Creating Invitations with Your Own Photos
Words by Utterly Printable
Creating invitations to big events is always fun. You get to take a particular type of social event, put your own twist into it, and then send out wonderful invitations for people to pour themselves over. There are a lot of different ways that you can do this, and one of these ways is incorporating your own photos into the template to create something truly personalised.
How would you go about doing this? What would you need to do to make sure that your event is as charming as possible, while at the same time creating personalised invitations? Well, let’s take a look.
If you’re organising a family event such as a christening, communion or funeral, then using family photos is one of the best things that you can do. Not only are these incredibly personal photographs of you and your family, but they help to create a sense of community and familiarity which actively encourages people to engage and respond. We think family photos look particularly smart on our range of thank you cards for wedding gifts. Often, we see couples use the professional family portraits they have had taken on their big day. The results are always stunning.
Sometimes, an invitation needs to have an image which is incredibly relevant. Baby photos are often used in personalised invitations, especially when dealing with printed items like birthdays, baptism, or christenings invitation designs.
Why do this? Well, frankly, it’s always nice to have the opportunity to show off your little bundle of joy. It provides relatives with a cute photo of their new family member, and it also helps to reinforce what the event is all about. In terms of invitations, it is pretty much on point. But we here at Utterly Printable particularly love our range of baby thank you cards. It’s cuteness in overload. Likewise, out range of WhatsApp birth announcements cards always look great with a big baby photo!
We think the inclusion of a couples snap is always a great touch, either as a wedding invitation with photos, or as a photographic save the date card. It gives your guests a chance to think about their relationship with you as a couple, and to remember all the good times. The photo itself might bring back some powerful memories, and these photos can often be really sweet! So yes, as a top tip, make sure you check out our range of custom photo wedding invites.
So, in conclusion, these are just a few of the different ways that you can use photos to create personalised invitations. It’s important to make sure when you send an invitation out, that you are thinking about the context. You have to remember what it is you are trying to accomplish, what your aim is, and how the particular photograph can help with this. If you’re trying to get someone to come to an event, you need to put a bit of effort in. Not only does it help convince them, but it makes everything a lot more personal, and that’s fantastic!