Today I’m excited to reveal the elegant country bridal shower invitations I made for my friend’s bridal shower! I hope you like them!
We got the idea from Pinterest, of course. Here is the original:
And here’s our version!
- Kraft paper cardstock (I got these at Michaels)
- Kraft paper envelopes (I found mine at Archivers)
- White lace doilies (Found at Joann’s or Michael’s)
- Thin ribbon
I created the design in InDesign and had them all printed out at FedEx on Kraft paper cardstock I bought at Michael’s. I printed them 2 up on an 8.5 x 11 sheet of paper, so it only cost me around $4 to print 80 5×7 invites! Then I had to trim all of them out. The perfectionist, former graphic designer in me decided I had to cut them each out with an exacto knife (not the most effective use of time, but oh well).
Once they were all trimmed out I attached them to a doily. I used scrapbook adhesive dot glue and put a couple strips on the solid part of the doily. (I don’t recommend using a regular glue stick because then your doily is sticky to the touch.) Then I centered the invite over top of the doily with the most overhang on the left and right sides. I folded over the sides and then trimmed off the extra doily on the top and bottom. If you don’t trim it, they will not fit in the envelopes.
Next, I tied a thin pink ribbon around the whole thing and tied a bow. This part is the hardest! I didn’t attached the ribbon to the card since it was such a tiny ribbon. I also tried twine instead of ribbon, but it did not look good.
I also bought matching kraft paper envelopes at Archivers and put a cute stamp on the front to write in the addresses.
What do you think?
Also – check out the cupcake toppers I made to go with the elegant country bridal shower here.
I’m linking up to:
Making the World Cute Monday, Made by You Monday at Skip to My Lou, Snap Show and Tell, Lil Luna Link Party, Wow Me Wednesday at Polkadots on Parade, Wow Me Wednesday on Ginger Snap Crafts, What I Whipped up Wednesday at Sugar and Dots, Wildy Original Link Party at I Gotta Create!, The 36th Avenue Link Party