When you are invited to a wedding, it is sort of a tradition to bring presents for the newly weds. After the daunting task of selecting the right gift for the couple, you now face another not-so-easy job of choosing a wedding card.
There are many types of wedding photos out there, such as the standard cards, musical wedding deck, and wedding photos, so narrowing down your options might be not that easy. Let me help you with that dilemma by describing some of the most common wedding cards available today.
Probably the most familiar type among all is the standard wedding card. This type of card is made of paper that is of great quality. It is available in rectangular shapes and often folded in the middle. In the front cover, you will often find a picture of some sort that is in line with the motif. When you open it, a short message is printed inside. A blank space is provided where you can write a personalized message for the couple. After that, you can put it back inside the envelop that comes with the whole standard wedding card package.
If you are a techie, you might want to check out those electronic wedding decks. They are available online. There are many websites that offer this type of service. They have a wide selection of flash-based and animated cards that you can send via email, text message or blogs.
A musical wedding deck is another type that many people like to use. It has a built-in music that plays every time you open the card. Mellow and romantic tunes are often used to create it.
Photo wedding cards, on the other hand, have become more popular over the years because of their customization properties. You can insert any photo you want in front of the card. It works like a picture frame. Some cards are designed wherein you can add additional artwork and put your personal touch to them.
With all of these choices presented to you, I hope you can select the best one that rightfully suits your budget, the couple’s personalities, the wedding motif and theme. The receiver will truly appreciate the thought and effort you spent to come up with it.