Hi guys! Today, I’ve got an DM from one of my loyal audience, she asked me to craft a beautiful invitation cards, for her upcoming birthday in August, last year. She kindly asked me, if everything is possible to make a couple of design in such sort amount of time. Of course, I nailed it, even it was a pretty unique design to imagine and work. Let me skip a little bit of the story. Two days ago, maybe, I found this design and decided to do a little bit, make over and present it to you, guys.
This templates were inspired from Elegant Style design, which was on trending list in Pinterest. It features simple White background, beautiful Sunflowers Painting, along with “Car” images. What’s the purpose of those car images? Those are the main concept for today’s design; a whole new concept of Drive by party. If you haven’t heard it before, you can easily get the information on the Internet, guys.
Okay, let’s back to the main topic. As its decoration, I’ve made a couple designs for it, there will be six different designs, which you can pick either one or six of them, even as a future references. Why not? Right? Of course. At the center of the card, as we can see, there is a big or large space, which is very useful for you to put or add your party details, like Where the party is going to be nailed down, What’s the rules or specific dress-code, and so on. Now one of your is done, your template – your rules!. You better get prepare for the customization.
Best Printing Paper?
When it comes to wedding stationery, there are two basic paper:
- Text paper: This is the paper you have in your home printer (the ‘letterhead’ paper). It comes in various weights, generally between 20-80 lbs.
- Card-stock paper: This paper will remind you of a postcard or a business card (sturdy, doesn’t bent as easy as the text paper). It also comes in various weights, between 45-200 lbs.
We recommend that you use at least 80 lbs. stock for paper for printing invitations. Paper weight of 100-110 lbs. will give more professional look to your invitations. If you use 160 lbs. paper, you may get trouble when inserting it in your home printer.