Important Elements for traditional wedding invitations
Have to design a wedding invite? Wondering how to put all the essential info together? The process can become an overwhelming responsibility because you dare not forget details! This read gives you a few ideas to build perfect traditional trendy wedding cards. Here you go!
- A space must be provided on the invitation cover for the name of your guest, followed by a postal address and contact number in case of physical invites.
- If traditional wedding cards are your choice, you may want to begin with a religious verse to give it an auspicious start. Likewise, religious lines or symbols could be a part of the cover.
- Full names of the bride and groom, as well as the family name (if any), are an obvious inclusion. Most invites can become a medium to express who the other immediate family members are.
- Be it modern or traditional wedding cards, physical or digital, there are always some non-negotiable aspects – the date, time, and venue must be mentioned and should be error-free. The wedding venue also needs to be mentioned with the full address, prominent landmarks, and location.
- Ceremonial details make communications flawless. This can include any themes or dress codes you may have decided. Some ceremonies could be a mix of many smaller ones where the invitees may want to decide if they must be prepared with additional clothing or accessories, or it can help guests manage their time better.
- The way to true happiness is the stomach! Food is always an integral part of any celebration or even any auspicious occasion. Mentioning that invitees can join for specific meals gives a sense of comfort and warmth. Besides, you are helping your guests decide better about their home-prepped meals.
- Ceremonial details also often give a fair idea of food availability and meal timings.
- End on a good note. Adding a few lines to express your eagerness to have a loved one join the occasion to wish or bless the new couple can explicate the value of their presence. It also helps conclude the card’s content.
Finally, go minimalistic. There are loads on your content checklist by now, but designing traditional wedding cards in a way that looks less crowded and more organised, and using short phrases or symbols in place of lengthy sentences can give an organised look and feel for sure.