If you wish Paper CutYour to design your own personalised Wedding Invitations, we encourage you to describe your vision for your invitation suite and our designers will work closely with you every step of the way to bring this vision to life. Inspiration can come from just about anywhere - your wedding venue, the story of how you met, your hobbies, etc.
It is particularly helpful if you can send us any inspirational images you have collected for your wedding and especially any examples of stationery that you have seen and love. This helps us get a visual idea of your style and preferences. We will also ask you to give us important details about your wedding for the wording of your invitation. We can suggest wording for those wishing to utilise alternative formats.
A theme provides a unifying style to your wedding stationery. Common themes include:
Where you met or got engaged
Your personal interests
After theme, this is the second most important thing to consider.
Formal or informal
Classic, vintage, contemporary or glam
Cute and fun
Easy going and casual
You may choose to select your colour theme based on the colour of your bridesmaid dresses or flowers, seasons or trends, or perhaps you simply love a particular colour.
Different designs lend themselves to different formats and Paper CutYour invitations can be designed in many different shapes, sizes and styles and can be customised or designed from scratch according to your requirements. The styles we have developed include side folds, top folds, concertina or z folds, bi fold or overlap folds and many more.
See the key below for more details!
Bi-fold or overlap folds open outwards, with one side overlaying on top of the other.
Concertina or Z-folding invitations are folded alternately so that they open up like a Z shape
Traditional side fold card that opens from right to left
Opening from bottom to top, these cards stand up by themselves and are used for lots of different items such as invites and place cards
Reminiscent of an old fort gate, the gatefold style invitation opens from the centre, both left and right, to reveal your details on the inside
Similar style to an envelope, the pocket style opens up to reveal an invitation inside. Some designs also include RSVPs on the inside