How to Design a Wedding Invitation Card: Part 2


2. Pick the right dimension.
As the tradition goes, usually an invitation is sent out via mail, therefore you need an envelope to put your invitation cards in. So, it is best for you to check out the size of envelopes that are available to you, then you can use its size for reference for your invitation card. If you want to eliminate the envelope altogether, you can make it into a postcard size and you can just add a stamp and off they go. Another point to consider is the orientation of your invitation letter, landscape, portrait or maybe a square? It is up to you and your loved one to decide. Traditionally it is the orientation is a portrait, but if you want to try landscape, then, by all means, do it. Another reason to try the landscape orientation is that you can fit more info into it without having to print the backside of the invitation card because most of the time a wedding invitation does not have any fold, so it is important to be mindful about which orientation your wedding invitation going to be.
3. What should be written on the invitation card?
Generally speaking, put in as many details about your wedding venue, the exact location of it, the date and time of the wedding, the direction to the venue from the nearest exit road, or maybe how to get there by public transport, so everyone can reach the venue without being lost on the road. You could also put your wedding website if you have one or maybe add a hashtag of your wedding so people could share it later in their social media feed.
If you are thinking about printing your wedding invitation in Singapore, these tips might not be enough for you. Check the next part of the article to find out more.