Are you searching for some unique wedding invitation ideas? Then check out these next ideas, that will surely be enjoyed by your guests. In fact, they may cherish your wedding invitations much more than they cherish interior decorations or other objects, which they have in their house for years. Just wait and see!
The first type of invitation that we recommend speaks about the moon and stars. It allows your potential guests to learn about the party that will soon be held ‘over the moon’. This type of invitation is dark blue and is a folded one. When your guests will unfold this, they will see a calendar, featuring all the 12 months, with your wedding date emphasized in a unique way. This ‘over the moon’ invitation lets everyone know how many months (or full moons) will pass before your wedding. The details of your wedding, like the church where you will get married, and the restaurant where you will party with your guests, should be written very small in a corner of the invitation, without interfering too much with the pattern of the invitation.
Another type of invitation that is highly appreciated by celebrities is one that requires some spy skills. Offer invitations that at a first glance seem encrypted, invitations that will make your potential guests very curious. The best way to hide the details of your wedding (such as wedding date, church, name of the restaurant, hours, godparents’ names and others like this) is to write these details in blue and then cover them with a red-squiggle design, which should be printed over those details to obscure the announcement. But if your wedding guests cannot read their invitations, how can they will know that you have invited them to your wedding? Simple as that; in the same envelope that contains the invitation, you will place a red lens, that will decode the invitation, letting everyone know that they are invited to a wedding. The only problem that may occur when you send invitations like this is to remember to place a red lens in every envelope that you send, otherwise your potential guests will not be able to decipher the message.