If you love the idea of florals, but are looking for a more streamlined, yet rustic, design, these purple pastel floral bouquet Canva invitations could be a perfect choice. Along the top border, wisteria drapes down over the text, echoing the patterns of string lights hanging from a barn or other outdoor venue.
If the colors aren’t in your wedding palette, you can change them up (along with other style options) when you go to personalize the invites.
On today’s blog, here are beautiful watercolor floral frame Invitations that you can have by downloading them and customising with your party details.
- Right-Click each one of your selection
- Then select “Save Image As”, locate where you want the file to be saved in your device.
- Click “Save”, or tap “Enter”, and the download process will start shortly
To make your card look like done by the professional, you can optimize your effort by buying either Cardstock or Cotton paper to help your special invites deliver sturdy and versatile feels, which makes it brilliant party favors and can be used as future references for your guest.
Backyard Wedding Party Ideas
If you’re having a backyard wedding and need some DIY wedding décor inspiration, you’ve come to the right place! I’ll be talking about my experience throwing a backyard wedding reception.
Making DIY wedding decorations may appear scary at first, but it’s one of the best ways to display your personality on your wedding day if you’re a creative person!
I completely rebuilt the backyard from the ground up. We planted a lot of flowers that bloomed in February, took excellent care of the lawn, but most importantly, we made flower baskets and even dried rose petals from the garden for the bridesmaids to throw, which was a lovely touch.
My partner and I also had a ton of other entertaining ideas, ranging from smoke bombs to sparklers.
Our wedding had a rustic theme with a touch of glitz and glam. The pampas grass was used in the wedding decorations and flowers! One of the many advantages of a backyard wedding is that we may celebrate with our pets.
They complimented us on how lively our wedding was, with plenty of bright colors and a festival vibe. We had an awesome lady gang to take shots with because I had eight bridesmaids.
We were certain that we’d employ our imaginations to create a variety of DIY wedding decorations. For the wedding, we made so many incredible signs and decorations that it was truly one-of-a-kind.
My favorite part of our wedding was the hand-dried hydrangeas in various shades of blue that we produced. It was utilized for bouquets, table decorations, and the handcrafted arch for their wedding ceremony, which linked everything together flawlessly.
In addition to the hydrangeas, I utilized toitoi, branches, and tree leaves to create a natural-boho type arch. Because of how lovely it is, I can’t believe it’s handcrafted.
My hubby and I enjoyed our first dance on the front lawn under festoon lights that they had sourced and strung themselves. A band was playing our favorite songs on the balcony, which further added to the warm, welcoming environment.
We turned our garage into a nightclub for the reception, complete with laser lights, a boom system, and even a smoke machine. To demonstrate how fantastic things turned out, here’s a comment from one of the wedding attendees… “I’d gladly pay to be a member of this club!!!”
If you enjoy partying till the wee hours of the morning, a DIY back garden wedding allows you to do just that with your reception guests.