Handmade card or a handwritten letter. There’s little that can beat a letter or card written in the giver’s own hand. It makes the gift so very personal and meaningful. While a store-bought card may be more extravagantly worded, it lacks your personal signature. If you are writing a letter, use good quality paper, take time over the words as you highlight all the big and small moments that have become cherished memories of the past one year. You can affix your wedding photograph on the card cover to make it really exclusive and personal.
The newer and modern types include a colored background that might look good as a invitation if the author of the invitation can combine two or more colors effectively so as to be eye pleasing and to give the message that you want to send. These types of wedding anniversary invitations tend to be a more modern approach to the subject and since their combination of colors are endless I will not discuss them here.
Stimulate Those Wedding Anniversary Greeting Words – Do you remember the last time you planned a trip or vacation? The first thing you do is try to come up with a destination. You might consider going to the ocean, or the mountains, or Hawaii, or maybe even Flapping Heron State Park. Eventually, no matter how hard you think, you run out of good ideas. You just can’t come up with anything new. However, if you were to take a trip down to the library and look at travel guides; or hop on the Internet and explore some travel websites, you would have absolutely no problem identifying some more great places to go.
And, as an added bonus, these cards encourage creativity. If we are choosing a card for a couple that is close to us or, if we are selecting a card for our spouse; we will certainly want to personalize our card. Printable anniversary cards allow us to do this. We can choose pictures, graphics, photos and even the words that will appear on the card.
Colors play an important role in our lives. In fact, they play such a subtle, but important, role that we rarely admit that it affect us. All the colors in the spectrum affect directly our emotions because they are perceived by our eyes that are directly linked to our brain which controls our nervous system and thus our emotions.