How to Bring Your Personal Style into a Wedding Invitation
Paperia | October 2015
Gone are the days where wedding invitations have to be a certain way—white or ecru, written in classic script, or even printed on a flat piece of card stock. Wedding invitations have entered a world of endless possibilities, making them blank canvases for just about whatever you can think up. We’ve put together some ideas on how to bring your personal style into your invitations below.
If your wedding is full of colors or patterns, a great way to tie that into your invitation is by choosing a colored or patterned background. Or if you decide you’d rather have a white or ecru invitation, you can choose to incorporate color into the fonts.
A great way to easily personalize your invitation is by adding pictures. It brings a modern twist and all your invitation recipients will instantly know whose wedding they’re invited to.
Monogram or Motif
If you’re looking for a small way to add a bit of personalization to your wedding invitations, think about adding a monogram or motif. There are many styles to choose from, and many invitation companies allow you to submit your own motifs, so you can even design your own!
There are endless amounts of typestyles to choose from ranging from classic script to modern block. Some fonts are fun while others are elegant, so choosing one that matches your personality is a simple way to make sure your personality is coming through.
Although there’s nothing wrong with keeping wedding invitation wording traditional, you can add flare and personality by bringing your voice into it. You can choose to make it funny or tell a story, whatever you decide to make it more you.
Whatever you decide, your wedding invitations should reflect your style and personality, so have fun with it!