There are many styles of cheap wedding invitations today to supply the huge demand in the market. Here we talk about some other styles that are not too often used.
Engraving is an age old process where the paper is stamped with a mold, leaving an indentation or imprint on the paper. You should plan on about six weeks, or more, for delivery of the final product once you’ve approved the design and content. Engraved invitations are more popular for formal weddings.
Another cost effective solution is printed invitations. Most professional printers offer a wide array of selection and styles. Turnaround times for printed invitations are better than most other alternatives as well.
Calligraphy is elegant and stylish and gives flair of the “old fashioned”. Usually special training is required for that “perfect Calligraphy” look. You should allow plenty of time if you choose to go this route.
Take a basic invitation can add flair, style and a personal touch of your own. This approach is almost always gives a unique and inner glimpse of you and your fiance! Hand colored invitations may also be nice for personal and close weddings.
Box Set Style
Quick and easy, boxed set invitations come essentially prepared for you, in a wide array of designs and styles. It’s then up to you what you add and how you “dress them up” and what the end result is.