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Creating The Perfect Invite

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Wedding InvitationWe have all heard of big celebrity weddings where the invitations are delivered to select invitees accompanied by rich gifts. We all remember some weddings we have attended only because of the invitations that were sent for them. Invitations are important aspects of a wedding, and a fair amount of heartburn goes into the perfect motif, material, wording, etc. for a good wedding invitation.

The good news is that we are now in the 21st century where we not only have a phenomenal choice of papers and styles for invitations, but also have the choice of sending breezy e mail invites to our particular friends and intimates. Today’s environment gives us the freedom to explore our own way in calling the people we want. However, we still need to give a thought to what we are saying and how we are saying it.

• Handmade paper, traditional motifs, and embellishments like gold thread and tassels give the invitation a feel of leading to an approved, dignified event that includes the family and community.
• Contemporary graphics, colours and styling express that the couple are two eager-to-embrace-the-future types. Some design studios, or just one’s friends on their computers can help to achieve this effect.
• You may want the invitation to reflect a particular hobby, peculiarity or individual characteristic. I remember a particular invitation in which the bridegroom was drawn as a cricketer, and the bride as a Bharatanatyam dancer! However, sometimes with this type of invitation, one runs the risk of drawing more grins than one wants on a solemn life-occasion.
• Keep words simple and straight. Don’t try to exhaust the vocabulary in the dictionary to say what is important - who is getting married and to whom, when and where. ‘We seek your presence and blessings’ is simpler than saying ‘Your esteemed presence will add luster to our union’ or something like that.
• Ask for an expert opinion on the aesthetics from someone whose opinion you trust. Are the fonts used harmonizing with each other? Is the lettering too small or too big? Is the layout adding or taking away from the whole? Make sure you have satisfied yourself before getting on to the printing.
• Finally, do remember to call people when you meet them casually – don’t depend only on the courier, postman, or your parents to do the trick! People respond best to personal requests. So if you see your boss in the lift, don’t be too shy to mention your wedding (unless you really don’t want him or her to attend!).

Hope your invitation is the perfect start to a wonderful life together.

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