Add one of these classic, Vintage Watercolor Floral arrangements to your party stationery. These flowers, including poinsettias, roses, and amaryllis, will brighten your invitation card displays. We all agreed that crafting our invitation card, especially for wedding and birthday event, isn’t that easy as it may seems. But still definitely doable if you’re using template design like from us, so any of you who haven’t had any experience before could easily do that at home.
In our site, you can easily find a tons of inspirations on the Internet that also come with stunning ideas and designs. For example, like in our site, there are hundreds of collections, and you can get all the invitation template for free, though. Do you want to try it? Okay, I’ve got a new design, btw. Here they are, (Hope you liked it)
This templates were basically come in exquisite rustic concept. The Pink and Green hue help glimmered this combination, along with bunch of additional stuff like gold frame which proven useful to highlight the text and paper grain finished on its background layer help to show that this one is legit “Vintage”.
In addition, as I mentioned above, we allow you customize our template whatever you want as long as it’s for personal use only. Any template in our site has handy JPG or PNG editable format, it means that this template will be 100% editable. You can even use a basic app like Ms. Word or using Online image editor. Anyway, are you sure you’re going to leave this chance? Nope! Choose your favorite design, and let’s proceed to the download phase.
- You need to left-click the preview image, and a new pop up page will be shown shortly, then right-click the image
- Select save image as, locate the destination folder and tap enter.
- Now open the file with either Adobe Photoshop or Microsoft Word (Recommended for beginner).
- Print the final draft on cardstock paper for the best result.
How It Works
Once everything is done (The editing session), you can prepare all the “Printing” material, like Printing Paper, Ink, Scissor, and so on. I usually use Card-stock paper, it’s relatively a bit more expensive than the other ones, but this specific paper is great and really worth the price.