If you buy 100 invitations at $1.50 each, you are planning to invest $150 on wedding invitations (and this does not include shipping costs from the wedding invitation company to you and post-office costs from you for your guests). (In fact, you’ll probably spend hours and hours away just looking at all the beautiful paper available to you.)
When making your own electronic wedding invitations, here is somewhat to consider:
Colors. It’s important that you’ve your colors chosen before you embark on this journey of creating your DIY wedding cards. In regards to choosing colors you have more or less one million choices. There are monochromatic color schemes by which your colors are shades of exactly the same color. You may also have analogous color schemes where your colors are alongside each other on the color wheel, such as blue and red or blue and green. In this instance, you should use one color as the main color and still another as an assisting color. You might also wish to think about the period where you’ll have your wedding, when selecting shades for your wedding cards. Might it be hot or cold? Warm colors are reds, yellows, and oranges. Cool colors are greens and blues.
Shape and size. Wedding invites can be found in all sizes and shapes. Announcements can be squared, long, group, wide, top fold, part fold, accordion fold, guide and a lot more. When coming up with your own wedding cards, may very well not wish to pick a hard size and shape. Otherwise, you and whoever you have asked to help you make your invitations will spend days just gluing, reducing and folding. Alternatively, choose simple shapes and sizes as you are able to add texture, stability, color and decorations to. This will reduce the anxiety and stress.