These invitations are best printed onto white card stock so that they can stay sturdy when you send them in the mail. Use a laser printer at your local print shop or office, or a reliable desktop inkjet printer to get the colors looking fresh and vibrant. Note that the charcoal invitation is designed with a colored background, so these should be printed onto white card stock too. I recommend printing the envelope liners onto regular copy paper so that they are easier to fold inside the envelope. To edit these Easter brunch invitations, download the free fonts Novecento and Luna. Novecento should be used for adding your personal details, and you can use the Luna font to change the Easter Brunch line.
Stay tuned for our whole printable Easter brunch kit. We will be posting a menu template, place cards with cute bunny details, and cupcake wrappers and toppers, all including this same pretty boxwood leaf design. If you are looking for even more Easter inspiration, check out our selection of decor and craft ideas here. This is just the beginning of our 2016 Easter crafts, so create your own membership to never miss a post! To keep updated on this year’s Easter projects, follow the hashtag #EasterWithLia on Instagram. Enjoy! ~ Lia