6 Tips for Designing Top Tier Wedding Invitations


Your wedding invitations, a unique reflection of your wedding theme and style, are a significant part of your special day. They offer the first glimpse into the distinctive ambience you're creating. Designing a standout wedding invitation will not only generate excitement but also ensure that your guests remember to RSVP, thanks to the lasting impression your invite will make.

Creating a sophisticated save-the-date and invitation style that perfectly aligns with your vision of the big day can be a creative adventure. You have the freedom to imagine and design, knowing that your wedding invites will leave a lasting imprint on your guests.

Use High-Quality Paper and Printing

In the first instance, you need to make sure you're using a high-quality paper and printing service. Your wedding invitations need to be printed on something more substantial than plain A4 white paper, so choosing handmade paper or thicker paper will work better for you.

Then you need to make sure the printing service you choose is high quality, and you have proof of the results prior to ordering. Using a high-quality paper and printing service can enhance the visual appeal of your invitations, making them more memorable for your guests. Upgrades like metal foiling can really help you go the extra mile to make a statement.

Print the Envelope

Adding your chosen design or colours to the envelope and using the same font as your invite can really help your envelope stand out, especially if it needs to be posted. To do this, you can either print the entire envelope with your design or use a stamp to add a design element. Get creative and weave your bouquet's flowers into the envelope. Add a ribbon design to tie it together or another design to embellish the envelope, not just its contents.

Boxed Invitations

Go one step further than a standard paper invite and send out a box invitation. To create a boxed invitation, start by choosing a box that fits your invitation and any 'little extras' you want to include. Note that you don’t have to only include the invite itself, but you can choose a style that moves away from the standard invite size and shape. You can include little extras in the box, such as a magnet to save the date, a small candle, or anything else you feel is representative of your wedding and personality.

Add a Rubber Seal

If the rubber seal reminds you of Harry Potter, firstly, you're not alone. Second, think about the fact that the seal alone triggers that memory for you. Can you use this to your advantage to help you create that memory for your guests? A rubber seal on the envelope instantly elevates the invite and makes it seem more personal and important than simply sticking it on the envelope. To use a rubber seal, you can either purchase pre-made seals or create your own using a stamp and wax. Paired with an off-white or coloured envelope, a rubber seal could be exactly what you're looking for.

Get Creative with Your Invite

Why not think outside the box and have some fun with your wedding invites? It doesn't need to be on paper; it can be anything and everything you wish. You can send out video e-vites to save on printing costs and make it more personal and fun. You can choose to be the main focus or make a mini trailer of the venue to create an invite that is guaranteed to be something people remember. You can bake the date onto cookies, add a note on a box of sweets, or in a pop-up card that ejects confetti when opened. All of these ideas can be tailored to the type of couple you are and the type of wedding you will be having, ensuring that your wedding starts with a bang and is remembered as the most memorable one.

Pocket Invitations

It's not an invite that fits into a pocket, but more an invite with pockets in. These invites are ideal for multiple events or cards they need for different dates. For example, if you are creating an invite for your bridesmaids or groomsmen, you can add in date cards for any bridal parties or stag events, you can include pre-wedding dinners or rehearsals for those in the immediate wedding party or add in separate invites for both the ceremony and the evening party so people can attend one or both. Other options include adding to your dress code, rules for the day, i.e., no children, or even directions, menus, or anything else people need to know. This way, you've thought of everything all at once!

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How to Dress to Fit your Mood and Personality


Your choice of clothing does much more than meet the eye; not only makes you look good, but also serves as a subtle yet powerful form of nonverbal communication, offering insights into your mood and personality. Whether it's the vibrant colours you wear on a joyful day or the structured outfit that makes you feel confident during a crucial meeting, every piece of clothing tells a story.

In this article I will explore the deeper connection between what you wear and how you feel. So hopefully you will discover how to choose outfits that not only express your current emotions but also positively influence your well-being and confidence.

Casual Style Reflecting an Easygoing Personality

Casual attire is all about comfort, letting you move freely and feel relaxed. Whether it's jeans and a T-shirt or a crop top paired with high-waisted jeans, the key is to feel confident and comfortable in what you wear. This laid-back approach is inviting and shows off your down-to-earth personality, making it easier for people to relate to you and connect positively. Opt for bold colours or unique textures to add a playful touch and showcase your confidence and love for fashion experimentation.

Your choice of colours can also reveal your mood. Bright and vibrant colours often indicate a cheerful and upbeat mood, while neutral tones like navy or grey might suggest a more subdued vibe. How groomed you are in your casual attire can also reflect your mood. Taking the time to groom yourself shows confidence and a positive attitude, while a more relaxed grooming style gives off a carefree vibe.

Creative Fashion Trends to Embrace Individuality

Adding fashion trends allows you to explore new styles, colours, and combinations. It showcases your creativity and openness to change. Setting fashion trends involves innovative styling techniques. It can be layering unconventional pieces, accessorising boldly, or restyling clothing items in creative ways.

One way to add non-conventional fashion and express individuality is to wear a kaftan style dress, which often brings a bohemian and free-spirited vibe. This helps you express your individuality through artistic clothing choices.

You can also add a knitted crop top, which will add uniqueness to your style by showcasing the designers or artisans craftsmanship and creativity. They showcase handcrafted details like crochet patterns, stitching, or unique textures. Also, crop top shirts for women bring a classic pattern into the modern day with a stylish crop, perfect for adding a bit of edge to a casual outfit.

Formal Attire for Professional Confidence

Your attire is not just about covering your body; it’s a form of self-expression that communicates your mood and personality to the world. Opting for well-tailored formal clothing can give a confident and professional appearance. Whether you're heading to an important meeting, a job interview, or a formal event, your choice of formal attire speaks volumes about your dedication, reliability, and ambition.

How you carry yourself in formal attire reveals your mood as well. To make an assertive impact, you should have a confident posture, direct eye contact, and open body language. This portrays you as someone who is capable, organised, and ready to tackle any challenge that comes your way.

You can add a tie that complements your suit and shirt. Go for silk ties and tie them neatly to complete your formal look. For additional crispiness, you can coordinate your belt with your shoe colour. Prefer keeping your accessories minimal as they can be distractors for your look.

Emotional Expression Through Colour

Expressing emotions through colour might not be something you consciously consider when choosing your outfit for the day. Still, you often find yourself gravitating toward certain colours based on your mood. You've probably noticed how a bright, vibrant dress can uplift your spirits one day, while a darker-coloured outfit might match a more subdued mood another day.

When you opt for bold reds, like crimson or scarlet, you're likely to feel a surge of confidence and convey a strong sense of empowerment. This makes red a powerful choice for occasions where you want to assert yourself or exude professionalism. On the other hand, soft pastel colours such as mint green, baby blue, or blush pink tend to evoke feelings of calmness, creating a peaceful and harmonious atmosphere.

It's perfectly natural to have personal associations with specific colours based on your past experiences or memories. For example, wearing your favourite colour might bring about feelings of comfort or nostalgia, contributing to a positive emotional state.

While your clothes don't define you, they can be a powerful tool for self-expression and confidence. The way you dress can influence your mood and energy and communicate a message to those around you. So, embrace fashion as a way to showcase your unique personality, but remember, true confidence comes from within.

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