Gold/White – a golden – white is a classical color scheme that gives an impression of higher class and elegance. If the font is readable and in harmony with the color scheme then this type of card is probably the best card there is. It shows simplicity (the less is more principle) that shows a couple that cares of their guests and will not cut back on any part of their budget just to give their guests a great time. This type of card is best perhaps for an older couple or a couple that wishes to make their party a formal type (suit and tie formal).
But your brain is not about to cooperate. Your brain has been lost at sea (brain overboard!) – just when you needed it the most. All you can think of writing is ”Happy Anniversary” which is not only redundant (because it already says that on the front of the anniversary card), but also boring because everybody Else’s card also says that.
Eighth Anniversary- Pottery and Ceramic : The eighth anniversary is known as the Pottery anniversary. Although, traditionally this anniversary didn’t held any particular importance, we will mention it here in detail due to the wide choice of gifts that fit the given name of this anniversary. Lately, one of the most popular presents that are being used as wedding anniversary gifts are ceramic show pieces. Usually depicting love birds, or kissing couples, these are a great choice for an wedding anniversary gifts. Also, when it comes to ceramic, you can buy a nice statue, or a vase for the couple in question. Another nice thing about these gifts is that they can easily be personalized, by adding the names of your friends on them.
A bespoke photo collage. Never underestimate the power of visual appeal. Decide the size of the montage you want to create — huge or medium or something that she can comfortably place on her bedside table. Let your wedding photograph dominate centre stage and fill in the rest of the space with other photos of the two of you.
Printable Anniversary Cards Encourage Creativity – Printable anniversary cards are an obvious child of the internet. Not only has the internet brought volumes of information (and misinformation) to our very finger tips, it has also offered thousands of new conveniences that were inconceivable to us only a generation ago.