Stick to the idea of floral, but opt for minimal blooms. This combination works great for various events, except for Winter season. I’d say it’s a bit off for us to use this to add texture and a hint of color into our party without going overboard. Meanwhile, this White Daffodil is the perfect example of party invitation that’s not only great for any season, it also works great for an elegant or vintage affair.
The featured watercolor painting and Jewel Accent in overall design and glittery Champagne gold splatter that sets behind the classic invitation that is framed with detailed corners is certain to impress all your guests no matter what time of year.
Simplicity is elegant, so does this collection, elegance at its finest! I think that’s the best way to depict how stunning this invitation template is. Packed with great details, from the top – to the bottom. The watercolor Daffodil does make much difference, and this was my final choice for today’s design, as it does look better with solid white color and instead, I preferred to use color black and the gold splatter.
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