A navy blue and gold wedding motif are a beautiful wedding theme that is both elegant and dark. This color scheme is perfect for fall and winter wedding themes and looks absolutely beautiful as centerpieces, backdrop, bouquets and even a wonderful wedding invitation suites.
Read on this page to learn more about how you can incorporate navy blue and gold into your wedding fairly quick.
Just look at the elegance of this beautiful navy blue and gold Floral wedding invitation suites. You definitely need something like this one to be a focal point of your wedding reception. The way how each elements here connected to each others were so wonderful.
I personally picked a beautiful paper-sheet like texture and started to do so brushing with watercolor-brushes in Photoshop. It provides beautiful enhancement, instead of just plain white paper sheet. It wasn’t long after I finished making those beautiful details, I learned that I need can be easily distinguished even from afar.
After two days of searching inspiration on Internet, I finally found out that brides and parents are still understand that they do need some Gold accents to cherish the invites. Hence, I tried my best to recreate that kind of thing. In fact, I managed to find the way to create a beautiful Oval-shaped thing called Text-frame, and covered it up with stunning Faux Gold foil.
Aside from that, this template also offers beautiful Floral in watercolor and it does have beautiful lines made of gold. It seems enough, right? No, it wasn’t! I decided to cherish the invite with one more thing, and this was probably one of my favorite way to sprinkle golds to highlight the card.
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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