Wedding papers come in all shapes and sizes, often on par with the scope of the ceremony itself. Recently, People Magazine gave us an inside look at the Save the Dates for a highly anticipated event that will be televised next year - the wedding of "Bachelor" star Sean Lowe and the woman who won his heart, Catherine Giudici.
"Lovers, friends, family and Jack Nicholson, please join Catherine Ligaya Mejia Giudici and Sean Thomas Lowe & Hologram Tupac for the wedding of the century," the notification reads.
A striking gold script against a white backdrop is offset by an endearingly playful image of the pair. White serif text is imposed on a picture of the couple riding a tandem bicycle as they don comical oversized bear heads.
The combination of formal script and tongue-in-cheek humor makes for a memorable missive that reflects the sense of humor of the couple in question, and has given an audience of fans even more reason to tune into the televised ceremony, which is bound to exude the same playful whimsy.
Your wedding invitations should ultimately be a representation of you and your partner, so whether you're known for your practical jokes, or tend to be a bit more quiet and refined, let that side of you shine in your missives as well. If you revel in intricate details like an exquisitely beaded gown and lace table settings, for example, why not choose wedding invitations that reflect this penchant?