Published at Wednesday, October 09th, 2019 - 04:16:18 AM. Wedding. By Huguetta Coste.
The choice of font should be complementing the design as well! So, more ornate styles would be appropriate for traditional cards and simpler forms would be more suitable for contemporary invites. Also, make sure the font you have chosen makes reading easy. Your guests should be able to access every bit of information provided, without much of a trouble.
If it raining… And this is the worst situation of all (And Uncle Frank comes in here!!!), photograph the immediate party in the church (That is the Bride, Groom, Ushers, Bridesmaids and parents). Go to the reception, create a space and then focus on the families and all the guests. Get a high vantage point (Stand on a table) and get everyone to look up at you. Crop the image so that the surroundings can t be seen in post production…
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