How To Make Your Own Wedding Invite
Ideas for wedding invitation styles and designs are available online, in stores or in your own imagination. Making your wedding invitations allows you to customize the design and include preferences not always available for purchase. Select the specific colors and elements you want to use.
A self-created wedding invitation also offers a more personalized touch. Your message for the invitation may also be customized. Handmade invitations also save money.Other People Are ReadingHow to Make Your Own Wedding Invitations Online for FreeHow to Design Your Own spring wedding cards OnlineThings You'll NeedPaper hole puncherPaper cutterHard stock paper 5.5 inches by 7.75 inchesThin RibbonShow MoreInstructions 1Using your computer with Microsoft Word installed, open a new document and change the page's orientation to landscape. To change the orientation, click on "Page Layout" and select "Landscape" under "Orientation." Insert two tables side by side on the page. To insert tables, click on "Insert" and select "Tables."2Add the ruler view to the page if it does not appear by clicking on "View" and selecting "Ruler." The size of the tables should automatically appear with a one inch border from the document's edge. If it needs to be adjusted, place your cursor on the edge line and drag it to the appropriate measurement.3Enter the text you wish to have on your summer wedding invitations
in the first table. Select all text and format it for center alignment by clicking on "Layout" and selecting the image that represents "Align Top Center." Select the font size and style you wish to use and adjust text lines to appear as you wish on the card. When it is complete, copy all text and paste it to the other table and print off the number of copies you will need.4Use your paper cutter to trim off the black border lines that appears around each table.5Place the trimmed sheet of paper on top of the hard stock paper you have selected. Align it so that it is center on the hard stock paper. Punch two holes half an inch down from the trimmed paper's center, top edge, spacing the holes one inch apart.6Take thin ribbon and loop into the first hole from the top of the card and bringing it back up through the other hole from the bottom of the card. Cut the ribbon with enough length to tie a bow. Trim off excess ribbon. Your wedding invitation card is complete and ready to send out.
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