How to Write an Invitation
The words of the card you choose should complement the design of your wedding invitation. Poems are a wonderful way to reflect the love you share with your soon-to-be spouse. A short romantic verse or quote might be a much simpler way to complement the style of your wedding. The most important thing is that the words must truly represent the love you and your partner share together.
To print these carefully chosen words into your wedding invitation, you can use a variety of fonts. Calligraphy, Old English and Roman provide unique ways for you to personalize your card according to your tastes or your wedding theme.
The paper used to print your invitation is another way to create customized wedding invitations that stand out. While many brides and grooms concentrate on the card stock and color, the paper’s texture and shape can more adequately serve to symbolize your wedding theme.
Paper with a grit-like texture, for example, may help to represent a beach-wedding theme. Invitations cut in the shape of a flower can effectively illustrate a spring or garden wedding theme. Keep in mind that the paper that you choose will significantly affect the price of your wedding invitations.
Combining the right colors, embellishments, words and fonts are all ways to customize your invitations. Using these elements appropriately will enable you to create invitations that stand out, and yet subtly set the tone for your entire wedding.