Monthly Archives: March 2014

  • The Perfect Invites For The Perfect Wedding

    Similar to choosing a wedding dress choosing a wedding invite can cause jitters too. A wedding invite is the first formal announcement of the couple getting married and says a lot about the theme and the feel of the wedding. All out together wedding invites have a vital role to play for the big day. But do not forget, choosing and zeroing in on the invite is supposed be fun! So take a deep breath and relax, and just follow the guidelines and this will become exciting:

    Theme: The couples start with the theme for the wedding but it all goes out of the window when they have a first look at the wedding invites. It is a tough process to match the theme and the invites. We advise you to stick on to the color theme instead of the design theme. This will help you eliminate the unnecessary choices and invites can be customized as per the color choices too.

    Price and vendor selection: Invitations can be a pricey affair. The better the design the better the prices can get. We recommend that couples explore a few vendors before finalizing on the invites. Check the e-markets too and compare the prices, there are vendors who offer a lot of complimentary services too like free address printing or free shipping of the cards. It is of vital importance to consider each aspect of the price to get best out of the buck you pay.

    Shopping for the invites online can be very convenient too. This saves a lot of time, money and hassles for the couple. The reviews can be searched online very easily and there will be a vast array of vendors to choose from who can customize according to the couples choice.

    Invitation Design: Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder. What a couple might like, other couple might hate. Some couples may choose a perfectly metallic invite for the flashy wedding and the others may prefer a traditional invite. These aspects are important as they say a lot about the theme of the wedding.

    On the final thought we would recommend that you always buy a sample copy before the final order. This helps you to physically examine the final work and leaves a scope for improvement. Know what you want but keep an open mind and be ready for suggestions. Have fun during the selection process and you will have something that you would want to keep in your scrap book for life long!

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