Making Your Own Wedding Invitations
Published: 09 Mar 2007 - in invite wording and etiquette
With costs of wedding invitations becoming increasingly astronomical, it is very difficult to get a nice wedding invitation and still keep within a reasonable budget. And with all the various enclosures that go into wedding invitations, your stationery costs can become really high. A great and simple way to save money on wedding invitations would be to make them yourself.
Simple, did you say? Yes, we did say simple. Although making your own invitations may not seem very easy, with all the help that you can get from colour printers and computer software, making the invitations does become quite easy.
You can download different fonts, designs, and colours from the internet and print them on card paper, for wonderful wedding invitations. With the low cost of card paper and printers available at really affordable rates, you can have great wedding invitations without spending a small fortune on them.
There are many do-it-yourself kits available in the markets. These kits contain everything that you might need to make your own invitations. Throw in some of your own creativeness and a little bit of effort, and voila! You have a beautifully customised wedding invitation.
To decorate your invitations, you can use different coloured ribbons and even dried flowers to give your invites a unique look. To make the invites really personal, you can also take a nice and flattering picture of you and your fiancé and get this transferred onto your invites.
The use of embossing stamps can make your invitations look truly out of this world. A simple design or a stamp with your initials can be a great addition to your home made wedding invitation and make it look really classy.
These are just some ideas to make your own wedding invitations. With a little imagination, you can come up with great ideas to make your own wedding invites. Not only will you have a whale of a time making them, but will save a considerable amount of money as well.
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