Elegantweddinginvites Foil Wedding Invitations in Gold, Rose Gold, & Silver
As a once in a lifetime event, your wedding is a special occasion, so you want to make it count and treat yourself with some luxury details. An foil wedding invitation can add a little extra to your wedding.
Why Choose Foil-Pressed Wedding Invitation?
The finest and most important documents were adorned with gold foil centuries ago. History books, religious scripts, and ancient books. The wedding day is, to you, one of the most important and meaningful events in your life; wouldn't you agree? Send gorgeous foil wedding invitations to your wedding stationery to reflect this importance.
Using an antique printing method, our foil-pressed wedding invitation cards have an added metallic finish. With this printing technique, we can add as little or as much shine as you wish to your wedding invitations and can illuminate your wedding correspondence as well. If you want to enhance the look and feel of your wedding, foil-stamped wedding invitations are for you. There are many foil colors available, such as gold, silver, bronze, rose gold, and other colors that you will not find anywhere else.
When Should I Choose Foil Wedding Invitations?
It is traditional to use gold foil invitations for formal weddings, since they symbolize luxury and formality. No longer true. Gold foil wedding invitations are versatile, making them an ideal choice for adding embellishment to any wedding invitation, from the most casual to the most formal.
You can still use foil wedding invitations to signal that your wedding is formal. Your guests will assume everything is the best when you choose foil. This shows you're making sure you have the best for your day. If you're trying to communicate formality, choose a more formal design for your gold foil invitations (or any colour foil you'll be using). Use a thick linen paper stock, stick to a classic wedding invitation design, or you may choose a minimalist, geometric design.
You can use gold foil on your wedding invitations to complement a design with more colour, fun illustrations, and interesting, modern wedding invitation designs.
Which are The Most Popular Styles and Colors for Foil Wedding Invitations?
Wedding invitations made from gold foil are among the most popular choices for brides, but gold foil invitations aren't the only option. It comes in almost every color imaginable. Natural metallic finishes are popular, such as rose gold foil wedding invitations, silver foil wedding invites, and brass, bronze or copper foil wedding cards. Foil wedding invitations do not need to be natural metallic colors: foil is available in nearly any color. The most common foil choices for wedding invitations are red, green, blue, black, and white.
Can Foil Wedding Invitations Be Affordable even Cheap?
You can keep costs down by adding foil to only one part of your wedding invitation suites (usually the invitation itself), while leaving it off other cards like your RSVP cards, information cards and other extras.
Elegantweddinginvites offers high quality, budget-friendly foil wedding invitation cards in many colors.
Elegant Vellum Wedding Invitations with RSVP
Vellum overlays are perfect for adding a touch of luxury to your wedding invitations. A translucent overlay allows you to add a rich layer of dimension to your invitation design. You can customize this luxe mailer with a translucent element layered on top of a colorful cardstock in an array of artistic ways for an ideal gift for your special occasion. We have a variety of diy vellum wedding invitation suits that fit any color scheme or theme. It is possible to customize your vellum paper wedding invitations to suit your personality, whether you want to include an image of you and your fiance or send a message to guests.
What is Vellum?
Vellum overlays are smooth translucent papers used to create a luxurious layered appearance when combined with fine stationery. It has a rich history that dates back to the very beginning of Vellum paper. A high-quality parchment paper made of calfskin originally called "Vellum," which was stretched and treated on a wooden frame. Vellum today is not made from animals. In contrast, it's made with plasticized cotton or cellulose fibers from plants and trees. This translucent paper comes in a variety of colors, weights, textures, brands, and transparency levels. It is smooth to the touch and feels almost like plastic.