7+ Lovely Cute Vintage First Birthday Invitation Templates For Girls

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It is easy to incorporate greenery into your birthday or baby shower invitation card, but “how do I feature floral in my party stationery?” Whether it’s an element that cleverly transform every details or just something like a glimpse that lead into that same lead. There are many way you could possibly do to feature it in your party and using this beautiful hand drawn floral templates are still the easiest and innovative way. The vivid palette will touch your heart.

 

7+ Lovely Cute Vintage First Birthday Invitation Templates For Girls

 

On the list of things that make you feel like your party is straight from wonderland of flower and greenery. The fresh look in this collection, is definitely rank in my top five. There’s nothing sweeter than crafting a DIY flower themed invitation with beautiful hand-drawn or computer-made floral decorations. In fact, I’ve got a couple of inspiration from Pinterest, the rich tones, thick outline and many more.

 

 

7+ Lovely Cute Vintage First Birthday Invitation Templates For Girls with romantic red rose and tulip

 

 

7+ Lovely Cute Vintage First Birthday Invitation Templates For Girls with beautiful coneflower and sunflower

 

 

7+ Lovely Cute Vintage First Birthday Invitation Templates For Girls with yellow and orange magnolia

 

For some major inspo, we are spotlighting more than twenty gorgeous fall flowers and it convinces me to create floral frame from it. Therefore, the result is pretty impressive as preparation for next spring and summer event. Not to mention, they’ll beautify your party, especially this fall festivity.

How to Download

  • Right-Click each one of your selection.
  • Then Select “Save Image As”, locate the destination folder.
  • Click “Save” or tap “Enter” to start the download process.

Once the download process is finished, check the file and you can begin the editing process by opening it (template file) with Adobe Photoshop or Microsoft word. Print the final draft of your invitation card on any printing paper you have chosen. For me, I’d rather to use a quite pricey paper for better quality than using a cheaper ones but sacrificing the quality.

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