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Handmade 25th Anniversary Invitations
Your 25th Anniversary homemade party invitations should represent the silver theme either exclusively or simply as an addition to another party theme. You can easily make handmade party invitations to your 25th Anniversary by following the below helpful tips and ideas.
Tip: If you decide on silver as an exclusive 25th Anniversary theme, it is important to note that varying shades of silver and even a little light gray will make your homemade invitations go a long way. Not only will they look good, they will be easier for people to read when they receive them.
25th Anniversary Handmade party Instructions
First, you will want to select the cardstock you will use for your 25th Anniversary invitations. Be sure to choose a card stock that is thicker so it does not become deformed when you are adding decorative elements to it. Some popular choices in 25th Anniversary invitation color are white, black and silver.
Once you decide on your base color, design a boarder around the front of the party invitation. You can do this by buying a stencil at your local craft store or creating your own stencil design. Paint the boarder on with silver craft paint. In the center front of the card you can stencil in (or print on the computer) your initials, full names and more.
Finally, you can communicate your message on the right of the card by hand writing it if you have nice penmanship or printing it off the computer. On the left side of the card you can place a poem that expresses the essence of your relationship, love or general life beliefs that you share together.
Your 25th Anniversary handmade invitations should represent you as a couple who has grown together and show a level of sophistication. The silver representation is a lovely touch and keeps in line with tradition. Make sure you give yourself enough time to prepare the 25th Anniversary wedding invitations so you can get them out in the mail within four weeks of the event. You want to make sure the guests receive them in plenty of time to make their preparations for attending. This way you're assuring the guests of honor a great turnout!
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