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If you have not yet started the process of choosing invitations for your upcoming wedding, you are in for an interesting experience. Many couples have no idea of the massive choices that they will be faced with and soon become frustrated and confused. This is common but by allowing yourself enough time, you can learn about all the various options to ensure you purchase the exact type of wedding invitation you want.

Your wedding invitations, which include the envelopes, response card, and reception card, are comprised of three primary features. The first is the type of paper, the second is the color of ink, and the third is the type of print, or font style. Different style weddings have different style invitations. For instance, you would not send out a wedding invitation on blue, recycled paper for a formal wedding nor would you send out a wedding invitation on creamy white vellum for a medieval theme wedding.

Regardless of where you order your wedding invitations, you will discover several options for paper. If you plan to order through an online business and do not know exactly what these types of paper look and feel like, you should really visit a stationary shop to see for yourself before ordering on the Internet. This will help you choose the type of paper that best matches your wedding.

For casual or informal weddings, you might consider cotton, recycled, or even linen paper. For weddings that are formal but still a bit laid back, linen, vellum, parchment, textured/laid, or Fabriano Deckled Edge paper would be great choices. If your wedding will be the next best thing to a Royal wedding, choose between floral petal, Japanese Handmade, or Italian Hand-painted paper.

Just as with the paper, ink also plays a significant role in the final appearance of your wedding invitation. Once again, for casual, informal, or themed weddings, you can always go with the standard black. Other colors that would be appropriate include a light or dark gray, navy blue, burgundy, olive green, forest green, or any shade of brown, ranging from clay to chocolate to terra cotta. For formal weddings, you can choose black, but in this case, you probably want to go with a nice gold, silver, or copper, or even a combination of black and then one of the metallic colors.

Finally, there is the question about font. Back in the days of the typewriter, you had three primary font choices, Courier, Arial, and Times. Today, there are literally thousands upon thousands of options. What makes fonts so great is that because they are so versatile, you can use them for both informal and formal wedding invitations. A few choices to consider include Bernhard Fashion, Citadel, Florentine, English Script, Copperplate, and Shelley Allegro.

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