Is your wedding invitation being sent to guests that speak different languages? Here are some ideas for bilingual layouts. One way to create a layout in two languages is to have the bride and groom’s names only once, but placed so that they are easily read with both languages.
Two columns,such as on our Theodora design, make it easy for your guests to read in their own language. The added benefit is that you will only have one version to print and send to your guests.
A horizontal layout can easily accommodate a two column layout with the two languages side by side. Sonja is easily adapted to such a layout.
If you want to go the extra mile however, you can send different invitations with each design tailored to your guests language. Visit Savannah to see more about this design.
Non-western characters can also be incorporated into your invitation design. See more about our Allison design.
If your guests all speak the same language, but you would like to honor tradition, having important elements such as names and phrases repeated in a second language underneath can create an attractive and easily readable layout. See more about our Chicago design.
Interested in getting a quote for your fully customizable bilingual wedding cards? Contact us today and set up a complementary consultation! Keep in mind, if you order your invitation through us, you’ll receive 10% off all of your wedding day stationery! See our specials page for more information.