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Calligraphy Wedding Invitation Tips

Calligraphy is a special form of handwriting that would be perfect to use with your wedding invitations. You can send your invitations to be handwritten by a specialist but because of the time that he will spent on it you can easily use a printing business that does wedding announcement cards. These businesses have specific computer programs that print the Calligraphy handwriting style faster and more efficient on your wedding announcement cards.

Most of the people believe that by printing these wedding cards than making them by hand it will not show the same effect and their calligraphy hand-written invitations will not be unique. This is not true. There are many websites online that you can explore and see several examples of printed wedding cards with printed calligraphy on them together with the type of printer that is used and the type of ink and paper. It is very difficult to find a difference between them and the real hand-written.

Calligraphy is a unique style that appropriate for style and for more formal wedding cards. With the equipment and the technology in the modern days you can get the top quality of this type of wedding announcement card for your special event and the guests will be surprised. Read the rest of this entry »

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Wedding Invitation Wording Basics

The language of wedding invitations conveys specific meaning, but many brides are unfamiliar with the nuances. Add to that the confusing array of family members in the contemporary family, the question of who is paying for the wedding, and other special situations, and it is no wonder that brides can get stumped trying to write their wedding invitations! Get it all sorted out by learning the basics of wedding invitation wording.

For generations, wedding invitations were worded in a fairly consistent manner, which made life easy for brides. The standard wedding invitation for a church goes as follows:

Mr. and Mrs. Howard James

Request the honour of your presence

at the marriage of their daughter

Caroline Anne

to

Mr. Charles Young

Saturday, the fifth of June

Two thousand and eleven

at one o’clock in the afternoon

St. Andrew Church

Stamford, Connecticut

A separate smaller card about half the size of the invitation is included which states:

Reception immediately following the ceremony

Green Gables Country Club

Stamford, Connecticut

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