It’s been a while since I accepted request for a custom-made design, but recently I got a message from my high school friend. I’m pretty shocked to see her message, because we’ve been met for almost 10 years, and glad that we are able to meet soon. I’ve spent almost the entire day with her, and she asked me if it’s possible to create custom invitation card design for her, and I said “Of course, why not?”
Here how it goes, yup, it won’t be the same as hers, I’ve made a plenty of designs for her, but at the end she only took three from 9 designs I made. So, the rest (6 designs) will be shared in today’s article. I hope you enjoy today’s article, so happy reading.
Rose and peonies, both are almost identical, and also has the capability to allure everyone, attract them to see it more and more. So, I added plenty of them and placed it in each templates, right on the corner of the card. All flower elements have been drawn and painted in soft color finished, which is inspired from Watercolor design that’s so popular lately.
How to Download
- (See above) for the download button > Click that > Wait for a seconds.
- Soon after you clicked that, Google drive page will appear.
- Then click Download > Locate where you want the file to be saved > Enter or Save.
- Check the file, unpack it with any Rar file opener, open the Fonts folder and install all fonts.
Before you go get some supplies at local stationery shop, it’d be better if you find and get a little information of what items you’re going to buy, especially for printing, as it can be a bit tricky. Card-stock paper is definitely the all-rounder, not actually the best one, but sure it will give you plenty of advantages, such as premium or luxury finishes and feels. The best way to deliver your invitation card is either 1-2 weeks prior the day of the event. If you want something simpler, you can send it through social media, like Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.