Have you ever losing your mind over something that very and very inspiring you to feature it in your party? Me? Sure, I had. I think most of you already knew how much loves I put into “watercolor” and “flower” design. Two years ago, maybe, a friend of mine celebrated her first wedding anniversary, and do you know how did I react to her party invitation suites? It was flawlessly beautiful, every inches of it were carefully drawn by hand.
Thus, it somehow motivates me to create my own version based on it. At first, I was only able to make the invitation with pre-made elements, then I started to create everything from the scratch. That’s the moments that boost up my confidence. You can do that as well, though.
If you see this collection, I guess many of you will have the same thought as I did. The overall looks of this collection are so perfect to the point of you can use it any events you wished for. From wedding – to sweet baby shower. Each foliage has beautiful contrast between each other which result great harmony along with additional “Blush” & “Rustic” background to fill the puzzle into a beautiful masterpiece for your special day.
- You need to left-click each image/template/preview you are going to use
- A new pop up page will be shown shortly, then right-click the image
- Select save image as, locate the destination folder and enter.
- Software to open the file: Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Paint (Paint3d), Corel Draw and etc.
- First of all, it depends on what is more preferable for you, you can either send the invites traditionally or digitally.
- If you go with traditional way, I’d suggest you to print the template on any printing paper with at least 70lbs, the thicker the paper is, it would be better for you (Ex. Cardstock paper).