How To Make Your Own Wedding Invitations

Here at Emporella, we like to get creative; so here are a few thrifty ideas to inspire unique wedding invitations


Emporella Tutorial 1:  Personalize your own colourful shaped invites;
Simple, easy and effective!
Step 1: Select your card in your favourite colour/wedding colour scheme.
Step 2: Fold in half and cut out your favourite shape for example: Love heart, Cake, Star, Cupcake, Flowers, Cocktail.
Step 3: Invest in different shaped hole punchers,
(available on amazon) and punch your favourite shapes on
the front of the card.
Step 4: Write your invites and get them sent!
Use the following to decorate your invites:
Paper Flowers
Paper Butterflies
Patterned edge scissors

A little bit of experimenting was in order while writing this blog, surrounding ourselves with glitter, flowers, lace, ribbon, and wooden hearts – all things girly!

First, I created layers of different coloured cards, beige and red followed by beige and gold. I then went on to experiment with glitter writing and placed the decorations around the card. The process was simple and fun! This method allows you to design a unique, one-of-a-kind invite, keeping the cost low and you stress-free!
 Final products: 
Emporella Tutorial 2: 
The best part about DIY is that it can be done in your spare time. Grab a glass of bubbly, get your bridesmaid over and create these simple, elegant invitations.
Step 1: Decide on a colour scheme and a couple of fonts. These are easily accessible online (I recommend Pinterest for ideas).
Step 2: Use a word document to type up and layout your invites. Once you are happy with them, print them off onto card.
Step 3: Use either lace or ribbon to match your colour scheme. Stick or tie them on and you’re ready to send! You’re welcome.
Cute inspiration: 

So, bride to be – have we inspired you? Get creating, stay unique and more importantly have fun!

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