Why sixteen is sweet? First of all, this term is quite different according to where you live. In Latin America, they mark 15th birthday as a girl’s first turn point in their age. Meanwhile, in the UK, US/Canada, girls go all out after celebrating their 16th birthday. So, celebrating any 16th birthday is not just sort of celebration that we would be happened to us once in a lifetime.
If you’re like me, a parenting mom who wants to give a little surprise to our daughter for their birthday, I think we can agree to one thing. Our teenage girl’s 16th birthday need sort of “unique” theme and “scenic” set and what could be better than hosting the party at an exquisitely beautiful Botanical Park? You can use one of these following invitation templates as your daughter’s party invitation for free!
Let’s imagine your daughter’s sixteenth birthday will have aesthetic presentation. Not only that, but also a few trending elements like Geometric pattern. Really? Trust me, girls. Everyone in your guest lists will be captivated, just by seeing how stunning this Watercolor Peach Roses is. I’ve drew a bunch of flowers for it, from the slightly White & Blush Pink Lily and Daisy, to gorgeous Peach Roses and Marigold flowers in such astonishing details.
There is a designated place for you to display your text as well. The simple/minimal looks of it is helping the text-box looks very neat/clean alongside the gorgeous floral elements are surrounding it.
How to Download
(Right-click your selection > select “save image as” > click “save”)
Best Printing Paper?
When it comes to wedding stationery, there are two basic paper:
- Text paper: This is the paper you have in your home printer (the ‘letterhead’ paper). It comes in various weights, generally between 20-80 lbs.
- Cardstock paper: This paper will remind you of a postcard or a business card (sturdy, doesn’t bent as easy as the text paper). It also comes in various weights, between 45-200 lbs.
We recommend that you use at least 80 lbs. stock for paper for printing invitations. Paper weight of 100-110 lbs. will give more professional look to your invitations. If you use 160 lbs. paper, you may get trouble when inserting it in your home printer.
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