(Closed) DIY wedding invitations

posted 6 years ago in DIY
Post # 16
49 posts
  • Wedding: April 2013

I created mine on Mixbook.com. Basically, I couldn’t find a ranunculus floral pattern that looked in any way decent, let alone in my colors, so I bought a $5 .png graphic set of ranunculus flowers on Etsy and used Photoshop to change them to my colors.

Then I uploaded the flowers .png’s with transparent backgrounds into Mixbook on a blank invitation and mimicked the layout of a design the hubs and I *loved* but couldn’t afford on WeddingPaperDivas. 

I customized the front and back, got them printed on the highest quality paper, and made info cards and response cards to match. I snazz them up, I ordered envelopes with purple lining and made matching ranunculus stamps on Zazzle for my response cards to be sent in. 

And the best part was that since they were my design, I also made table number cards and Ad Lib cards with the same layout. 

The first image is the front and back of the ones I made, the second is the stamps and interior of the envelope, and the third is the one that inspired us. Ours were about 1/3rd of the cost of the ones we fashioned ours after. 


Post # 17
553 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

Ya check out STUDIOACP on etsy. Super customizable and cheap. I completely redid the response card To how I wanted it. Also she let me have like infinity rough drafts until I was happy! 

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