Styling your wedding can include many items and elements, but most of it is displayed in the likes of your wedding invitations and other stationery. If you are a DIY bride and like the use of labels and borders to add detailing to your DIY wedding invitations and stationery, then read on as you can gather insight into what you can do to transform your creations into something magical.
The choice of labelling or use of frames relates to the style you choose; whether it’s a traditional or modern style, and accordingly, the design, shaping and elements put into it will transform your overall wedding invite design as a whole. However, when borders are put into place, it essentially falls on the fact that the design that is set within the border(s) is considered of traditional or modern design.
Traditional designs tend to be more intricate, rounded or with a lot of detailing pertaining to the era of style design, whereas modern designs look towards more sleek or crisp lines which can be accented with colour or even with a fusion of various styles. This factors into labelling, frames, and borders as well, but are different when put into context.
If you take labels and frames into consideration, the types of designs and shapes differ according to the styling you opt for and the following are some options that you can definitely use in your DIY wedding invitations. These designs are ideal whether you are opting to use stickers, stamps, or printed labels, or even, illustrated onto your DIY stationery for your wedding. In terms of the border you want to use, it can be anything from the likes of filigree, damask, stripes, or any other pattern that may go with the traditional or modern styling that you have chosen for your DIY wedding invitations.
As border designs are straightforward, we will look into the different types of labels you might choose to go with, and some examples in terms of theme, shape, and design.
- Classical Vintage Framing with Old World Inspirations: This features ornate designs with floral, leaf and similar motifs and is usually rounded in design, as either a circle or oval design.
- Elegant Brocade Designs with Victorian Inspirations: Feature shapes such as square, rectangle or even ovals and circles with an elegant brocade working featured in the border skirting of the label shape. You can add foil printing to this to make it pop.
- Shapes within Shapes: This type include a design on the outer shape such as square or a rectangle with a circular or oval shape in it, and the designs or patterns will be featured within the space of the two shapes.
- Borders on Label Shapes: This features an intricate edge design such as lace added to the skirting of the shape to make it stand out, whereas the shape of the label in itself stands out in a different colour
- Retro Shapes and Designs: This features a modern but retro look where you have your standard shapes for labels, some with rounded corners and others with more personality added to it, but the pop of colour and distinctive modern patterns makes it stand out.