or go with a meaningful quotation; you can include a verse from the Bible, or restate a few lines from a song which is special to both of you. Oftentimes, the printing company will be able to help you on you decision, as they also carry a large selection or quotes and verses for you to choose from. Wedding invitations are meant to be intimate, and with customization, these should be able to hit a romantic spot in the receiver’s heart.