When do people start thinking to use invitation card?
People began to use invitation cards to announce their special event to their guests in the late nineteenth century, I believe. My wild guess is that this was a relatively new trend at the time. Imagine if we were able to do it the same way they did it back then. The good news is that you have the option of doing everything yourself. How? I’ve created the following template collection for you mommies and girls to assist you in creating invitation cards in a matter of minutes.
This collection sparkles with Floral elements, and each color and amazing detail represents neutrality, making it peaceful and soft. They are always used in the spring, such as at a spring-themed party, birthday, or baby shower. Because they complement neutral colors and exude sophistication. Pastel colors use white to represent clarity, innocence, cleanliness, spirituality, purity, hope, expansiveness, and openness.
Follow this instruction if you want to keep these templates as your invitation card design. Here they are,
- Scroll-up a bit and you should see the provided link that says “EDIT NOW ON CANVA”, point your mouse pointer there and click it.
- You will be directed to Canva page in seconds and now you can instantly edit/customize our template designs and download the file.
- How to download: Move your mouse pointer onto the “File” button (top-right) > Choose Download > Click the Download button.
For the printing material you can use card-stock paper, it’s commonly used for wedding invitation. It comes in a variety of textures, colors and thicknesses – choose which one is suitable for you. The standard print sizes of the invitation card are 5×7” and vice versa, if you want to set them in landscape orientation card.