You are probably racking your brain trying to figure out what you can do that is unique but will still hold true to the vision that you wanted for your big day to make sure that you are a DIY bride. With DIY wedding invitations, there are many ways in which you can go about it, be it with the raw materials you use, to how you go about doing them up with techniques and coming up with new ways for a wow-effect. There are some great trends out there, and in this edition of DIY Invitation, we are suggesting a few ways to spruce up your creations.
If you were opting for a floral themed wedding, the common norm would be to opt for photographic or even illustrated flowers on your wedding invites and stationery. Nevertheless, there is another lovely and more personalised way you can DIY your wedding invite and that would be using pressed flowers of your choosing and including them strategically with the layout design and invitation wording.
Another great way to go about making a personal wedding invitation is to tell a story. Nowadays, once you have purchased the necessary amount of DIY wedding invitations and stationery kits plus some as a buffer stock just in case, you can illustrate or even use typography for a great story. This would a spectacular way to share your love and your history with your invitees.
Pocket wedding invitations are great, especially if you are sending across more than just the wedding invitation. You can style and design your DIY wedding pocket invitations, starting with the way they open up, the alignment and how the sleeves are positioned in various ways. Then there are the ways in which you can accessorise it, from individual ribbons to those paired up with buckles and more embellishments.
Another great way to liven up your blank DIY wedding invitation kits would be with the likes of stamps, drawings, and illustrations. There are many styles out there that you can opt for, which include the likes of iconography, monograms and custom stamps to feature the likes of your portrait silhouettes, minimalistic illustrations with solid backdrops, dramatic patterns using contrasting colours, blush accents for a sleek and refined ethereal look, and even kitsch chic with colourful pattern and folk art illustrations. All these styles are great ways in which you can create a great impression. There is one more option, which is known as dual designs, where you instil a lovely and contrasting pattern on the back of the invitation and bring it forward cohesively to create a lovely flowing design.
With suggestions such as these, you will have a beautiful DIY wedding invitation in no time. Try out a few samples and see which of these options are the best suited for your big day.