Who says the bleeding edge of the 15th century doesn’t jive with the bleeding edge of today?
OK, so maybe QR codes aren’t exactly bleeding edge anymore, but they certainly aren’t mainstream yet. When I saw this post at Everyday Correspondence, I got to thinking about the use of QR in letterpressed invitations.It would be easy to create a QR code that direct attendees to your wedding’s website to RSVP or plan for a destination affair. It could be incorporated into any tech-savvy, design-focused couple’s invitation (similar to the way Japanese designers integrate traditional barcodes) and provide in-the-know invitees an interesting diversion or useful information.
So, who’s up for it?