Not only do Monogram represent the Bride & Groom’s Initials in beautiful and simple ways, it also has an aura to attract everyone with its pure and minimal design. It’s perfect idea for a wedding, but they’re also serenely beautiful for various of your special events. Whether you add them as an element for your invitation, or thank you card designs.
This article will give you beautiful set of examples of Elegant Wedding invitation card, along with Monogram to display your Initials. Since it was made only for an example, I wrote the initial with B (Bride) and G (Groom), you can easily replace those two and the rest (Wording sample) with your own text. Because our template is editable with Ms. Word.
Both of your initial and your future-husband’s initial will be decorated with six gorgeous watercolor flowers¸ such ac blush pink roses, gold-finished roses, and so on. For the background design, I put canvas texture as the design, since it’s Modern design looks, so it doesn’t need to be to “stand-out” too much.
- Use Google Chrome, or Mozilla Firefox for better performance in downloading our template file.
- Okay, first thing first, you need to click the download button (Above).
- Soon after you clicked that, you’re going to see Google Drive page. It’s a download menu, and safe from any virus. Don’t worry about that.
- In Google drive page or menu, to download the file, click download > locate the folder > save or enter and the download process will be automatically started.
What’s the perfect time to deliver the invitation card?
From my personal opinions (or what I know), invitations should be going out six to eight weeks before the day of the event. It goes the same to all events, from Wedding to Birthday party. That gives guests plenty of time to clear their schedules and make travel arrangements if they don’t live in town. If it’s a destination wedding, give guests more time and send them out three months ahead of the wedding.