Maybe for most people, Monochromatic design were not so appealing, since the color itself does look too plain. But when you’re a fan of “Industrial Design”, Monochromatic is must! Do you know why? The reason is, because we’re choosing one color and using tones, shades, and tints, of that same color. Using variations of the same color can make a room look larger, so it’s great for decorating small to medium spaces. It’s great for Wedding, Baby Shower, Bridal Shower and much more.
What do we have in this article? Please have a look at these,
This invitation card was inspired by Ads on Internet, those Ads shows a stunning design in Etched finished. So, today’s design will look great if you can pair it with matching-matching material (Canvas textured cardstock paper, and go with Etched printing finished).
Each of this invitation suites have vintage Bracket styled frame, sitting on top of classic Black and White striped background. The beautiful watercolor floral wasn’t coming in Monochromatic Filter, and instead had additional “bright and cheery” tones for such festive event.
Let’s talk about the wording/script. Since our templates are editable with any PDF editor, you can simply replace and type your own text into the template, sounds great, right? Yup, and there is one more for you, our collection is free to use (For personal use only).
Follow this instruction to download our templates:
- Scroll-up a bit and you should see the provided link that says “Download Free … Invitation here”, point your mouse pointer there and click it.
- You are going to see Google Drive Page in seconds and now you can download the file by clicking the download button or drop-down arrow (Almost on the top right of your display)
- Tap “Enter” to start the download process.
- Edit the file using Adobe Reader or Foxit Reader or any PDF editor.
For printing material, you can get some information from Google. Carefully think which paper material that suit your best, either Cardstock or Linen or even Kraft paper. Most paper has various kinds of colors, textures, as well as thicknesses. The universal standard for printing-sizes is 5×7 inches.