Hello, everyone! I’m so excited to share some more of this year’s new party stationery designs that can be used for almost numerous occasions across all the season. Today it’s time to unveil Modern Vintage Rose Wedding Invitations!
Last time I mentioned that I’ve been feeling really inspired by vintage botanicals lately and just can’t get enough of them. This time I thought it
would be great to combine vintage florals with modern design and simplicity, and it has resulted in this stunning combination! Please see the following ones.
If you ask me, “what’s my favorite part?”, then it’d be definitely hard for me to point it out, as every single of them came up with striking design, as well as both modern and vintage vibes. Without taking the focus away, from the Rose, I tried my best to make sure the astronomically beautiful Rose displayed so nicely. Therefore, I paired them with other type of flowers like Ranunculus, Peony and my all-time favorite blooms, Gardenia.
Is that all? No, it’s not! Shape up your wedding, birthday or any of your party stationery suite with the cool and stylish Geometric! It’s presented in people’s favorite enhancer named Text-frame. The edgy design could help you highlight your text, as your text meant to be displayed here, so it gets surrounded by the beautiful Floral as well.
“Do I need to use Adobe Photoshop?”, The answer is all depending on what circumstance you had. You might have decent hours of editing, then by far Adobe Photoshop still does the magic pretty well. Meanwhile, if you are new to this realm, using Microsoft Word and Ms. Paint/Paint 3d (Win 10) would be enough for you. If you want even simpler (Doesn’t require third party apps), you can use our own decent pre-built, Online Image Editor.
- Choose your favorite design, then Right-Click the template
- Select “Save Image As”, Locate where the file will be saved in your device.
- After that, hit “Enter” or click “Save”, and the download process will start automatically in a few seconds.
- After the download has finished, check the file by opening it using either Adobe Photoshop or Microsoft Word or Paint (Only available in Windows).