Post # 1
Hi bees, I saw this invitation on weddingbee just now and I LOVE it! I couldn’t find it anywhere… I don’t know if this is DIY or it is a premade wedding kit. If any of you knows how to make or where to get these, please let me know. I am trying to make my own invitation, but I suck at photoshop… I am on my way of learning it tho. Hopefully I can figure it out sometime soon and start working on my invitation. Anyways, please let me know if you know how to make or where to get those. I really appreciate it.
Post # 3
My guess is that this is actually designed by Jessica Bishop (name on envelope). She’s a graphic designer, and runs the Budget Savvy Bride blog.
Hold on I will find her graphic design page…
Post # 4
Here it is:
Her maiden name is Lehry I think. I don’t think she updates that blog anymore, but you can probably contact her for design services.
Post # 5
There is a similar template on weddingchicks.com which is free downloads. I did a ton of there stuff in microsoft publisher, the only issue was the printer settings. Once I figured out how to change the paper size settings, they were a breeze.
Post # 6
@tksjewelry:I went on wedding chicks, but I didn’t find the similar one…Do you mind send me the link please? Thanks
Post # 7
That’s really pretty, with a little bit of work in photoshop it would be rather easy to make… See if you can find some photoshop tutorials and then buy/download some digital scrapbooking kits… I suggest:
They have a ton of great free kits and then their “for purchase” kits are really inexpensive. then basically you copy and paste what you want… If you really want to get technical you can change colors by adjusting the hue/saturation to the color you want (there are other ways of doing this as well, but that’s the easiest) Good luck!
Post # 8
I think you can replicate that in photoshop. I gave it a quick whirl and here’s what I came up with (completely free)
The free fonts I used were:
– Hockey is Life
– and Robot Teacher
I googled searched “stripe”, found a pattern I liked, moved it over to photoshop where it was recolored in that grey/blue and made bigger. Then I layered it with a frame that I had freely downloaded from somehwhere off the internet a long time ago… you could also make your own by drawing it out and scanning it in. You’d need to know all your for sure size dimensions, but this shouldn’t be too difficult! If you think I can help you at all, please don’t hesitate to PM me 🙂
Post # 9
@stefanieastronaut:WOW!!! You did an amazing job!! Thank you sooo much! I am not really good at using photoshop tho. I just downloaded the ps free trail yesterday, and still trying to figure out some of the cool features. Well all the features are cool to me cuz i have never used it before haha. But thank you soooo much!! I am so amazed by your work. I ll sure send you a PM if I need your help. Are you a graphic artist by any chance?
Post # 10
@Mrs. LB: I’m not, really – I run a little Etsy store but it’s not stuff like this. I didn’t know anything about photoshop like, a year ago or so… it’s really easy to pick up, once you get going! Feel free to message me – I can even send you these template files, if you’d like them! You can add free text at picnik.com (the only thing that can’t do is the arched text and that “currency” font – which I just downloaded for free from dafont.com)
I can walk you through this whole project in not that many steps, too, if you’d like to try it out my way! This only took about 15 minutes, believe it or not 🙂
And thank you 😉 Like I said, once you get going, you’ll be so surprised how easy it is to replicate things!