Textures. You may not think so, but texture is an important aspect of your wedding invitations. Remember, texture is anything you can feel with your skin, and in this case, with your hands. If you can, use embossed or textured paper as a backing. This can add so much dimension and beauty to your wedding invitation. Balance. In art, balance refers to how "heavy" one side of the artwork is to the other. You should use the same concept in your DIY wedding cards.
Handmade Wedding Invitations: In earlier days, invitations were handwritten in parchments and were given to the guests to invite them. As time changes, the invitations too changed from parchments to paper, written to typing or embossing etc. History repeats itself _ now again people are in love with parchments and calligraphy. Handmade wedding invitations are latest trend; they are not only stylish but also look elegant with a touch of antiqueness added to it. Handmade invitations can be done on parchments, tissue papers, coarse papers (that look like parchments), letters engraved on wood, glossy sheets, etc. These invitations are very much affordable since the raw materials are easily available. Rather than printing default invitations available in the market you can prefer these; since these look more ostentatious than the normal ones. Additionally the cost of the handmade invitations is also nominal.