Glamourize your wedding invitations with these Dark Blue Roses Canva Wedding Invitations. These are absolutely elegant floral wedding invitations. A mix of refined fonts completes the high-end look, which is appropriate for an upscale black-tie event.
These muted floral wedding invitations have a lot to love. Softly painted florals and greenery add a subtle pop of color to the classic design, which includes swirling script and serif fonts. Your joint monogram appears unexpectedly on the back of the card as a sentimental touch.
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.
You can also use Canva to create a personalized party invitation that your friends and family will love! Our layouts have been created to accommodate any type of celebration, from a family gathering to a cruise or weekend getaway.
To add your own flair, use the drag-and-drop design tool. You can customize any of our layouts by changing the images, fonts, and colors to create a party invitation that is unique to your event. Check out some of our adorable wedding card ideas right here!
Non-Religious Wedding Readings for Your Ceremony
Minutes before you say your wedding vows, the words you say have a completely different meaning. As you exchange vows in front of friends and family, this is, after all, the moment for you to declare your love for your spouse. But it can be challenging to select the ideal wedding reading for that circumstance.
One of these passages might be the lovely addition to the ceremony you’ve been looking for, whether your wedding is religious or not. Continue reading for nonreligious wedding readings from poems, books, songs, and movies.
“Captain Corelli’s Mandolin” by Louis De Bernieres
Love is a temporary madness, it erupts like volcanoes and then subsides. And when it subsides, you have to make a decision. You have to work out whether your roots have so entwined together that it is inconceivable that you should ever part. Because this is what love is.
Love is not breathlessness, it is not excitement, it is not the promulgation of promises of eternal passion, it is not the desire to mate every second minute of the day, it is not lying awake at night imagining that he is kissing every cranny of your body. No, don’t blush, I am telling you some truths. That is just being “in love,” which any fool can do. Love itself is what is left over when being in love has burned away, and this is both an art and a fortunate accident.
“One Hundred Years of Solitude” by Gabriel García Márquez
Madly in love after so many years … they enjoyed the miracle of loving each other as much at the table as in bed, and they grew to be so happy that even when they were two worn-out old people they kept on blooming like little children and playing together like dogs.
“Untitled” by Christina Rossetti
What is the beginning? Love. What the course. Love still. What the goal. The goal is Love. On a happy hill Is there nothing then but Love? Search we sky or earth There is nothing out of Love Hath perpetual worth; All things flag but only Love, All things fail and flee; There is nothing left but Love Worthy you and me.
To choose the ideal reading, use the theme of your wedding. For instance, if you’re hosting a backyard garden party, start your search with The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett.