1. How would it be receiving a card that you have to scratch the silver layer in order to see the date ? Amazing, isn’t it ?
2. For bookaholics, an invitation card hidden in a book like this would be very meaningful.
3.Typography makes a difference as well
4.An invitation card attached on a chocolate bar ? Will there be any sweeter idea ?
5.Hanging wedding cards is not less than a unique idea to consider.
6.A card inside a bottle ? Now that’s familiar in movies, but have you received one ?
7.Especially, sand and shells could also be put inside of the bottle, if it is an invitation to a beach wedding.
8.Using typography to tell stories is also a good idea. It draws much intention to the card.
9.Travelholics could not refuse having a passport-shaped wedding card.
10….or one look like an airplane ticket
11.Your guests would be amazed if receiving a portable device that contains lovely pictures of the couple as well as their wedding invitation.
12. A graph-look design with simple color will most likely to catch the eye
13.Hidden in a book ? Yes it’s new. Put inside of a bottle ? It’s good. But in a roll of film ? Awesome.
14.Wedding invitation card printed on a table napkin ? It’s both environmentally friendly and cost-efficient.
15.Or just a simple card with a red rope, symboling the bond between the couple.
16.Wedding date is scatttered in a bunch of white cardboards written by the couple like this, then all the pictures are put together as a collage.
17.Two fingerprints are put together in a heart shape.
18.A message hidden in a balloon and only show after blowing it.
19.Wedding date and time are written in a long piece of paper, then put inside of a glass globe. If your friends get it during Christmas season, it could become their decoration stuffs.
20.Or a fill-in-the-blank design would be interesting as well.