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Winter Wedding Invitations - The Best Style For Your Ceremony

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Submitted 2010-04-07 00:00:00
While the weather outside might be frightful, your winter nuptials are sure to be delightful. That's why it's important to select winter wedding invitations that set the scene for your guests.

Winter images

The graceful branches of a bare tree. Falling snowflakes. Late winter crocuses. A snow-covered gate. There's virtually no limit to the design images you might use for a winter marriage invitation. Check out these possibilities:

Just because you're using winter wedding invitations doesn't mean you need to ditch floral themes. Crisp white roses, bold red amaryllis, and graceful lilies are all ideal designs for winter nuptials. If your ceremony is during the Christmas holiday, holly or poinsettias can also set the stage for your guests.

Holiday flowers aren't the only designs you could consider for a Christmas marriage invitation. Other motif ideas include ornaments, Christmas trees, candy canes and stars. Online wedding invite specialists offer bold, modern versions of these images as well as casual, and sometimes, comical versions.

To personalize your winter wedding invitations, add a photo of you and your loved one. It can be a playful pic of the two of you in a snowball battle or a romantic photograph of you and your future spouse walking down a snow-covered path hand in hand. Incorporating personal photos into your marriage invitation is easy by shopping on wedding invite sites. It doesn't take a tech genius to add photos to the stationery either. Simply upload the files to the website. If you run into trouble, contact the company's customer service department for help.

Winter colors

Your seasonal invitations shouldn't be limited to traditional Christmas-y colors like red and green. Cool shades of blue or green are ideal winter ceremony colors. Warm, deep shades of red, like maroon or burgundy, often convey warmth despite the chill in the air.

Borders are another ideal way to add color to your marriage invitation. A white invite lined with a bold red border is another stunning idea for wintertime invites, especially for a Christmas wedding.

Winter paper

Set a snow-like scene for the winter wedding invitations by using a bright white paper. Combined with a bold red or metallic border, this type of invite will wow your guests. Shimmery papers and sparkly overlays will also tie into your wintertime theme.

For a marriage invitation that gets guests talking, order paper die-cut into the shape of a snowflake. One style of winter wedding invitations comes as a set of three die-cut snowflakes linked together with white ribbon: the first snowflake is printed with the names of you and your future spouse; the second snowflake is printed with the invitation wording; the final snowflake has the reception information.

From fun and festive to romantic and refined, you'll be able to find winter wedding invitations that get guests in the mood.
Author Resource:- Rose Watson reviews wedding invitation sites to help you find the perfect wedding invitations. If you want more information about winter wedding invitations and where to find them, go to:
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