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Once you become engaged, you develop high prospects about the success of your wedding day. You and your partner then embark on planning your big day. As time elapses, the list of things to do continues to pile, and it can be overwhelming at times. What theme should I go for? Will this date work for us? How should I create the invitations I send out to my guests?

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These questions are but a fraction of the myriad queries you'll have to overcome. However, getting the invitations ready is what this article is about. Better yet; you'll learn about the tips of creating appealing wedding invitations with photos and how to do it.

Define Your Theme

Your wedding invitation should resonate with the theme of your wedding. You need to understand the type of occasion you like to prepare. It may be a casual wedding or a posh, black-tie event. Your wedding stationery suite must speak a bit about the theme of the occasion.

In wedding planning, style is also defined by the color scheme. Therefore, choose subtle, bright colors like plush pink in the wake of spring, and coral color during the warm summer months. In the cold of winter, your wedding will excel with natural colors. Thus, ensure you add a color scheme that will blend with the theme.

Visibility is Paramount

Not even the design of your invitation card compromises the visibility of the information on the card. That said, you need to find a layout that will bring out the photos excellently and accommodate easy-to-read text. Additionally, critical information such as the date, venue, reception time, etc. on a section that can barely be missed.

Add Your Romantic Photos

A photo wedding invitation adds glamour to the invitation card. Photos also tell your invited guests about the love you share between you and your partner. Your in-laws will also relish having the invitations for keep's sake. Therefore, you should have the cards professionally done.

 

You can either choose a single-photo wedding or a multiple-photo invitation suite. The former brings out a personalized feel with a deep character. However, a multiple-photo invitation works best for casual and relaxed wedding themes.

How to Design Your Photo Wedding Invitations

Creating a customized and personalized wedding is something that every planner wants to achieve. It's a daunting process that involves making difficult choices on the material of paper for the invitation and the photos to choose. Whether you're planning for a grand wedding or a small, casual gathering, Mixbook.com provides a convenient, reliable, cost-effective way of creating your own wedding invitations with photos.

 

Design. The design process is where your imagination and creativity come to play. You need to find a suitable layout that will leave enough space for your text font to fit. Additionally, you need to match the font of the text with the theme of the wedding. If you're having a formal wedding, find the traditional "Times New Roman". For something casual, you can choose another font, so long as it blends with the theme.

 

Wedding Card. You need to select a card that has a visual appeal and can last for a long time. Such a card is somewhat more expensive than the ordinary mill printer papers. Therefore, you should go about the printing process cautiously, avoiding any mistakes. Preferably, print the layout first on a regular paper and once you are pleased with it, print it on the wedding card.

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