Traditionally speaking, it’s necessary for both brides and grooms to list every details that will stand on their big day. And I know how stressful it was, as I once experienced it. For me personally, it’s the most interesting part when hosting an event, and the rest would follow each progress you have make.
Yeah, we know. Cue the eye rolls if everything goes right as what we expected, but what if there was something that went horribly wrong? Most of the time, it’s understandable that your party decoration might be a bit different with your imaginary concept, but don’t ever dare to let it go if your party invitation doesn’t represent your actual party. What should I do then? You have to find the right ones. For instance, this following ones might be the one you had been looking for so long.
This template works great with cardstock paper, the gold frame and text will be stood more than you’re using other type of paper, such as cotton and kraft paper. Aside from that, you also get gorgeous Floral decoration placed next to / around the place where your text is displayed. From gorgeous Magnolias to Roses on each sides of the card. Which one is my favorite? My favorite was the one that I personally picked it as today’s post cover. It is quite large “Text-box”, with vintage-ish ornament (Frame) and gorgeous Floral on the left.
As I have mentioned it, don’t forget to put your party detailed information on the designated Text-Box. You could write down some rhyme word as an opening word, then you can fill the rest with the information such as, Where the party is going to be nailed down and so on.
- Move your mouse pointer on top of your favorite template or design, then right click on them.
- Select “Save Image As”
- Locate the folder and Tap “Enter” and now the download process will begin shortly.
- Software for editing: Microsoft Word, Paint or Adobe Photoshop.