Avoid these silly mistakes and keep your wedding card error-free

By Author  |  Published: 31st May 2017  11:00 pmUpdated: 31st May 2017  11:05 pm
Wedding Cards

Would you want the first thing in your checklist to be a blunder? We hope not! Designing and ordering wedding cards is how we usually begin our wedding preparation. Don’t give your guests a reason to make fun of a spelling error, or shock them with clumsy colours.

Here are a few pointers to be mindful about, while making your wedding invitation cards.


Avoid Typos


This is the first thing you need to check over and again. Take help from your friends, lucky if you have a grammar nazi in your group, as proof-reading is a must. Sometimes, spelling errors have a scope to become the next viral joke.


Order What’s Only Required


Before you place the order, make a list of the invitees’ names and calculate. Also, it’s not necessary to send wedding cards to each and every member of a family. You can actually save your expense in these minor ways.


Way Too Colourful


Well, you might like colourful things, but going for something bold with a neutral shade is advisable. It’s not just about being too colourful. Sometimes, too much colour can cost you more, make the text less visible and there are high chances that it won’t look good.


Get A Sample First


In order to be sure about distributing error-free wedding cards, ask for a sample first. Once everything is set and done, take a look and see if everything is in place. Making corrections for all the copies will cost you money and time.