A wedding is a costly affair and its expenses are not a piece of cake. Many brides try to save money at each point of the wedding preparation. However, this will not affect the quality if you order ordinary wedding invitations. We know how to make simple wedding invitations inexpensively, but very stylish and fashionable. We use the minimalist style for this, we indicate only the main information, and we compose the set taking into account the wishes of the young.
The original design, the use of exquisite fonts, and the combination of colours will make a simple wedding invitation extraordinary. Guests will appreciate your taste, and choice of design and understand that they will have a wonderful holiday in a wonderful atmosphere.
Printing began to develop only in the 20th century. Prior to this time, a simple wedding invitation was passed by heralds in a loud voice. To do this, they overcame unimaginable distances from village to village. They were doing their job. In the old days, they loved to celebrate weddings on a grand scale.
The nobles, who could pay with coins, ordered ordinary wedding invitations from the monks, as they were skilled in calligraphy. Hand-written invitations were very expensive. But, with the invention of the printing press, this service became cheaper and faster. They created lead stamps, which were painted and printed on thick paper.
Finished products in those days looked completely unremarkable and not festive but resembled old paper with text.
With the development of printing, simple wedding invitations in the UK began to be printed in newspapers. Surprisingly, this tradition is still alive today. Newspapers with such announcements are published in America and Western Europe.
In the 20th century, printing houses improved so much that a simple wedding invitation became available to everyone, regardless of status and income. This gave rise to the development of various designs, forms, and filling of invitation sets. It has become easier to convey information about the upcoming celebration and to receive feedback from guests.