Use a neutral colour for the cards themselves, then add colour through printing, embellishments or ribbons, or use coloured card and make a great statement. Card textures can make a big difference to the overall feel of an invitation, from rustic matte textures to contemporary pearlescent effects to vintage tapestry styles. Consider printing or foil stamping the front of the cards, or use peel_off stickers (with a steady hand!).
Design Tips (And Options) For DIY Wedding INVITATIONS _ Now that you've covered how you'll be printing or creating your invite, let's talk about how you'll put your information together in a pretty way. Designing Your Own: If you're choosing to design your own DIY wedding invitations, you probably have a good idea of what you're hoping it will look like. You might even have a grasp of some of the skills you'll be bringing to the table to make that vision a reality. Or, you're hoping to learn a little more about the process and designing in general. Or maybe you just want to get a little crafty. All of these reasons, and more, are good reasons to do your own invites. We've got a whole bunch of extra tutorials, in case you want to brush up on a few skills before you put proverbial pen to paper.