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7 Wedding Invitation Templates (That Are Cute And Easy to Make!)

If you're leaning toward making your own wedding invitations, there are a few very important factors you might want to take into account. The first is time: Most couples who have made their own invites will say that going the DIY route was much more involved than they had ever imagined. If you have the time to dedicate, and a friend or a fiancé willing to help you pull it off, then all you need now is a fabulous template and the right supplies to get started. There are literally thousands of creative wedding invitation ideas. So we waded through them to bring you a small collection of creative designs that aren't just cute, they're also easy to make. To print your own, just download the template provided, add your wedding details and package it any way you like. Not sure exactly how to word them? Use our invitation wording tool.

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Kraft Paper Wedding Invitation Template

InkJet printer
White card stock 110lb
Brown kraft card stock 70lb
A7 peach metallic square flap envelopes
A7 steel gray Himalaya pocket invitations
Fiskars corner punch: Romantique
Fiskars 12″ classic rotary paper trimmer
CraftBond repositionable glue sticks
Adobe Illustrator or other photo editing software (You can download a free 30 day trial version of Adobe Illustrator here.)

1. Download the Adobe Illustrator files attached here: Template 1 and Template 2.
2. To create the invitation: Open the invitation file and add your wedding information. (See suggested free fonts below.) Cut each sheet of white card stock into 2 sheets of 4.75” x 6.75” using the rotary paper trimmer. Print invitation file onto the cut sheets.
3. To create the details card: Open the details file and add your wedding information. Use a details card to direct guests to your wedding website, provide directions, maps, reception info or things to do in the area. Cut kraft card stock sheets into 4” x 5.5” and print onto the cut sheets.
4. Using the Fiskars Corner Punch: Romantique punch each corner of the invitation and details card.
5. Cut the kraft card stock into 5” x 7” sheets. Glue the kraft card stock into the invitation section of the pocket fold envelope.
6. Glue the invitations on top of the kraft cardstock using the repositionable glue stick.
7. Add the details card into the pocket on the right side and slide into the envelope.

Suggested fonts: Hagin Caps; Janda Stylish Script; Just Skinny; Haymaker; Ribbon; Simon Script; Grutch Shaded; A Song for Jennifer; Things We Said; Abraham Lincoln; Bergamot Ornaments

Photo: Katie Nathey, Upcycled Treasures