Wedding Anniversary Greetings Can Be Difficult to Write When You’re Plagued by Social Writer’s Block – Have you ever heard of social writer’s block? I would be very surprised if you did because I just made that term up. But even if you’ve never heard the term, (and of course no one has – because, as I just told you – I made that name up) you have felt its effects. Social writer’s block is that feeling of intimidation you get when you’re staring face-to-face with the aforementioned Bermuda Rectangle (or would it be face-to-page?) When we are under the influence of the Bermuda Rectangle, all productive thoughts about creative wedding anniversary greetings disappear into thin air – like sailing vessels claimed by the Bermuda Triangle. Once this happens, we are doomed to stare unproductively and fruitlessly into that white space of oblivion.
A New Creative Responsibility – With the advent of these customizable cards, the creative responsibility has returned to us. Now, we have the freedom to design the card we want. But with freedom also comes responsibility. We are now responsible for making the card ”good”. And the most difficult task for many of us is writing the prose on the inside of the card. Fortunately there are resources available to help us with this task.
It’s exactly the same principle working when you’re attempting to write something good on the wedding anniversary greeting card. Working it solo, you may be able to generate a few acceptable greetings; but if you can find ways to stimulate your thoughts, the ideas will really begin to flow.
Well to put it simple when we assess a wedding anniversary invitation we think (on a conscious or subconscious level) of our emotions in the relationship and it just so happens that each emotion can be linked to a particular color.
As an example when you think of warmth and you try to think of a color that could represent such a emotion 8 out of 10 people will automatically choose the color red, 1 out of 10 will choose yellow or orange and the other 1 out of 10 will choose white as it reminds them of the soft cotton that seams so warm.