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8 Wedding Video Invitation Ideas For Couples



From the moment someone proposes to their partner, they start to plan their wedding. A lot of work goes behind a wedding. The couple needs to find a venue, invite the guest, and buy their dress, and many more. Although people prefer traditional wedding invitations but with the advancement of technology, most of them now opt for a video invitation. People can find various invitation makers online that they can choose to create the video. But for those who want to save up, the extra cost can visit InVideo. This website offers free customizable templates for the invitation. You can also use their features, such as animation, music, graphics, and transition.

The wedding invitation that you select gives the guest hints about the theme of your wedding. Make sure to carefully choose the color, images, and styles for the invitation as it starts to tell your story. With the help of a custom wedding invitation, couples can exactly portray the story they want to share. Using a video invitation can help you send it via email, or you can upload it on your website and share it in a private Facebook group. This way, you can easily share the news with your guest in a fun and creative way. Couples can find many video making platform on the web to help them create their dream wedding invitation.

Wedding invitation video ideas for couples

In this article, we have compiled a few of the best-personalized wedding invitation ideas for the couples. This will give you an idea and help you choose which type of wedding invitation you want for your video.

1. The video sharing the story of you two

People have unlimited resources and ways to create a video. Couples can create a wedding invitation by showing the story of them. Start from the very beginning. Show pictures of your childhood and how you grew up and met each other. Then focus on the way you fell in love and now want to start a new life together. People can opt for slideshows to showcase their journey. This is a great way to grab the guest’s attention and make them eager for your big day.

2. Show your background and culture.

Various cultures and backgrounds have different wedding ceremonies. By including them in your wedding invitation is an excellent way to let your guests know about them. Chinese have a tea ceremony, and Indians have Mehendi before the wedding. This will give you guests an idea about what to expect and how many days the occasion will last apart from the wedding. For those who have multiple-day, ceremonies should definitely opt for this option as it showcases all the events the guest needs to attend.

3. Make a stop motion video.

Those who hardly have time to spend on their wedding invitation should opt for this option. With the help of your smartphone, couples can create a unique stop motion video to let their guests know about the wedding. Couples can ask their friends to take a video for the stop motion, or you can use the resource available to make an eye-catching video. People can take help from various apps available online to create the stop motion video without any problem.

4. Opt for a Save the Date video

There are many couples who don’t want to opt for traditional or paper invitations. For them choosing the video invitation seems like the best idea. Create a save the date video for your wedding. People have the option to include photos and other necessary information that one requires for the wedding in this video. You can include your engagement pictures or videos and add texts to inform your guests that you will get married soon.

5. Choose a seasonal wedding invitation.

No matter which season you will get married, summer or winter, opting for a season wedding invitation can provide various visual inspirations. If you are planning to have a spring wedding, then focus on the bright colors inspired by the spring flowers. For a summer wedding, choose a beach vibe and have tropical-inspired visuals. We know the colors red, orange and gold represent the fall season, and you can incorporate them in your invitation. And lastly, for those having a winter wedding can opt for cool blues or dark red wine that represents the holiday season.

6. Make a floral-inspired wedding invitation

Those who have a special flower in their mind to use in the bouquet and wedding decoration can also try to incorporate them in the wedding invitation. If you like sunflowers or roses, then try to include that in the wedding invitation video. For example, you can shoot the video in a field of sunflower to let the guests know about your wedding. This makes the video visually appealing and gives the guests an idea about what to expect at your wedding.

7. Destination video

For those who want to have a destination wedding can make their wedding invitation video surrounding it. You will visit the place where you want to get married to finalize the venue and take care of other matters. While you visit the place, try to shoot a video to show the location and highlight the special places. This way, you can give an idea to the guests regarding the wedding and what to expect. Your guests can plan their visit accordingly, and also they can make an itinerary to visit some of the tourist spots after the wedding.

8. Make an animated video.

If you want a minimal wedding invitation then opt for an animated video. The wedding invitation video consists of texts and animations. This is a sweet and short way to invite your guest to the wedding. You can also make a wedding logo. This adds a touch of elegance to your wedding video. Also, make sure to add a suitable music clip to engage the guests.

By looking at the points mentioned above, you can get an idea about the various types of wedding invitation videos. And you can also choose which kind of wedding invitation video you want.










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