Pop-Up Wedding Invitations for Your Super Fun Wedding

by Bridestory May 29, 2015 | 09:15 in Wedding Ideas  


If you are having a fun-filled wedding with a twist of whimsical vibes, you would definitely need to check out this trend of wedding stationery. The beautifully crafted pop-up details give a whole new dimension to your invitation and will capture the hearts of your guests.

Make it personal

Typically used in children's books, pop-up designs are the ultimate way to present your personalities or even, your love stories. This unique spin on wedding invitations will allow you to do fun things with the designs – for instance, by giving a little peek on how your wedding theme or decoration would look like. Some couple even chose to carve out the wedding venue, if possible.

Be creative, but clear

A lot of couples want their pop up invitations to describe their personalities or wedding venue. They are doing fun things with the designs. If you are getting innovative, it'd be great! Just make sure that all relevant information is well conveyed. First, the names of the couple getting married, the date, and venue should be prominent. Always write them down clearly on the invitations.

Find the right vendor

Pop-up wedding invitations need creativity, and foremost, full comprehension on what you want. Therefore, finding the right crafter is very important, and now you can meet them right here on our site. Check out the profiles of Main Mata Wedding, Papilon Card, The Paperie, The Paper and Ink, Designmill co., Insancard and Ken's Collection to find out more about the pop-up invitations.


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