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Whimsical Rustic DIY Wedding Invitation Set

$20.00 $15.00

Planning a whimsical, rustic wedding? Save money by customizing this Rustic DIY Wedding Invitation Set with your own personal wedding details. This set is editable with the latest version of Adobe Reader/Acrobat.

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Planning a rustic-inspired wedding? Save money by customizing this printable DIY wedding invitation set yourself, which includes the editable invitation, RSVP, inserts and table numbers! MountainModernLife.com

Whimsical Rustic DIY Wedding Invitation Set

Planning a whimsical, rustic wedding? Save money by customizing this printable DIY wedding invitation set yourself, which includes the invitation, RSVP, Directions, Accommodations, Reception, Details, and table number templates. This set has black text and design elements but includes a transparent background so you can print on any paper you choose. The samples shown are printed on kraft style paper. You can find this kind of paper at office supply or kraft shops and then print from home with black ink.

I offer a free printable invitation from this set here.

This listing includes PDF files that can be edited with the latest version of Adobe Reader, and flattened PNG files that can be edited with a program such as PicMonkey. None of the design elements can be moved, edited or deleted, and the colors cannot be changed, with the exception of the text color that you edit in Adobe Reader or Acrobat.

None of the Script Text is editable on the invitation, inserts, table numbers, or menu, and the same goes for any text on a curve. However, there are some additional invitation templates and place card templates included where you can use that font if you would like. Just be sure to read the “Fonts used” and additional “Printing Tips” from the “READ ME” file included in the downloads, if you plan to print these professionally.

 


These are digital files only, no physical items will be shipped.

Be sure to view the tabs for additional information or visit our FAQ page. A “READ ME” file is also included in the download, which includes font links, editing tips, and printing information.

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Color

Black, Blush Pink, Chalkboard, Coral, Dusty Rose, Emerald, Gold, Lavender, Mint, Navy

What's Included

This is an instant digital download for a zip file that includes high resolution single templates in PDF and PNG format, and then Multipls per page in PDF and PNG format. This way you can either print directly on the paper size you need, or print and then cut out the templates.

DIY Wedding invitation Template

Single 5 x 7 Templates

7 slight variations – PDF and PNG Format

 2 Files Per Page on 11 x 8.5 Page

PDF and PNG Format

DIY RSVP Card Template

Single 3.5 x 5 Template

6 Slightly different versions (3 horizontal and 3 vertical) – PDF and PNG Format

 4 Files Per Page on 11 x 8.5 Page

PDF and PNG Format

DIY Wedding Details Card Template

Single 4 x 6.5 Templates

PDF and PNG Format

 2 Files Per Page on 11 x 8.5 Page

PDF and PNG Format

Single 4 x 5.5 Templates

PDF and PNG Format

 2 Files Per Page on 11 x 8.5 Page

PDF and PNG Format

Single 4 x 4.5 Templates

PDF and PNG Format

 2 Files Per Page on 11 x 8.5 Page

PDF and PNG Format

DIY Directions Card Template

Single 4 x 6.5 Templates

PDF and PNG Format

2 Files Per Page on 11 x 8.5 Page

PDF and PNG Format

DIY Accommodations Card Template

Single 4 x 5.5 Templates

PDF and PNG Format

2 Files Per Page on 11 x 8.5 Page

PDF and PNG Format

DIY Reception Card Template

Single 4 x 4.5 Templates

PDF and PNG Format

2 Files Per Page on 11 x 8.5 Page

PDF and PNG Format

DIY Wedding Table Number Templates (NOT editable)

Single 4 x 6.5 Templates

PDF and PNG Format

2 Files Per Page on 11 x 8.5 Page

PDF and PNG Format

DIY Place Cards

Single 3.5 x 2 Templates

PDF and PNG Format

8 Files Per Page on 11 x 8.5 Page

PDF and PNG Format

Single 3.5 x 4vTemplates

PDF and PNG Format

4 Files Per Page on 11 x 8.5 Page

PDF and PNG Format

How to Download

You’ll be able to download the file on the order confirmation page and an email will also automatically be sent to you within a few minutes of your payment going through. Make sure you’re viewing the email as “html” to see the links, and if you don’t see the email be sure to check your junk/spam folder.

Aside from the “READ ME” file, the downloads will be zip files, which you will need to unzip/decompress to access the folders inside.

Please download your files within 30 days. 

How to Edit

A “READ ME” file is included with more information on fonts and how to edit the templates.

The PDF Files included in this purchase can be edited with the latest version of Adobe Reader, which you can download for free here. However, the design elements and color cannot be changed, with the exception of the font color you edit.

How to Edit the Templates with Adobe Reader/Acrobat

You can change the font, size and text color from the Properties Toolbar. If you are having issues locating the Properties Toolbar from your menu, then you should be able to bring it up using Command + E (on a Mac) or Ctrl + E (on a PC).

A Couple Tips Often Overlooked:

If you see a black (+) show up inside a text box, reduce the font size or change the font type and that should go away. If you’re having issues editing a specific text box or adding text to it, delete EVERYTHING inside it first.

From there you can add your own text back and can edit the fonts, sizes, and spacing within the Properties Toolbar. To do this just make sure the Properties Toolbar is open using Command + E (on a Mac) or Ctrl + E (on a PC).

You need to have this Toolbar open to make changes to the fonts, sizes, and spacing.

If you’re unable to type all of your text in the box, you may need to change the font type or reduce the font. You can often re-adjust the font size or type afterwards.

From the Properties Toolbar you can select the font type and size or click on the “More” tab followed by the “Paragraph” Tab to change the spacing either above or below certain text, in addition to the left or right. You can also change the alignment of the text from this area.

 Prefer to Edit the PNG templates?

The PNG templates included are essentially flattened designs that you can add your own text on top of, but none of the text or design elements can be moved, edited or deleted, and the colors cannot be changed.

Although sample text is not included, you can add your own details with photo editing software or at PicMonkey.com. You can find a tutorial on how to edit the templates this way here.

Fonts Used

The download links to the free fonts used are included in the “READ ME” file available to download after you purchase.

If you will be adding your own text with a program like PicMonkey then you can follow my tutorials HERE.

Printing

Plan to print professionally? 

This information is also included in the “READ ME” document after you purchase.

If you are printing from home, the computer that has the fonts installed, or editing the PNG templates, then you can ignore this section.

This section only applies if you’ve downloaded and installed the “Bromello” font and used it inside an editable text box, or used any other font that cannot be embedded into the PDFs.

Some fonts cannot be embedded into the PDF documents, which means the computer you print from will need to have these fonts installed in order for them to show up correctly.

Basically, all this means is that if you plan to take the files to a professional print shop they will not have these fonts installed on their computers, and the font will be replaced by a different font.

You can check to see if the fonts you used are embedded in Adobe Reader by navigating to the menu and selecting File –> Properties, and then clicking on the “Fonts” Tab. If a font is embedded, it will say so in parenthesis next to the font name. If it doesn’t say (Embedded) then you know you will need to take one more step to ensure your file is Print-Ready.

Don’t worry though because there’s an easy way to save or convert the files so that they will show up and print just as you have them set up.

First off, if you are using Adobe Acrobat Pro then all you have to do is go to File –> Export to –> Image. From there you will want to select “JPG” and check the “Settings” button before saving to make sure you have the quality set to Maximum and the Resolution to 300/pixels/inch. You can also make these setting changes under “Preferences”.

If you have Photoshop on your computer then you can open or drag the edited PDF into it, and then save it as a high resolution JPG or a flattened PDF.

However, if you’re using a FREE version of Adobe Reader to edit your templates, then you will need to do the following to ensure the files are print-ready:

Making your Template Print-Ready on a PC

The easiest way to make your PDF print-ready on a PC is to install the program “CutePDF” as this will allow you to “Print as a PDF” from your printer settings screen. This will convert your file into a flat PDF that is no longer editable. You will know it worked when you open your file back up and can no longer make edits. For this reason you may want to save this as a different name then the editable version.

Click here to download CutePDF for free.

You can click on the free download on the top right side of your screen and can ignore the additional download links for the converter or Ghostscript because the main download (Ver. 3.1) will prompt you during install if you want to install these items (which you will want to do). However, you will want to say no to the first two pop-ups during install asking if you want to install additional apps.

Making your Template Print-Ready on a Mac

Mac Option 1:

The easiest way to make your PDF print-ready on a Mac is to “Print as a PDF” from your printer settings screen. This will convert your file into a flat PDF that is no longer editable. You will know it worked when you open your file back up and can no longer make edits. For this reason you may want to save this as a different name then the editable version.

Mac Option 2:

Another way to save the file is using the Mac Application, Preview.

After you have saved the templates with your personalized information you will want to open the PDF documents in the application “Preview”.

From there go to FILE -> Export and then select JPG as the format. Make sure the Quality is set to “highest” and change the Resolution to “300” pixels/inch. You can then send the converted JPG files to the print shop and they will print as you see them on your computer.

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