How to Design a Wedding Invitation Card: Part 4

6. Decoration! 
A plain wedding invitation is usually a no-go unless you are aiming for the minimalistic aesthetic, but even then you would put some simple decorations on the design. So people would normally add some decoration to their wedding invitations, whether it would be a simple straight line or a curvy line to divide the sections of the invitation or sometimes people would add a line wrapping the corners of the invitation card. It all depends on your wedding aesthetic, so choose carefully before you print and send it to your guests.

7. Printing them.
As with any other printed medium, you need to make sure that you are using CYMK colours instead of RGB, because RGB is designed to be seen in a monitor and CYMK is designed to be in a printed medium, most of the time you could easily convert the RGB colours into CYMK colours. Another thing you need to know is that you need to give some space at the end of your cards, use marks and bleeding so the printing company can easily cut it without cutting into your actual card.

While it does seem daunting to actually design your own wedding invitation card, but once you have finished your design hopefully you will feel satisfied with the end result. Once you have your design in hand, the next thing to do is to actually print them, and if you want to print wedding cards in Singapore, worry not as you have many options available online.