Welcome to, probably, one of the best Princess Belle invitations with us from Beeshower. We actually have plenty of collection for this, but it won’t stop us to expand our creativity for making better design.
Earlier this month, I actually had listed a couple of things and Belle was finally reaching out of me once again. After doing some routine planks and breakfast, I brought my laptop – went to my mom’s house – started to do some sketch before making the actual design. To cut the long story short, let’s have a look at these
What are your thoughts? The royal celebration will be upright in your house. The chalkboard design was solely intended to follow what’s trending now, especially in parent’s talks these days. I used to work on something like these, but still got no chance to feature beautiful and sparkling Gold ornaments that I placed it right at each corners of the card. It provides good coverage for the invite to accommodate your party details.
I think it’s great to have some others Gold and I was glad that the beautiful Princess Belle has her dress covered in stunning gold. Therefore, I have rounded up my favorite graphics for her and featured it her here, alongside Lumiere, Mrs. Potts, Chip and Cogsworth.
How to Download the template
Okay, now one of your job is done, and what’s next? I’d like to suggest you to download your favorite template (Right-Click, Save Image As, Enter), first. After that you can customize the template to match your personal taste and add all the required details.
In addition, we recommend that you pick/buy any printing paper that weighs at least 80 lbs. Cardstock paper is the best one you can get on the market to be used as invitation card. Paper that weighs around 100-110 lbs. will give more professional look to your invitations. If you use 160 lbs. paper, you may get trouble when inserting it in your home printer.