Today, we covered you with these romantic and fun invites which are a perfect match for a laid back garden wedding. The dark-hued flowers and accompanying greenery form a circular border around the text at the center of the card, so it’s easy to read the essential info.
We also love the vibrant floral patterns on the enclosure, RSVP, and thank you cards that complete the suite.
If you’re wondering on how to download this template collection and what you should do next, please read and follow these following guides:
- Choose your template design.
- Move your mouse pointer and Left-Click the template.
- Wait for a while, a new page will appear.
- Right-click the template and choose “save image as” to save it.
- Locate where the file will be saved in your device and Enter.
If the download process has finished, Open the file with either Microsoft Word or Adobe Photoshop. Then insert your text or party information. Print the final draft on cardstock or any printing paper.
Benefits and Printing Tips
While hand-lettered save the dates and letterpress wedding invitations are undeniably elegant, the cost of invitation suites can quickly add up.
Who knew that paper and printing could be so expensive? If you’re looking for a low-cost alternative (and aren’t afraid of a little DIY work), another option is to print your own invitations at home.
Consider the Price
Even if you print at home, the cost of ink and paper will add up, especially if you choose high-quality paper stock or heavily saturated inks.
Consider details such as invitation size, paper type, whether your invitations will be flat or folded, and other embellishments such as a belly band or wrap.
Don’t forget about postage and envelopes. All of these factors will help you determine whether the cost savings outweigh the benefits of ordering from a professional.
Plan Ahead and Schedule
Printing your own invitations may be less expensive than hiring a professional, but it does not always imply that it will be faster. When printing at home, remember to give yourself time, grace, and patience because it can get complicated.
Eight weeks before your wedding date, send out your invitations. Remember to subtract your wedding date from the time you plan to print.
Make sure you have 10% more supplies than you need (such as ribbon, paper, ink, and envelopes) in case of errors or the need to reprint something.
Make a Customization Plan
You’ll usually have the option of doing the customization on a template yourself or hiring a designer to do it for you. If you do it yourself, you will be limited in your ability to change things like fonts and colors.
The cheapest option is to download the template and edit the details yourself, but if you want any of the design elements changed, the designer is usually able to accommodate and send you the ready-to-print file back.
To avoid mistakes, edit the wording and finalize your design in front of multiple sets of eyes before hitting the print button.