If you're looking for a fun and affordable way to liven up and/or add more personality to your invitations, envelope liners will always do the trick! You can use anything to line them with such as maps, wrapping paper, comics, music paper, wall paper - any kind of paper that adds interest to the design and reinforces the mood or theme you are trying to bring forth through your design.
Just make sure there's enough contrast between the two. If you're using multi-colored or heavily patterned liners, opt for a minimalistic invitation design for best results. And if your invitation design is very intricate, then you'll be better off using a liner that is more subtle.
Sure, it might take a bit longer to sit there an manually line the envelopes, but if you're a true paper lover, you'll enjoy the working with the paper in your hands and transforming each individual individual invitation set into an individual piece of art.
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