Today, we’re breaking up with photo wedding invitations.
(GASP) No, no. Really, it’s okay…
It’s been a good run, but it’s time to move on.
So, here’s our list for why we just can’t be together anymore:
5. You’re always glossy, all the time. Some variation in texture would be nice.
4. You’re flat… one dimensional. I’m looking for more- something my guests can interact with!
3. You’re good at showing my guests whose wedding they’ll be at… but 7 different poses is overkill.
2. You look nice for a post card, but not for the biggest day of my life.
1. You can only be a 6 on the “formal” scale. I want a 10.
So, photo wedding invitations, we’re through. Though we may see you come around every now and then, we know we’ve made the right move.
Thanks for all the good times.
The Modern Bride
If you’re feeling some withdrawals from the breakup, be strong! Don’t turn back. Focus on the things that will be better for your invitations in the long run. Things like:
- A clutter-free main piece. Whether your invitations are elegant or casual, it’s much classier not to use a photo on your main piece. If you include a photo, do so as an enclosure. Use your lovely faces as an accessory, not the star of the show.
- Invitations that more effectively set the tone for your wedding. We’ve seen it countless times; a photo wedding invitation that (by its nature) has an informal feeling to it… so the guests show up to your formal event in business casual clothing. It’s embarrassing for everyone, so do your guests a favor and reflect the tone of your wedding in the invitations!
- You can create an experience for your guests. Using an Envelopments pocket, for example, can create an incredible experience for your guests- like opening a present! There are lots of ways you can compile your invitation, enclosure cards, photo, and RSVP. If you need ideas, browse our gallery!
Have you “broken up” with photo invitations? Leave us a comment and tell us how!
Here’s today’s pinnable… Enjoy!