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Unique Ways to Add Personality to Your Wedding Invitation – Our Guide

Wedding planning involves a lot of things, and it can be overwhelming at some point. Of course, you want to have the best wedding of a lifetime—one that will be written in the books. The one thing you would want to do is to make your wedding as unique and special as possible. 

The first impressions of the style and standard of your special day, a taste of wonderful things to come, start with your wedding invitations. While others may think that a wedding invitation is just another piece of paper, a wedding invitation is a surefire way to tell people your love story and set the stage for your wedding day.

It is crucial to incorporate individual personality into your wedding. Without the groom and bride’s personal touches to their wedding stationery, it will just be another wedding day. That is why it is essential to inject some of what makes you unique and special to make your wedding unforgettable. 

Here are some tips on how to add personality and unique style to your wedding invitations, filled with hints of you as soon-to-be husband and wife.

1. Choose your words wisely

The words you choose to be written on your wedding invitation can be a reflection of who you are as a couple. If you can speak and understand multiple languages, create a unique way to express yourself. Or if you adore a particular font, you can show it with fun and creative wordings. Do not hesitate to interpret traditions and cultures in whichever way represents you the most as a couple. You can be as creative and original as you want with your wordings. Do not be obligated to use customary wordings for your wedding invitation.

2. Custom watercolour crest

There is an interesting thought in including custom crests to your wedding invitation. Family crests date back as early as the Medieval times. It was a great way to tell the story of a family’s heritage and resembled the pride and honour of a family name that has been passed on for generations. Nowadays, these crests are making a huge come-back and with a more contemporary twist. You can choose to have a custom crest designed with calligraphy monogram and watercolour florals. Special items or symbols that represent your relationship can also be included. You can also add a short quote at the bottom of the crest. 

3. Wedding venues

The location of your wedding can be a reflection of who you are as a couple and can have a significant meaning for both of you. Maybe it’s where you two first met, or it could be the same venue where your parents got married. You can show these venues in your wedding invitation to show its importance to your life.

If you are wine lovers and planning to have the wedding in a barrel barn, why not design an invitation with black, gold, navy, or burgundy tones? Or if you are kind of a couple who loves art, why not incorporate calligraphy in your wedding invitation with roaming art canapes in an art gallery?

Whatever you decide to do, make sure to stay consistent and stay true and focused on what really matters to both of you. Do not let the shackles of conventional expectations lock you in. When it comes to creativity, the sky’s the limit. 

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