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Sunday, December 27, 2009

How To Use Script Typefaces Effectively for you wedding invitation

Fonts style is having very important role in wedding cards.
Typefaces (Fonts) that mimic cursive handwriting (script fonts) or fonts made from actual handwriting samples can convey a quiet elegance, personalize a form letter, or exude cheerfulness, playfulness or a casual mood. However, there are some places where script typefaces are inappropriate.

1. Match script fonts to the tone of your document. Choose a script typeface that is in keeping with the overall tone of your document — whether formal, informal, elegant, or casual. Script faces that mimic the actual handwriting of someone are generally more informal or casual than the formal script fonts used in Wedding invitations, for example.

2. Say no to ALL CAPS for script fonts. Don't use script faces in ALL CAPS. They are much harder to read.

3. Don't mix scripts. Avoid mixing two or more script faces in a single document. They usually clash.

4. Give script fonts more room. Allow extra character or line spacing for script faces with exaggerated features or extra curves, swashes, and curls.

5. Keep lines of text short. Avoid long lines and complete paragraphs of only script type. It is usually too difficult to read.


1. Match script fonts with graphics. Match the tone of your script typeface with the tone of the graphics used in your publication — casual with casual, etc.

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Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Types of Wedding Invitations

A wedding invitation is a critical piece of documentation that conveys far more than just the time and place of the nuptials. An invitation may offer a hint of the wedding’s theme, colors, or formality, may introduce guests to the happy couple, and may provide a way for guests to respond to the attendance request. Brides- and grooms-to-be need to understand all the subtleties of an appropriate wedding invitation in order to choose invites that express not only the proper information, but also the joy they feel in their upcoming celebration.

Types of Wedding Invitations
There are many different types of wedding invitations couples can choose from, such as:
* A range of sizes and shapes, including rectangular, square, bi-fold, tri-fold, note card, embossed, and other formats.
* Themed invitations suitable for a beach wedding, Disney wedding, western wedding, or any other specialized event.
* Invitations with customized enclosures such as RSVP cards, pew cards, or maps.
* Invitation sets with coordinated envelopes, seals, tissues, and ribbons.
* A rainbow of colors to match any wedding palette.
* A wide variety of traditional designs, from abstract borders to bride and groom clipart images.
* More casual invites for bridal showers or other wedding-related events.

Couples should choose wedding invitations that match their personalities, the theme and formality of their event, and their budget, but there are also other considerations to be made.
Invitation Considerations

Simply choosing a clever, pretty, or economical wedding invitation is not enough when selecting the perfect way to invite guests to share in such a special day. Other considerations include:

* How much will a complete invitation, with all enclosures and return postage on the RSVP card, cost to mail?
* Is the invitation legible for every guest?
* How easy will the invitations be to assemble, address, and mail?
* Have extra invitations been ordered as mementos and to account for misdirected mail or additions to the guest list?
* Has a proof copy of the invitation been reviewed for proper spelling and accurate details?

With careful consideration, planning, and coordination, couples can easily find beautiful wedding invitations to include everyone in their celebration, whether they are interested in a unique wedding invitation, a classically elegant card, or a fun and carefree invitation note.

Initial Author: Ann M.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Wedding Invitation of the Year

This red colored wedding card says nothing but still reveals all secrets of the Hindu tradition. Face mantled with two-way opening with the work of glittering provides shining path to the valued guests. A gleaming Wooly paper inside ties two plain sheets of the invitation card. The envelope, card and the pain sheets, all are decorated with the same pattern of designs. Thus, leaving no words unsaid to shower a warm welcome over the visitors.

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