Flowers…checked. Cake…checked. Bridal wear…checked. Invitation cards… “Checked, of course!”. That is a typical approach of potential brides and grooms when they plan for their wedding. Also, when it comes to invitation cards, it has often been observed that when the card is printed, it looks quite different than the way they had imagined it. And it kind of breaks their heart.
This is because, it is one thing to have a design or idea in one’s head and quite another to implement it. And this is where the wedding card design software comes to the rescue! Wouldn’t it be great If you own an estore that offers a tool like this wherein your customers can customize the card for their dream wedding? It can have an array of colours, designs and templates for them to choose from. A tool like this must have certain features and facilities. What can they be? Let’s take a look at what features you can provide.
Options in text and imagery
A design created for anything (Mug, pillow, t-shirt, card etc) must consider its functionality or the purpose of it. When your customers send wedding cards, their intention is to convey friends and relatives about the wedding that is approaching. To make this possible, the two major elements that need to be addressed are text and imagery. These two will decide the size, format and style of the layout. Ask yourself questions like “How much information will people want to print on the card?” “How many names and titles will go on the card?” Once these questions get answered, you will have better clarity as to what content and pictures need to be provided.
For any invitation card to look unique, any design must have properly arranged elements. The most popularly used basic design compositions are full bleed, partial bleed, bordered and borderless. Some of the best designer tools provide with template border designs like floral borders, starry borders, aqua themed borders etc. The tool users just need to insert the border on the card. In a full bleed design, the colours and design of the card go beyond the border of the card making a wedding card look attractive and colourful. Make sure you incorporate these elements in your tool.
People who like card designing have a good perception as to which element is compatible with which one and where they should strike a contrast to make the wedding card look attractive. They choose to strike a perfect balance between visual elements and typography in order to communicate what they want to. Don’t go over the board with providing themes and combinations as it might confuse your customers. Keep it understated and subtle. This way, your customers will be able to highlight the important elements of design.
The above aspects form the essential elements when it comes to offering a customized wedding card design tool. So what are you waiting for? Find the tool that suits your requirements, provide the best of layouts and get on with it!