We have a large range of invitations, including vintage cards and retro party invites, available here. Such as with these blossoming flower frame border invitations, which would be ideal for a vintage garden celebration.
These blooms with vintage touch forms resemble a watercolor painting in this delicate invitation. It’s perfect big celebrations.
I’ve left or created some quite large spaces so you may freely write or type your party information in a crystal clear manner that your attendees can readily understand. Don’t need to be confused after all, just download these fabulous invitations and make them yours!
How to download
- Firstly, choose your favorite design, then right-click that preview image.
- Select “Save image as” and locate where you want it to be saved in your device.
- You can leave it as it is, and open it later when the download is finished.
- Open the file with third party apps such as Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Paint, Corel Draw and so forth.
For beginner: it’s better for you to use Ms. Word, as it’s capable of doing that flawlessly, and there are many features to help you, like inserting text, changing the font styles, and so on.
Whether it’s for a wedding party or a tea party, the garden is the perfect setting. Decorate the food table with vintage inspired things and set the scene with some gentle glowing lighting. The following list of retro party décor ideas will assist you in transforming your lawn into a vintage paradise.
Planning a Vintage Garden Party
The ability to entertain outside and have family and friends over for a fun garden party comes with the warmer weather. Take a look at some of the elegant garden party ideas below before sending out your party invitations.
If your party is going to last till the evening, you’ll need some lights. This can be done for a low cost by hanging vintage style string lights, utilizing paper lanterns, or using candle lanterns to light up the tables, as shown in the photo.
Candles can be placed in Mason jars, and the outsides of the jars can be decorated with colorful craft paper. Candles on stakes and planted in the ground are one of the simplest and cheapest ways to add lighting.
Other antique party items that can be used to decorate the tables include Mason jars as glasses, a glass drinks dispenser, twine to tie napkins around cutlery sets, and mismatched plates.
A lace tablecloth, a doily table runner, or a burlap table runner can be used to dress up the table. Table planters made out of vintage glass bottles are available. As a decorative element, a birdcage can be used to hold plants, string lights, or old books. They can also be used to store silverware and sauces on the dining table.
See if you can work a chalkboard into your design in some way, like the one in the photo of the vintage garden tea party.
It’s as simple as taking a big piece of cardboard and painting it with chalkboard paint. For a blackboard display, a sheet of plywood might be better. Suitcases in this vintage design can be utilized as food stands or simply as ornamental items.