wedding. Thursday , September 07th , 2017 - 13:50:54 PM
The next step was brought about with the invention of the printing press in 1447 . These were large cumbersome machines and lacked the printing detail required to create the elaborate designs that were possible with hand drawing. However, newspapers were becoming more common and wedding announcements were often placed in the newspaper to reach a wider audience. Printing techniques improved greatly in 1642 with the invention of metal plate engraving. This resulted in a far higher degree of printing detail and for the first time made bulk printing attainable by the middle classes. As with the earlier hand drawn examples these were often elaborate and highly detailed.
It is believed that during a Christian wedding, a priest presents the ring to the 4th finger after touching three fingers on the left hand and saying, "In the Name of the Father Son and Holy Ghost".
Another surprising addition to conventional black and white wedding invitations is graphic patterns. Fashion-forward brides are increasingly incorporating bold patterns on the wraps that surround some invitation designs. Many of the trendiest patterns have been inspired by Japanese kimono prints.
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