Easy Make Wedding Invitations!
The Perfect Personalized Wedding Invitations!
Have you been wondering how to make a wedding invitation card? Often the biggest issue is to find the right wedding invitation template you can use without worrying about attribution or how you are allowed to use the design. This design can act as a guide for creating your own, or you can use it as is.
You can download the template for this wedding invitation right from our resource library - be sure to look for asset #340!
Here’s what you need to make your Wedding Invitation. This post does contain some affiliate links for your convenience (which means if you make a purchase after clicking a link I will earn a small commission but it won’t cost you a penny more)! Read my full disclosure policy.
Wedding Invitation Step-by-Step Guide
Step Two - Design Space Adjustments
There are only a couple of adjustments to be made in Design Space. The first is to change the Yellow basic cut object to Pen.
Step Three - Changing the Pen Type
You can choose your own pen size. For a nice Silver line, choose Glitter Gel 0.8mm and the Silver from the drop-down list.
Double check to make sure everything is attached and saved. Click on Make It to continue.
Step Four - Selecting Your Material
You want to make sure you select the right type of material for your card. My suggestion is to use a double-sided medium cardstock and use a solid core paper if possible. This will give you a nice clean cut without white showing through in the core.
Your cardstock should also have one side a plain color so that the pen drawing will show.
Place the cardstock with the plain side up and the patterned side down for maximum effect.
Step Five - Assembly
The assembly is quite simple. You want to fold the edges in towards the center. This means the silver pen drawing will be in the middle and the edges are folded in. Crease the edges so they form a sharp fold.
Next, cut a piece of narrow ribbon - 12” is the perfect size.
Thread the ribbon through the two holes in the center middle of the card, even the ribbon out and then tie a bow.
This wedding invitation is gorgeous and you can handwrite your message in the center or use your Cricut to add the text that is appropriate for your special occasion.
Don’t let anything get in your way when you are helping to plan a wedding (or anniversary). Use this template, make any adjustments you wish - you can use this for personal or commercial projects.
The important thing is to have fun and enjoy the crafting life!
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Until next time,