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I’m a bit of a fanatic about Victorian and vintage images, especially when they involve flowers, soI just love this blank 5″ x 7″ printable vintage template. It has plenty of colorful Victorian flower images, plus a blue butterfly and a very graceful magical fairy. There are also very subtle ivory tone-on-tone stripes in the background, which provide a neutral pattern that unifies all that rich color.
This design can be used for birthdays, anniversaries, bridal showers and engagement parties, bon voyage and retirement parties and so on, but because it’s blank, it could also be used for a vintage-look wedding or commitment ceremony. (I also designed another Victorian-inspired vintage wedding announcement, which is posted on this blog.) You could also fold it in half and print on the inside to use it as a folding thank you or response card, or you could reduce it for use as table place cards.
If this artwork isn’t quite what you’re looking for, I have other blank wedding templates. That page also has commitment ceremony and wedding wording examples, if you need help in that area, and instructions for making wedding invitations. You can visit that page by clicking the link in the first sentence or the button below:
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Credits: Thanks to Shelly of KairinaKatKreations.Blogspot.com for some of the Victorian images and to Cajoline of Cajoline-Scrap.Blogspot.com for the butterfly. Some of the vintage images also came from my VintageHolidayCrafts.com site.
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I love, love, love this one!! I’m partial to Victorian looking flowers….and visually I love flowers all bunched up with no white spaces so this is wonderful!!
These look really gorgeous and make for a special touch.
It’s hard to find them in stores so I guess it’s better to DIY them, since I’m sure you end up spending less for them.
Thanks, Joanne! I’m partial to anything vintage, so I had a lot of fun designing this one.
That’s pretty colorful; what kind of printer requirements are you looking at for it to show up well? I suppose you could take it to Kinko’s and have them run off a bunch; that’s what we did with our wedding programs after my wife designed them.
Thanks for your comment, William. You could certainly take them to a copy center but if you use good paper that’s recommended for your printer, and set your printer on the “Best” setting (or your printer’s equivalent), you’d be surprised how well they come out. Be prepared to use a lot of ink though!
I really love these! Very feminine and perfect for so many different occasions!
FYI – the “Click for instructions” image isn’t showing up on the category page. (I see an X where it should be – at work using IE)
Thanks, William. For some reason it has never shown up on the category page. I just haven’t taken the time to get it straightened out.