There is no-room for me to argue from this one, this following invitation design is beautiful on its own, thanks to its stunning design which combines Modern design with Floral element.

Rose Gold also considered to be one of “main element” for today’s design. Most of you might have heard or seen it on real life, for example, holding an iPhone 6s series, have you? Anyway, from that day, Rose Gold becomes trending till this day. It goes perfect for Wedding and Birthday. Speaking of that, why won’t see this invitation card together? This ones also had “Rose Gold”, and for beginner, you can do it by yourself, as it also has a good feature of editable with Ms. Word.

 

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Dark slate gray is the main layer of today’s design. It will be decorated with stunning Geometric Pattern, which most of us already knew that, wasn’t it? Inside that, your party information will be there and neatly presented with Elegant typefaces. For the main element; Rose Gold, those color will be applied onto the “Floral” elements, and as we can see, it was placed on each corners of the card. From Hawaiian Hibiscus to stunning Roses, all of them were “covered” with Rose Gold foil texture.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DOWNLOAD ROSE GOLD FLORAL TEMPLATES HERE

Download Information

  • Above link are the main key to access the template, which is stored in our Google Drive account.
  • Soon after you clicked that, you will be directed to Google Drive download page or screen.
  • You will see another download button, click that > locate the destination folder > Save.
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Printing Guidance

          Let’s make it short. The best paper that you can get on market is Card-stock paper, Why? The reason is simple, you will get tons of advantages that others won’t. It has that “premium” feels, it doesn’t bend as easily as others, so somehow you will be proud to have that as the material. So, print the template on 5×7 card-stock paper. How to print it? While still on Ms. Word home screen, go to File > Print > Fill all the settings > Print or tap Enter.

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