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Here, beautiful ways to show off your stunning engagement portraits.
Can't decide on your favourite photo? Have them all! Give guests a variety of invites featuring a few of your fave photos, and pair it with quotable quotes you love. A casual script also hints at a fun, laidback celebration. Photo: @poppyjackshop/Instagram Make a classic pink and blush invite modern with snazzy fonts. Just be sure your wedding details can be seen clearly against the backdrop of your picture - you don't want a myriad of texts asking you for your wedding venue, or worse, having guests turn up at the wrong time or venue. Photo: @minted/Instagram Photo: @jenezedesigns Here's another way to showcase a variety of pictures when you can't decide on one. This design, where a collage is featured on the cover of the card, and a blown-up, faded picture at the back with details, is a clever way of including a series of snaps without going overboard. Photo: @bohemeprints Give guests a preview of your beach wedding by having a nautical colour theme on the front of your save-the-dates or invitations, and a beach-themed portrait at the back of the card. Photo: @green__breeze We love how simply elegant this well-designed Polaroid-inspired invitation is. It's just the wedding date or monogram with the couple's names and their picture in front, and more information at the back. Thank your guests for attending your wedding with a selection of well-curated photos from your actual day. If you've got a roving photographer or a photobooth, include the photos they've taken, too. Photo: @weddingpaperdivas/Instagram The cover sepia-toned photo evokes rustic chic but the details - in Mandarin characters and large, whimsical fonts in English - feel fresh. Photo: @papypress/Instagram See also: SEE PICTURES: 3 VERY COOL VINTAGE-INSPIRED WEDDING PORTRAITS Photo: @freshdirtdesign The clever tagline "Married & merry" is clearly evident in the collage of cheery photos taken at the wedding. If you'd like to show off your actual day snaps, send them to guests in the form of a collage or two printed on your thank you cards. Photo: @vginvites Vintage-loving brides will love this sepia-treated photograph paired with an old-school postcard. Photo: @invitationdesignstudio Send word of your formal reception with a classic bi- or tri-fold suite with your picture included inset. Photo: @paperandhome A tri-fold invitation is a lovely way to show off more photos in a neat and organised manner.
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