Showered in Wildflowers
Some printables for the mamas-to-be out there! We’re calling these paper goods our floral garland invitations, and they feature a soft color palette with delicate wildflower illustrations. The baby shower invitations are completely editable, so you can use them for a baby shower, bridal shower or any other event you may be hosting!
Editing Your Invitations
To edit the text you will need to download and install the free fonts Tulia and Winter Calligraphy. Use Tulia to edit all the details on the invitation, and Winter Calligraphy to customize the script text. After editing, print the baby shower invitations onto white cardstock and cut. When trimmed, the invitations will be will be a standard A7 size. You can find a great selection of pretty envelopes at your local stationery store, or use our favorite resource for metallic paper envelopes at Paper-Papers.com. Once you have your envelopes ready, you can dress them up with our matching wildflower envelope liners. Print these onto regular copy paper, trim to size, then use glue to stick them inside your envelopes.
For more customizable baby shower invitations, browse all of our printable designs here. Take a look at our membership options to start downloading, or head over to our baby section to find inspiration for decorating your baby shower. We especially love our adorable baby shower cake toppers for the occasion. Feel free to leave requests or suggestions for projects in the comments, we love getting you in on the creative process! Follow our Instagram, Facebook and Twitter for daily inspiration, or subscribe to our newsletter for projects delivered right to your inbox. Enjoy! ~ Lia & Team
Are you having trouble? Feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help you out.
Hello, Is there somewhere where I can read a more specific description on how to edit and print? Im new to this and not familiar with adobe. I have adobe acrobat reader DC and I *think* I downloaded the fonts, but I can’t figure out WHERE to change the font when I open it in reader. If that makes sense? Anyway, any help would be appreciated!
Hi! You could probably find a YouTube video, or instructions on Adobe’s support page to learn more about the program. Once you download the fonts, be sure to open the files and actually install them– on a Mac, you just double click and it opens to Font Book. When you open the PDF in Adobe Reader, the highlighted fields are the words you can edit. Hope that helps!
Thank you, I do have a mac and see it in font book. The main problem I have is I have the free adobe- adobe acrobat reader DC and I don’t see anywhere where I can change the font to what you have. When I open it in that, it is a plain block font. Im hoping I don’t need to purchase an adobe to be able to use these printables? Do you know where in this adobe I can edit the font to the ones you say to download? Thanks again!
The free version of Adobe Reader allows for editing PDFs, so you shouldn’t have to purchase anything in order to edit. You can’t actually change the font in our editable PDFs (you’re only able to edit the actual text), so if you’re seeing a block font or something different than what’s in our design, it means your font didn’t properly install. You might want to try again, and restart your computer (sometimes it just needs a little kick start!)