You want to have the best of all worlds at your wedding and to outshine every other moment in your life and what better way to start off if not for having a unique wedding invitation delivered to your guests with designer touches and a luxurious foil finish?
One of the best features about a designer wedding invitation is undoubtedly the ability to customise it as per your preferences. When deciding on the design for your unique wedding invitation, ensure that you first have your wedding colour and theme in place or at least narrowed down to a few options as deciding on gold or silver emboss will be easier for both you and your partner. Your design would also include the typography, patterns and / or any other design that would be incorporated in your unique wedding invitation.
Upon having chosen the design, the next step is to decide on the paper or card stock for your designer wedding invitation. There are plenty of ways in which you could mix and match your design to your paper and foil chosen, so be sure to put on that creative hat while deciding. Further, explore all options available for designer wedding invitations and be bold enough to experiment beyond the usual off-white paper.
Having decided on the design and paper for your unique wedding invitation, it’s time you go crazy on personalising these designer wedding invitations to best fit either the personalities of you and your partner or the guests you have invited. One of the main advantages of opting for unique wedding invitations is the countless possibilities to personalise your wedding invitation to and create a designer wedding invitation that is not only luxurious but that would also remain the hearts of your guests, forever.
Following the decision on your designer wedding invitation be at liberty to replicate a similar effect on your wedding theme, décor, wedding stationery and all other elements involved in your extensive wedding checklist. It is important to maintain consistency and hence, be sure to add that extra dot of silver or elaborate splash of gold for your wedding favours or stationery so as to maintain similarities between your designer wedding invitation.