Brings nature’s beauty to life. Summer Garden is well-known for its beauty, as are Watercolor Flowers. Why is it an excellent choice for adorning your wedding suite? While painting is aesthetically pleasing, it also serves as a link between each word in your wedding and your guests, who will read it after seeing the “decoration” elements.
Although your guests will appreciate your efforts in showing your appreciation and requesting their presence, whether your invitations look good or bad, it would be preferable if you invited them with polished invitation cards. Watercolor Flower Elements are great for Weddings and provide everything you need, as shown in the examples below.
Rose, Lily, and Magnolia will never be able to be separated from the wedding. Today’s design will incorporate both in a lovely way. I put an ellipse box in the center of the card, surrounded by beautiful Watercolor Flowers, so it can look both modern and chic, perfect for a contemporary or traditional event.
A bunch of different flower decorations will be used, which will also serve as a “floral frame” for the text box. Because the background layer is editable in Canva Editor, it means that almost all of the elements in this template are interchangeable; you can swap or replace the background with your own favorite.
Have you made up your choice?
If you already had something in your mind, then the next step would be downloading our template to your device. To download our template, isn’t that hard, by the way, you just need to follow this guide:
Follow this instruction to use & download our templates:
- Scroll-up a bit and you should see the provided link that says “Download … Canva Invitation here”, point your mouse pointer there and click it.
- You will be directed to Canva page in seconds and now you can instantly edit/customize our template designs and download the file.
- How to download: Move your mouse pointer onto the “File” button (top-right) > Choose Download > Click the Download button.
- Once the download is finished, open and edit the file using Adobe Reader or any PDF editor/reader.