Wedding style insight: What wedding invitations suit your personality best?
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You have the ring sized, the day set and the venue booked - now it's time to send out invitations and make your wedding date official. The wedding invitations you select should match your wedding theme and perfectly suit your unique sense of style; after all, they give guests the very first glimpse of what they can expect from your big day.

In a sea of invitation options, it can be easy to get lost. The experts at Invitations By Dawn give insight into what invitation styles best suit the different personalities of each unique bride and groom.

For the classic couple with timeless style: Letterpress wedding invitations

Letterpress is a printing technique that is classically chic with origins that go back centuries. The timeless styling of letterpress is achieved by transferring ink with a metal press that is applied with pressure directly to the paper. The design and wording becomes heavily imprinted on the cardstock, creating an invitation that is truly a work of art. If you adore classic style and want to give guests a high-end first impression, letterpress wedding invitations are ideal.

For the glamorous couple who loves a little sparkle: Glitter wedding invitations

If you believe there's no such thing as too much sparkle, glitter wedding invitations might be perfect for your big day. High quality glitter wedding invitations use only premium glitter that adds a glamorous touch to any type of cardstock while conveying elegance and fine taste. Whether your wedding is styled with vintage details or has an edgy and modern vibe, glitter can be just the detail to dazzle guests as they open that special envelope.

For the trendsetting couple with discerning taste: Foil wedding invitations

Metallic accents are everywhere from cakes to dresses, so why not add them to your invitation too? One of the top trends for 2014 is foil wedding invitations. The rich visual appeal of foil wedding invitations is achieved by traditional embossing techniques that use foils to enhance script and design elements. Gold and silver foiling are the most popular options, providing a high-end look that coordinates with any wedding style.

For hopeless romantics who adore Old World charm: Vintage wedding invitations

If you're having a vintage-themed wedding or simply prefer designs of yesteryear, vintage wedding invitations will convey Old World character and charm to your guests. Popular elements of vintage wedding invitations include damask, lace, flowers and distressed finishes. Within this trend is art deco designs that are making a big comeback with couples who love the energy of the '30s and '40s.

For the extravagant couple with style for miles: Laser cut wedding invitations

Laser cut technology allows printers to precisely cut paper into intricate patterns that wouldn't be possible by hand or through other techniques. The results are amazingly clean lines, angles and details that allow each invitation to feature extravagant designs guaranteed to impress guests upon arrival in the mail. From gorgeous filigree to complex script to delicate flowers, laser cut wedding invitations bring design to new heights - something the extravagant couple is sure to appreciate.

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