Christmas cards come in dozens of different sizes, shapes and styles. Narrowing down your card selection can be tough! I’m here today to help relieve some of the guesswork by sharing a handful of my favorite Christmas card styles.
Style #1- Ornament Cards
I love ornament cards because they come with a pre-punched hole and ribbon for hanging like an ornament. These cards are typically a little smaller than other Christmas cards and can easily be hung on a Christmas tree or garland. They are unique and fun!
Style #2: Foil Stamped Cards
Foil stamped cards look beautiful! They come in a variety of shapes, styles and sizes. The foil adds that extra touch of sophistication and looks classy!
Style # 3: 3/4 Fold Cards
One of the reasons I love the 3/4 fold cards is because of their ability to feature a lot more pictures. Because the cards open, their are several surfaces for featuring sentiments as well as photos!
Style #4: Flat Cards
Flat cards will always be a classic and come in many different styles. I love that flat cards can still be customized to have rounded, squared, scalloped, bracket shaped or ticket trimmed edges. Plus, many come with options for glitter or foil-stamping too!
Which Christmas card style is your favorite?
Styling: Jen Carver, Banner Events + Rochelle Pettingill
Photography of Cards: Rochelle Pettingill
Cards featured:– Shutterfly
Header image photography: Rochelle Pettingill (family portrait photo by Crystal Coatney)
Individual Photography for cards featured in Style #1:
–Crystal Coatney (top card, collage image, 3rd & 8th cards from top)
–Laurie Coleman Photography (collage image, 4th, 5th & 7th cards from top)
–Jylare Smith Photography (collage image, 6th card from top)
Individual Photography credits for cards featured in Style #2:
– Meagan Ballam Photography (top collage + 2nd card from top)
–Hello Blue Photography (top collage + 3rd card from top)
–Crystal Coatney (top collage + bottom card)
Individual Photography credits for cards featured in Style #3:
– Meagan Ballam Photography
Individual Photography credits for cards featured in Style #4:
–Laurie Coleman Photography