Guests will get the first impression of your holiday by receiving dusty blue wedding invitations. The beautiful design of the postcard will create an atmosphere of anticipation of the celebration for both the newlyweds and the guests. Therefore, it is not worth ignoring such an important stage of preparation.
Envelopes for wedding invitations in dusty blue color can be sealed with a wax seal with an ornament. Printing is done on thick cardstock or transparent acrylic with gold embossing. It looks especially chic.
Before ordering dusty blue wedding invitations, it's worth learning a little more about the rules for filling out such cards.
An individual approach to each guest is very important, understanding which audience will be present. If there will be guests mainly from your friends, then you can arrange it in a more relaxed form. For visitors of respectable age, the style should be more kept within strict limits with a respectful text. The dusty blue color of the postcards will look beautiful in any of the options.
The event's timing is usually written on the accompanying card. So that each guest can navigate by time and not linger. Usually the time of the painting, the wedding, the beginning of the banquet is indicated. If guests are expected before the painting of the house at one of the young, it is worth writing about it with an indication of the time and address.
The number of guests is also indicated on the invitations. Invite one person or with the other partner, is it possible to take the children with you. The program of the event may not include rooms for small children. That's why it's important.
Dusty blue invitations are used to inform guests about a possible dress code. Then your wedding will be held in the perfect color scheme and in the same style.
Do not forget that in the first line of invitations write the name of the bride, and then the groom. This is an unspoken etiquette that must be observed. When filling out postcards, use respectful words and a sincere attitude. You do not need to sign the invitation. Enough of the names of the young.