When we think of traditional wedding invitation suites, we think of a simple or plain white invitation paper with simple Monogram scripts, or using rustic paper if we want some vintage feels. Shiny and flower accents are seen as “too much”, which means the focal point was the Monogram or the scripts. Is it that bad? Of course, it’s not bad at all, when it comes to personal preferences, we can’t argue with that.
A string quartet, white chiffon tablecloths, an arch with billowy white organza and a sterling silver champagne fountain make for an understated-and-elegant aesthetic. This gorgeous invitation will suit in between, both vintage and modern event.
While these invitations can be customized to any color scheme, we think the rustic background is just lovely. The delicate watercolor flowers give beautiful contrast with the greenery and twine, alongside some decorations like rustic text box with stunning gold foil border design that is sweeping across from the left to the right side of the card.
Here are a few things you need to do:
I will make it as simple & short as possible, so you won’t get bored just by reading it.
- How to Download
Right Click your selected templates – Wait for a moment. Then Right click once again – Choose “Save Image As”. Locate where the file will be saved in your device and tap “Enter”. Open the file with Ms. Word or Photoshop.
Please note this. Before you get into the editing, you must prepare what kind of fonts you would like to use. If you are like to use fonts that was shown in the sample text, you don’t have to browse font any more, since it’s already come by default in either Ms. Word or Adobe Photoshop.