You have seen these lovely shapes, cuts and designs that you are dying to try out for your very own wedding. The first step is to get the materials for your DIY wedding invitations, and the best place to start is with DIY kits for these invitations, especially with the no-fold variety as everything can be done up differently to the norm that is there in the wedding industry. From different shapes to cuts, edges and much more, you can add a creative touch to your wedding invitations and stationery with the likes of no-fold invites.
Wedding Invitation Shapes
The most obvious shape you might like to add to your card design could very well be a heart shape, whether it is perfectly symmetrical or even slightly lopsided with some personality. Then there are circular shapes that you can put to use, with the likes of a perfect circle or ring design, to the ovals and even a cloud design inspired by ‘cloud no. 9’. There is no saying you cannot opt for the traditional square or rectangular wedding invitations, but adding some personality and some pizazz would go a long way.
With some proper measurements and a handy scissor, you can have your DIY invite kits cut in the way you want. As these DIY invitation kits are offered with the invitation print, getting a few samples delivered beforehand would save you the time to try out a few trials to see which shape is the best fit for your wedding vision. You could also get yourself a cutter that allows you to cut the card design into the shape of your choosing.
Trims and Edge Designs
Apart from the shape of what your no-fold DIY wedding invitation kit can be transformed into, you can also add to the look of the shape by using trims and edge designs. The easiest way to add some dimensions to something with flat edges (in the shape of square or rectangle) would be to add a trim to the corners, such as scallop, pointed edges and so forth.
The options of going for frame designs for such shapes of your no-fold DIY wedding invitations would also be a good idea, such as that of luxe frames such as Bombay Luxe, Ornate Luxe, Tuscan Luxe, Hampton Luxe to name a few. There is also the bubble frame, which gives a rounded look to your wedding card. If this does not seem like something you could like to opt for there are always punches that offer you the possibility of adding the likes of lace, and scallop trims for a die-cut effect on your wedding invitation card.