Elegant Navy & Gold Damask Wedding Invitation
Posted on March 22, 2018
This is the perfect invitation recipe for those that want elegant DIY wedding invitations on a budget. The Damask suite is simple, with just an invitation and RSVP card, but gets an upgrade with a touch of laser cut detailing and the use of double envelopes, as well as a classic color palette of Antique Gold, Imperial Blue, and Snow White. It features on of our free invitation templates that you can edit (including colors) and download to print at home, making this a super affordable option.
- Free Wedding Invitation Template – “Damask”
- Damask Inner Laser Cut Envelope in Snow White – ($.62 each)
- Full Bleed Inner Envelope Liner in Antique Gold –
($8.25 for 25 pk. / $.33 each)
- Outer A7.5 Envelope in Antique Gold – ($.27 each)
- A2 Envelope in Imperial Blue – ($.20 each)
- Printed Signature Plus Invitation Set on Heavy White – ($.94 each)
DIY this suite at $2.36 per Invitation
(*You can also order pre-cut inserts and print yourself at home.)
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The first step to making these DIY invitations is to visit our free wedding invitation templates and edit the “Damask” invite and RSVP template with all of your details and wedding colors (there are over 80 to choose from). Once you’re finished, your invitation and RSVP will be sent to your email, where you can download and print on blank cardstock or pre-cut inserts. You can also order printing straight from the free template page for $.94 per set.
Assembly for this invitation is super easy. Use a tape dispenser or other type of adhesive to mount the envelope liner to your inner envelope. You can choose to mount the liner flush against the edge of the envelope flap, or create an edge reveal, as shown below. Here’s our guide for different ways to mount this envelope liner.
Tuck your RSVP card under your pre-addressed and stamped RSVP (A2) envelope, and stack your RSVP card on top of your invitation card. Slide both into your inner laser-cut envelope (no need to seal), and slide into your outer (pre-addressed) envelope. The front of the envelope should be facing out. Secure your outer envelope with Envelope Moistener with adhesive for a secure seal.
* If you’re not sure how to address double envelopes, you can read more about etiquette and uses here.
As always, you can really change the look of this invitation suite by picking different colors to fit your unique wedding style.
Let us know if you have any questions in the comments below.
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