I have a wedding coming up soon and I thought I would share with you a cheap but very effective way to make a nice, vintage and traditional wedding invitation. We went with this design to go with our vintage/shabby chic theme. I will try answer any questions, (Please note the dates, addresses and names on the invitation has been changed for privacy reasons).

Things that you will need:

  1. Computer software (I used Microsoft Word but people more confident with Photoshop might prefer using it).
  2. Laser printer or access to a Laser photocopier (I used the one in my office). This is so the ink don't run when you wet it later.
  3. Paper, any type will do (I used the cheap office photocopier paper).
  4. Kettle
  5. T-bags
  6. Clean paint brush
  7. Jug that can hold hot water
  8. Tray
  9. A place to hang to dry or an oven
  10. Iron
  11. Dish Cloth
  12. Wax and wax sealing stamp

Step 1: Edit My Template With Your Details.

Edit my template with your details. The template will be in a .doc format. please only use this for personal use and not to sell.

Click to download: Wedding Document

I am so sorry the link has been down for a while. I have lost the original psd file, I will make a new one and update ASAP
<p>Agreed - this would be lovely to use if the template link actually worked</p>
<p>I thought i was going mad when i couldn't get the link to work. Appears it#s broken. shame.</p>
<p>The link to download the template is broken.</p>
<p>Looks great - unfortunately the wedding document link appears to be broken.</p>
<p>Oh, that is clever. I like the patina...!</p>

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