There are a few things to keep in mind when choosing both design and fonts for your wedding or birthday stationery, but don’t take it too seriously! Because it can consume your time and energy, unless you got tons of hours specially dedicated for that.
Great design gives your special day a touch of elegant, whether it’s wedding or birthday bash for your little sweetheart. Pair these stunning Classy Floral picnic party invitations with your own favorite font-styles. Montserrat? Hikou? It sure it’s going to be perfect with anything.
Everyone in your guests list will be very happy to see this charming yet beautiful design as a formal invitation and sure they will keep this one as a future reference for them. Judging by the lovely “Gingham” background, this template design is everything for minimalist event!
This template also offers stunning Monochromatic style flower illustrations. I made a few adjustment, at first, to match the color scheme, so I decided to try to put some illustration on there, and twisted it with black and white color and it turned out great. You could probably say thanks to me later, because this custom flower frame will be putting on your party details right in the spotlight.
To download these elegant collection, you only need to click on each one of your selected template, right click on them – choose “save image as”, and your template will be saved automatically on your default download location.
Short guides for choosing paper material
Printing materials comes in plenty of names, textures, finishes as well as colors. In general, you should look up to the overall best, in order to get the best invitation card. You have to be specific now, pick either Cotton or Cardstock paper, for the sturdy and luxury feels, meanwhile, choose Kraft/Linen/Standard text paper for budget-wise. FYI, cardstock paper is the best one you can get on the market, it has the ability to absorb ink so it can produce vibrant colors and sharp images, the other one is known to be strong and sturdy paper type, these one is most widely used for postcards, as well as wedding and birthday party invitation cards.