With the green butterfly wedding invitation design, KBM D3signs intended to set the mood for a spring wedding. Capture the delicate blooms and the awakening of the butterflies after the winter months.
Planning a Spring Wedding? Green Butterfly Invitations or Save the Date Cards are Beautiful Message Carriers
Color is a very personal decision and changes in nature and our imagination with the seasons. In spring, the newly shooting leaves have a yellowish-green tint, which we chose for this stationery set.
The wedding invitation design has one goal, though. You can easily change the wedding stationery color. With this, it is in your hands how well the stationery works with the chosen wedding colors. Find out about the detailed instructions on custom background color using your desktop or mobile device.
For questions or help with the color adaption of the green butterfly wedding invitation or customizing the design on not yet published products, please use the form on the –Let’s talk page– to contact us. For urgent questions, the Facebook messenger offers a straight connection.
You Said Yes! Now You Wonder Where to Start Planning Your Wedding?
Find Free Tools To Start:
A great first place to visit is our Plan to Wed board on Pinterest. Pinterest is an inspiring place to brainstorm ideas and become clear about what your wedding day could be.
Also, the KBM D3signs team created a set of resources to help you with your wedding planning step by step.
For a starter, find a wedding planning checklist with an initial timeline. Then there is a budget template that ensures you stay on track with your wedding event expenses. Using a budget is great to set your life together out to a good start. And for your wedding day, there is a last-minute wedding preparation tool. A vendor call list will give both the bride and groom peace of mind when handing over the coordination of the wedding ceremony and reception.
If you believe them helpful, then download them in their printable pdf format. Alternatively, make a copy to your Google Drive. Use the documents to start with and adjust them as you progress in planning your wedding.