If your wedding is going to be decorated with bows, small or large, try using them in the wedding invitations as well. You will be able to create a greater effect, especially if your guests discover that the bows were not only included in the invitations but also used as a form of decoration at the wedding itself. They’re really easy to make and are guaranteed to lend your elegant wedding invitations a charming appearance.
It’s easy to design your invitation, download the image or PDF file, and have it printed at your local print shop on specialty paper. Our print-at-home option is entirely free, too. Or go totally tech and share your invites via email, WhatsApp or SMS, also free of charge. For a full event management service with RSVP, reminders, registry and more features, choose the ‘send online’ option.
There are literally thousands of creative wedding invitation ideas. So we waded through them to bring you a small collection of creative designs that aren't just cute, they're also easy to make. To print your own, just download the template provided, add your wedding details and package it any way you like. Not sure exactly how to word them? Use our invitation wording tool.

One of the most essential things, that an invitation needs to contain, is the location and the precise date and time of the wedding. If you want your guests to save the date automatically, you can place a calendar on the invitation and mark the big day with a heart. It will be easy to spot and it will be easy to memorise. You can see a great example of this idea in the picture above. Calendar cards are great handmade wedding invitations.
The request line is where you invite people to attend your wedding (a.k.a. "Please come!"), so use this section to set the tone for your celebration. If your wedding is formal, use more formal language to reflect the occasion (e.g., "request the honor of your presence…"); if your wedding is casual, use less formal language (e.g., "Would love for you to join them..." or "Want you to come party with us…"). Here are a few more things to keep in mind:
Template.net offers a multitude of wedding invitations to fit any theme or style that you want. From classy and elegant letters to vintage and hipster aesthetics, laid-back beach weddings, or even themed events. Like from bridal shower invitations, formal invitation to anniversary invitation cards, everything is available right on this website. Each of these templates comes with high-quality photos and graphics, with a stunning 300 dpi resolution for a beautiful invitation quality on paper or online. We frame all of our templates to be used conveniently in both soft and hardcopy. Take a look at our vast template gallery and download your perfect wedding invitation now.
Once you’ve designed your invites, when do you send them? And what about save-the-date cards? The consensus is four to six months before your wedding for save-the-dates, but allow additional time if yours is a destination wedding. The number one etiquette tip for these is that save-the-dates only go to people you absolutely plan to invite to the wedding. List the city location to give adequate planning time for travel and lodging, even if your exact venue is still undecided. You can create a unique wedding hashtag and spread it to collect memories of your future event.

It all starts with the right design. Once you have found the right template you have the ability of making it unique by modifying each section on the design to one of over 160 distinct colors for a look that is uniquely you. After color preferences, select from a selection of premium paper types to make sure you get the paper type that suites your style and look flawlessly. If that was not enough, Basic Invite provides over 40 distinct envelope colors to establish the correct tone for your vintage invites leading up to them even being opened.
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