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Thinking about making your own invitations?

Thinking about making your own invitations?

Here are some simple tips to make your invitations stand out 

The thought of designing your own invitation can appear at first glance, to be a daunting task. But once you know what you want to say the rest can be made very simple using the ancient art of, Chee-ting. One of the most effective ways to make your invitations stand out with minimum fuss is to let your office stationary do the hard work for you.
    • Use a good quality, heavy weight paper or card - Try sourcing a 300g+ paper, this will give your handy work a good quality feel
    • Size is everything - It doesn't have to be bigger, just different from the norm. Try an A5 (C5) size to show you're environmentally conscious or a square envelope for impact
    • Use your fonts - We all have a favorite font that we like to write in. Think about what tone of voice you want and spend two minutes finding a font the best represents what you are trying to say
    • Less is almost always more - Keep your layout simple, your text short and punchy. You can always have a separate information insert for things like travel arrangements and RSVP details
Try putting something together yourself for that next event. Using the art of Chee-ting is by no way the same as cheating!!


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