By Tia Mccarty. Party Invitations. Published at Saturday, January 27th, 2018 - 16:30:31 PM.
1.Photo Invitations - Write your invitation on a large piece of card that is big enough to read from a distance. Get your party child to hold it in front of themselves, or if its really big perhaps have them stand next to it, but whatever they do they must have a huge cheesy grin on their little face. Now it is as simple as taking a picture, printing them on your home computer or through your local photo processing shop on standard 10 x 15 cm photo paper. If you want to make them more card like just paste brightly coloured card to the back, or alternatively laminate them.
The paper tube is another type of invitation tube commonly used. The downside of this is that the paper tube is not very durable. Therefore, before placing your invitation in the tube place the invitation in a plastic Ziploc bag and then place it in the tube to be mailed. Hand decorating the outside of the tueb is an option that adds a unique, special touch to it. This tube can be colored or designed prior to being used. This will give the tube an added touch. Plastic tubes are also another option besides paper and clear tubes. These tubes are very durable and can hold different types of party invitations. These tubes are a little sturdier and more secure for the invitations. The invitations that are mailed in these tubes can not be seen until the tubes are opened.
Wedding announcements wording, elopement announcements wording, and engagement announcements wording will all be fairly alike. These announcements are simply to tell people that you have wed, or that you will be wed. Elopement announcement wording can be much like wedding announcement wording and does not necessarily need to include the fact that you have eloped. Something such as, \"Ms. Elizabeth Clark and Richard Dayton were married on June 30, 2007\" would be appropriate.
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