Planning a party? Need a tea party invitation, or garden party invitation?
I've put together this one that would also make a nice invitation to a Victorian Tea Party.
Please feel free to copy.
Print it out on white paper (If you set the paper preference to 'Landscape mode', and then move the picture over to the right of the page, you can print it, and then fold it over to make a folded card. Cut it out to make it small enough to fit in an envelope.
You could also print it on some pretty card stock.
Be creative with this Victorian party invitation! Glue some lace around the edges, and/or glue a small bow on the bottom. If you use the folded ones, put a small piece of tissue paper in the middle to make them extra special!
Be sure to use a fancy font for the text! Or have someone with nice handwriting write them by hand.
You are free to copy these to make your own invitation, but not to sell in any way!
How to print; Right click on the picture and click 'Save Image as' (save it in your pictures) Then print it.
The Victorians had their own special way of making things seem very romantic, magical even. The beautiful Victorian flowers of roses were the very soul of romanticism.
Your invitation should have that kind of feel that tells the receiver that this will be a very 'special' party.
Need more ideas on what to do to make your card special?
Watch this short video for ideas on decorating your cards!