The latest trend in the race to impress wedding guests is wedding invitation infographics. Before we look at what it is, let’s get some perspective of where things stand when it comes to wedding invitations.
We are used to seeing traditional wedding invitation cards. They are usually comparable to A4 or A5 paper sizes. The content in a traditional marriage invitation card is restricted to the name of the bride and groom and the name of their parents. In addition, you will see details pertaining to event schedule and the location.
We are now seeing more customised marriage invitation cards. There are some really cool ideas that are becoming popular nowadays. Here is an example. In this “save the date” card, there are custom caricatures of the bride and the groom along with illustrations that depict landmarks from the cities they are from! This style is becoming very popular in India and is more expensive than the run of the mill variety.
Movie stars, industrialists and other high flying families in India go the extra kilometer when it comes to wedding invitations. Shahid Kapoor’s recent wedding invitation was not just a card! It was actually a box with exquisite flavours of exotic tea and honey neatly packed in elegant bottles along with the invite!
Wedding Invitation Infographics can wow your guests
So what if you want to show a snippet of how you met your partner or showcase the life if the bride and the groom in your marriage invitation card without appearing like a rich couple determined to put everybody else to shame with an over the top wedding invitation card? Infographics, as the name suggests, is the combination of information and graphics.
Infographics (short form of “Information graphics”) combines visual storytelling with data or knowledge to communicate ideas, information, trends and events better. People of all ages tend to relate to images much better than text. That’s why, story books, newspapers, and magazines rely on illustrations, visuals and graphics a lot. Applying the concept of
Applying the concept of the infographic for creating a marriage invitation card will make sense if you would like to depict in detail the life and times of the bride and the bridegroom or their background. We are pretty sure this will bring a smile to every one of your guests. Infographics, if designed properly, can turn a boring wedding invitation card to something that people will really read and appreciate.
We have lined up 13 different wedding invitation infographics to give you some ideas to work with.
1. Simon and Sarah
A design company in the UK created this wedding invitation card.
2. Carien and Lafras
3. Kate and Owen
This wedding invitation infographics is an entire social network on paper! It lists all the key people attending the wedding and details about them. Looks like the couple was determined to create some sparks between the guests!
4. Colie and Joy
Belinda Shish, a Chicago-based illustrator created this fabulous and elegant wedding invitation infographics.
5. James and Sabrina
This is a retro themed wedding invitation infographics. The cool thing about the infographic is the amount of information packed into it. Once you start reading the invitation, you cannot stop till you get to the bottom!
6. Albert and Stacy
This invitation card is not just an infographic, it also includes a tearable RSVP card attached to it. How clever!
7. Ryan and Garvos
Inksurge design studios created this awesome wedding invitation. One one side alternative images of the bride and the groom come together when folded. When you unfold the paper, you have a beautiful wedding invitation as infographics on the other side.
8. Chris and Abbey
This is an epic wedding invitation that compresses a novel into an infographic! Every detail about the couple and the wedding arrangements are brought out through cool illustrations.
9.Emma and Larkin
This wedding invitation looks more like a map to a theme park and brings out a sense of adventure and playfulness.
10. Nancy and Liam
This couple created an elegant infographic style wedding invitation card that showcased every aspect of their life as a couple. They carried forward this theme to all other wedding-related stationary.
11. Olga and Paul
This infographics wedding invitation was created by Natalia Grosner.
12. Sarah and Sean
WrittenInDetail is an Etsy vendor and they offer charming infographics style wedding invitations that combine caricatures with comic book style icons and illustrations.
13. Amber and Braden
This infographics style wedding invitation depicts the love story of a couple getting married. Also available through Etsy from PicadillyLime.