For you who are planning a wedding, wedding invitation cards can be made with unique shapes. Wedding invitation cards are an important part that must be prepared when going to do a wedding. This time you can make the invitation card a little unique and different. Guests will certainly feel impressed to attend your wedding. Here are some unique wedding invitation recommendations that can be an inspiration for you
- Invitation Cards with Notification Themes
Notifications usually often appear when you open various applications or websites. This can be used as an idea for making invitations. Design paper using the notification theme along with the notification button labeled “Save” or “Save File”, and don’t forget to place the cursor to make it look more realistic.
- Label Invitation Card
One of the unique ideas for invitations is to use the form of product labels. You can use brown paper to emphasize a more vintage impression. The use of Samson paper will also reduce your expenses. You can also include photos of you and your partner behind your wedding information.
- Use a Balloon Surface
This one card does not use paper as its information center, but uses a balloon. Attach the balloon to cardboard with the writing showing the instructions for blowing the balloon so that it can read the message on its surface. So unique right?
- Invitation Card in the Form of a Passport
Passports are usually used when someone is going to another country by plane. However, this passport is a passport to come to your wedding. Fill in important information by using the columns in the passport. Enter your photo with your partner in the photo column.
- Hologram Invitation Cards
Invited guests will surely be curious about what’s behind the hologram. Making a hologram is quite easy because it only requires round acrylic paint.
- Invitation Cards for Movie Poster Concepts
You can use your photo pre-wedding or other photos, give a title, give quotes and also include your name and partner. Don’t forget to give the date and time of your wedding on the invitation poster sheet.