Ideas to Make Your Leftover Wedding Cards Even More Useful
If we are getting married, everything is so special. We feel pampered and loved to that day and feel special on our wedding day. There are lots of things in our life which always remains beautiful for forever and marriage is one of them. Planning is compulsory for every wedding and it takes lots of efforts for arrange a successful wedding. There are lots of planning needed for creating this beautiful day. From wedding cards to wedding theme, there are lots of planning which we have to do for this day. Although there are lots of new ideas which are required for this day .
People always have several dreams for their wedding day, and leave no stone un-turned to achieve the desired perfection. The success or failure of ceremony roams around several significant factors including the venue, dress, catering, decoration, flowers, jewelry, wedding cards and many others. The celebration begins with distribution of the invitation card, and guests starts getting included in your event. With the fact that invitations offer first glimpse of your ceremony to the guests, their role becomes more vital. People go for latest designs, trends, printing style and high quality paper for invitations, but a very few of them are aware about what best and useful to do with the leftover wedding invitation later.
Here we come with some ideas which can not only be effective but interesting as well.
Make a Wedding Invitation Diary
One of the most romantic and useful ways to use leftover wedding invitation cards is to make a marriage diary with it. It begins with adding the invitation first to the diary with a beautiful and romantic picture. Later whenever your wedding date comes, keep adding more pictures of your love and celebration there to craft a beautiful diary. The date of you wedding is already their on the invitation, and you need to change the year only. You can also add some interesting and romantic text with the photos related to the moment or any complement to the partner.
This will be an amazing memory when you, with your kids would be checking this out in future.
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Make Some Decorative DIY Craft
The quality, design, color, and theme of a wedding card are always pretty and eye catching. These are more beautiful than any common type of printed paper. So, why don’t you use this beautiful paper piece to make some decorative craft for your living room? Several kinds of decorative stuffs can be created with stylish and innovative paper cuts. The appearance of the paper is already good, so you just need to be innovative enough to give that a decorative shape.
While talking about decorative craft out of invitation paper, there can be various types. For an example, you can use the paper cutting for creating decorative strips for your plant, while on the other hand you can also cut the paper to make it a paper piece to be hanged in your living room. Recently while browsing the web, a user shared a picture of a piece crafted using wedding cards. Find this below and you can make something like this as well.
Use Invitation Cards for Scrap booking
While coming to one more useful way, wedding cards can be used to make beautiful scrapbooks. This idea comes from the fact that the invitations come with not only high quality paper, but eye catching printing as well. This will result into a high class background of scrapbook. In other way invitations can be added as separate pages as well. You don’t need to think too much about the cover image of your scrapbook when you have a pretty invitation for that.
Frame the Wedding Card
As an other option to keep your wedding card safe and memorable for a long time, you can get it framed in a beautiful picture frame. Some additional romantic photos will add icing on the cake. You can have it anywhere in your living room or guest room.
Your wedding invitation card is designed and printed after a long hunt and valuable efforts, so don’t just trash out your leftover wedding invitation cards. Try the mentioned ideas or try something innovative to get the best out of your invitations.
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