Last but not least-you also need to consider paper selection. Papers are rated in terms of paper weight. Some of the most common include 100#, 110#, 120#, 130# and Cover. I advise my brides to not go less than 100#. Avoid text weight papers all together. These will not give the desired value of thickness for the occasion. Papers can also be referred to with points: 12, 14 and 16. A higher the point will give a heavier weight. Some specialty papers include Felt Weaves, Linens, Metallic and Brown Kraft.
Most printers today will print your invitations on a digital press to keep costs down. Color can shift with this method from one print job to another. So it's important to order your main stationary such as invitations RSVP cards, and directions at the same time in one order. Offset printing is an option for brides looking to match a particular color; however, this will require a increased budget.
Every season brings us new color palettes that emerge as the hottest and most up-to-date trends of the year. In 2013, we will see vintage birds and birdcages combined with mint as just one of those "must have" combinations.
At Pier 9, I have a passion meeting with brides and unveiling their unique style and see it come to life through design. Whether it's Vintage, Classic, Modern, or a Destination Wedding- every bride has a vision that can be married to her event. Pier 9 promises to make it happen! Your wedding day is a celebration that is all about you! Make your invitations follow suit!
For more information please contact Sarah Viera Event Planning & Design
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