How To Make Medieval Wedding Invitations?
Unique calligraphy with natural fonts and papers make it fairly easy to make the distinctive medieval wedding invites that you are looking for.
The invitations can be printed on general 8 ½ by 11 inch paper along with business size envelopes. Select envelopes with a parchment or linen look, a tan or off-white color works great. Stay away from the typical white colored envelopes.
Purchase or use graphic arts software that lets you to work on a plain letter sized document. A border should be positioned all-around the edge of the document. Celtic prints, flowered designs or scrolls with a decorative look work best. Try to keep your border within an inch of the edge of your document.
Gently and with care, rip or tear the paper edges to give a more medieval period look to your invites. You can use a ruler to accomplish this. Lay the paper flat with your ruler equal to your paper border. Pull the ruler upward with care in order to tear and soften the edges of the invitation which will keep a clean line.
Reply or RSVP postcards should be created from heavy paper card stock. Colors that can set off the invitation are terrific. The same font and border should be applied to make the look complete. Use the same 8 ½ by 11 sheet of paper. You can fit four to each sheet of 8 ½ by 11 piece of paper. Don’t change the edges of the postcards.
Your medieval wedding invites are ready to go. They have the look and feel that you want for your wedding along with letting your guest catch a glimpse of the affair they will be attending. Starting out the affair with flair is a wonderful way to guarantee that you are going to have the wedding of your dreams.