In past wedding invitation designs blog posts, some questions were listed that you can ask yourself when making your design choice. Here is the sixth and final in the series based on these specific questions.

  • Do you and your fiance have a special interest, passion or hobby? Whether other parts of your wedding reflect your special interest or not, your wedding invites are the perfect way to showcase this for your guests.

I hope you have found this series of posts helpful related to choosing wedding invitation designs.

When it comes to wedding invitation designs, there are questions that you can ask yourself when making your design choice. Here is the fifth in a series of posts based on these specific questions.

  • What flowers will be part of your wedding? If you have a favorite flower, you may be using it in your bouquets or floral arrangements.  This same flower can also be featured on your  wedding invitations.  Some more common flowers found on invitations include calla lilies, roses, daisies, hydrangeas and poppies as pictured here.

 

  • Will you feature a photo on your wedding invitations?  Several wedding invitation designs can include a photo of you and your fiance if that is your style choice.  Your photo could be a casual, fun picture or maybe a more formal engagement picture.

Stay tuned for the final segment in this series of posts covering more questions related to choosing wedding invitation designs.

When it comes to wedding invitation designs, there are questions that you can ask yourself when making your design choice. Here is the fourth in a series of posts based on these specific questions.

  • Falling Leaves InvitationDuring which season will your wedding take place? The four annual seasons can easily be reflected in wedding invitations – through theme and/or color choices.  Autumn and winter seem to especially have unique designs depicting symbols of the season if that’s your choice.

 

  • Will your wedding be traditional or modern in style? With all the wedding invitation designs available, you can easily reflect the tone of your wedding whether it is traditional and classic or bold and modern.

Stay tuned for the next in this series of posts covering more questions related to choosing wedding invitation designs.

When it comes to wedding invitation designs, there are questions that you can ask yourself when making your design choice.  Here is the third in a series of posts based on these specific questions.

  • Do you want to go ‘green’ or be eco-friendly? If you are looking to be environmentally conscious, you can choose recycled wedding invitations meaning the design is printed on quality, recycled paper containing at least 30% post-consumer fibers.  That should be noted in the product description and another phrase to watch for is ‘Green Seal Certified’ as with the design pictured here.

 

  • Do you want to incorporate a religious theme? Religious wedding invitations can feature a design picturing a cross, an open Bible, a church or even pure white peace doves.  They could also just simply have a favorite Bible verse elegantly printed on the front.

Stay tuned for the next in this series of posts covering more questions related to choosing wedding invitation designs.

When it comes to wedding invitation designs, there are questions that you can ask yourself when making your design choice. Here is the second in a series of posts based on these specific questions.

  • What is your wedding color scheme? As you are planning your wedding, you may be focusing on a certain color or combination of colors.  Colored wedding invitations are the perfect way to give your guests a preview of your chosen color(s).

TIP: When it comes to invitation shopping online, ordering a sample of the designs(s) you are interested in is highly recommended.  The sample will give you an up-close, personal look at the exact design color before you place your entire order to avoid any surprises.

  • Does your wedding have a theme? A theme can be based around almost anything including the location of your wedding, your favorite flowers, the season of the year, how or where you and your fiance first met, hobbies you enjoy together, etc.  Whatever your theme, you are sure to find matching invitation designs if that’s your choice.  Theme wedding invitations can even be fun in their style or shape.

Stay tuned for the next in this series of posts covering more questions related to choosing wedding invitation designs.

Tropical InvitationWhen it comes to wedding invitation designs, there are questions that you can ask yourself when making your design choice.  Here begins a series of posts based on these specific questions.

  • What is your wedding invitation budget? You probably want to take some time to figure out just how much you want to spend on your wedding invitations overall.  Your invitations themselves are just one cost plus any additional pieces such as reception, response and/or map cards.  Other options may include colored inks, a return address printed on your envelopes, lined inner envelopes, invitation proof, etc.  There will also be the cost of mailing postage and return postage for the response cards.

TIP:  When it comes to shopping online for your wedding invitations, many times you are able to do a search based on cost which will help narrow down your choices.

  • Where are you getting married? The setting of your wedding can also factor in on the type of wedding invitation designs you prefer.  Wherever your wedding is being held – church, formal or casual setting, outdoors, beach, or a destination such as Las Vegas – you are sure to find a style fitting of that setting if that’s your preference.

Stay tuned for the next in this series of posts covering more questions related to choosing wedding invitation designs.