You have spent months maybe even years planning your fabulous wedding
and now it's time to send out your invitations!
Many brides/couples tend not to put a great amount of thought into these,
but why give your guest the wrong impression.
This is the 1st glimpse of what your guest are to expected to see
or experience at your magical day.
Check out some of these amazing ways to began the excitement in your guest
so they'll be running to the post office to mail back their RSVP!
These invites below would be great for a wedding that is being held at a modern museum or a chic modern styled reception location!
Lace has been very much on trend for the past few years. These beautiful antique lace jacket invites would be a romantic way to announce your nuptials!
Who had a pop up book at home as a kid that they open and closed so much it began to rip, yes I did! These elegant and so cool pop up invites will amaze your guest and probably keep them entertained even as adults for a while!
Do you plan on having a second line at your wedding? Guest would be instructed to bring their fabulous silk handkerchief invites to be waved during the second portion of your celebration! This is a great way to get the reception party started and guest up and dancing!
Having a whimsical wedding full of great fun details? This view finder invite will get everyone excited to see what's next at your event!
I think my favorite type of wedding invitation is the Dupioni Silk boxed invites! They come in hundreds of custom color variations and styles. Many are clasped with brooches, flowers, shells and an array of other niceties. This one has a bonus truffle gift under the invitation for your guest to munch on as they send back there RSVP!
How about a Silk box with scroll invitation! This would be absolutely stunning for a formal wedding at an elegant ballroom or estate!
As the saying goes, all good things must eventually come to an end! Hope you enjoyed our topic today, "What's your first impression?" Deciding on your style invitations! We could go on for days with different styles of invitations. The point is, don't get stuck with the same, look around and find an invitation that speaks to you!
Blog written by Cossie Crosswhite,
1 Elegant Event Wedding & Event Planning