Creating Maps for Wedding Invitations
Maps that are included in wedding invitations should be treated in the same style as the rest of the invitation, and they can include clip art, driving directions, icons and fun facts. Create a map for wedding guests' reference with creative ideas from an event coordinator in this free video on weddings.
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Hi, I'm Becky Sosa with stressfreeevents.net. Today I'd like to talk to you about creating a map that'll go in your invitation. Your invitation sets the mood for your wedding. Keeping that in mind you want to make sure that your map is included with the same quality that your invitation has. There are several ways to make your map. If your crafting, you can get out the paper, get out the pencil and you can actually draw it by hand. These are fun maps to make at times. You can insert things from your computer, pictures from, clip art for churches, stores and things like that to make it a little more personal. Other things that you might want to consider are using draw features on the computer; using map features that you can find on your computer and taking those and tricking those down to the size of your invitation. Again remember, this is the time for your wedding so you do want it to look nice. You don't have to include a map in, in your invitation. If you choose not to put a map in your invitation, you're still going to need maps. So take the time to make something people can read and understand and have written directions included with it. You can always send the map later once you have your RSVP back. Again, this is how you can create a map to put into your invitation.