Traditional wedding/birthday invitation suites are mostly ranging on simple or plain white invitation paper with simple Monogram scripts, or rustic paper for a vintage feel. Shiny and flower accents are considered “too much,” implying that the keeping everything simple is the best way to do it as for now. Is it really that bad? Of course, it’s not bad at all, and we can’t argue with that when it comes to personal preferences.
A string quartet, white chiffon tablecloths, an arch with billowy white organza and a sterling silver champagne fountain make for an understated-and-elegant aesthetic. This gorgeous invitation will suit in between, both vintage and modern event, especially when you’re thinking of hosting a fun and elegant summer event with your loved ones.
While these invitations can be customized to any color scheme, we think the rustic-toned background is just lovely. The delicate green watercolor foliage just adds another level of beauty and contrast, alongside some decorations like hassle-free text box and frame design (it has stunning gold foil design).
Here are a few things you need to do:
I will make it as simple & short as possible, so you won’t get bored just by reading it.
A. How to Download
- Scroll-up a bit and you should see the provided link that says “Download Free … Invitation here”, point your mouse pointer there and click it.
- You are going to see Google Drive Page in seconds and now you can download the file by clicking the download button or drop-down arrow (Almost on the top right of your display)
- Tap “Enter” to start the download process.
- Edit the file using Adobe Reader or Foxit Reader or any PDF editor.
B. Additional Tips
Since many of you were asking about “which paper should I use?”, I’m going to give you a little explain about it. Actually, it all depends on what occasion you are going to have. If it’s for your kid’s birthday, I think cardstock paper is more than enough for you, it does have great durability as well as better finishes.