We have had such fun creating products for a handcrafted wedding and by repurposing our delicate Spring blossom design we have developed an entire range that you can print and make at home. These printable wedding invitations and response cards are unique yet elegant and give a perfect little taste of the glorious celebration to come. We have also included a customizable RSVP card meaning you can easily keep tabs on who will be celebrating your big day with you. We used our beloved Cricut cutting machine to print and cut the detail of the main card in an off-white metallic card stock sheet. We then printed the pale pink watercolor background on to a sheet of printer paper and added our celebration details to sit snugly in the middle of our Spring blossom frame. Pop a little glue on the corners and fix it to your frame and your invitation is good to go! It fits an A7 envelope which you can pick up in your local stationery store. The PDF is simple to customize making this the perfect DIY wedding invitation. To complete your handcrafted wedding decor we also have tutorials and free printables for these elegant table numbers, rose gold Family signs, sweet paper table lanterns, wedding cake toppers, a gorgeous ombre heart pinata, and these cute paper succulent wedding favors – all of which are such fun to make! If you’re loving the crepe paper cherry blossom featured in our photographs you can find the tutorial for that here. You can get lots more ideas and inspiration by browsing our Weddings category. Enjoy! ~ Lia
For this project you will need to download these fonts: Libre Baskerville from Fontsquirrel and Lavenderia from Lost Type.
Are you having trouble? Feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help you out.
Lia- I am a bit confused as to what pink paper you used and how you printed them
For the outer layer, you can use any pink cardstock or colored paper you like. For the inside, you can print on any printer onto a heavy cover sheet or cardstock and the pink will be printed onto your white paper.
I love this design, but the RSVP cards are missing the please respond text!
We have updated the RSVP cards! 🙂
Could you tell me if this also works for Silhoutte Cameo?
If you have the Designer edition of the software and can convert SVG files, then yes!
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Hi, I am actually using this for a Birthday Party and of course the only portion I cannot change is “Please join us for the wedding of” can you please assist?
Hi Christi, I just uploaded a new template so that text is now editable 🙂
Thank you so much!
Thanks for all your wonderful designs! Would it be possible to share the main cover design in .pdf? I don’t have a Cricut machine but would like to use that as a cover for a card.
We just added a PDF with the invitation cover to the download section! 🙂
Thank you so much!! 😀
Quick question, when I clicked ‘download’ for both files, it says “This download requires a membership.” This means I have to sign up and subscribe to your website first? Cuz I saw some happy comments saying that these designs are free.
Yes, I did have to create a membership program a few months back in order to continue crafting at a larger capacity. You will still be able to find lots of Freebies on the site, but the majority of downloads are now member-only. Sorry for that confusion!
My new daughter in law to be and I just love the Spring Cherry Blossom Wedding invitations! We are using these wonderful flowers in the wedding. I’ve just bought and cricut expressions (3 years old) and was wondering if this will work for your design. I’m never used a cricut before but am excited to try it out. What do I need to make these lovely invitations?
I am so glad you like these invitations! Unfortunately the Cricut Expression only works with cartridges and you are not able to upload external files to the machine. With a Cricut Explore, you are able to upload any of my svg files right into Design Space. I would say to try upgrading! You might be able to find some good deals on ebay or Craigslist 🙂 Then you can sell your Expression!
Is this svg file only compatible with cricut or can it be used with other cutting machines, such as Silhouette?
This design is SO beautiful, but I can not afford to buy a cricut right now and was hoping to be able to use your file nonetheless.
Hi, yes you can use it with Silhouette if you have the Designer Edition software.
What kind of silhouette do you have? Looking into getting a cutting
Machine but the circut is just out of my price range at the moment!
I am new to cricut and would like to know the size of the invite. For some reason the cricut cut them at approx. 4×5 1/2 in. I want to use these invitations for a quinceanera is there anyway to take the wedding part. Thanks
Hi Veronica, we cut it at 5×7. Unfortunately we are not doing any custom changes, there are just not enough hours in the day:( You could design your own invite in word and still use the Cricut cut-out.
Thank Liagriffith 😀
You are welcome:)
Lia – Thank you for providing this wonderful design for free. I used it to create an Easter card, with a complementary printed flower design inside the cutout. Your design was inspiring!
Great, that makes me really happy!
I tried so many times to download the wedding invites it won’t allow me please help me!
You may have a download block on your browser. Check that.
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Hello Lia, Thanks for sharing your work! Simply amazing!
One question though, when I downloaded the set via the link provided, I only got the PDF files for the wedding invite and RSVP template as well as the Everyday Stationery PDFs as well. Could you point me on where I can download the SVG file for the main card detail?
Thank you very much and God Bless!
Thank you for pointing that out. Ha! The download has been fixed. It was not to have the other set there and was certainly missing the outside SVG. Not anymore. 😉
However, I can’t seem to find the svg file for the detail of the main card. Was it removed from the post?
(Just got my Cricut Explore and I’m excited to try this project)
Thank you very much for sharing this!
It is there, at the bottom of the post. Once downloaded check your download folder on your computer. Congrats on your new machine! (hope it is teal;-)
I really liked this beautiful & astonishing work of yours. I have been always a big fan of Customizable Printable, even I also design these kind of Invitations but I use OpenOffice & MS Word. But your work is kind of special. I have a question about the total expenditure on this project. if you don’t mind then please enlighten me.
Hi Adam. To cut the svgfile of the custom cut folder you need a personal cutting machine. (my Cricut Explore Air is at Michael’s for $269) Adobe Reader to edit our file for the invite (which is free) then you just need to pay any printing costs and the card stock and envelopes. 🙂
I love your website! There are tons of great ideas! Thank you so much for sharing!
I have one question reg. this freebie. I downloaded it and I saw you included the CarolynaProBlack font. I never knew that it’s free for personal use, and I was surprised it was in the pack. My question: is it ok to share this font like you did? Is it ok that people use it freely, when you can download only some “Carolyna words” on dafont.com? Could you please let me know.
Thanks! And all the best!
Sometimes the fonts are free for a limited time, apparently this is one of the times since when we downloaded it it was free.
I still cannot find the outside of the cardbase which cricut cartridge did you use, please?
We don’t use Cricut cartridges, we design our on file. The download for the svg file is at the bottom of the post.
when I click the downloan I do not get the svg file
That will come in a pop up window since it is a compressed file. Make sure your browser is not blocking pop ups from our site.
Encore une fois une pure merveille, merci pour ce si gentil partage.
what cricut cartridge did you use for the outside of theinvitation?
None, you get the file for free at the bottom of the blog post 🙂 Enjoy!
What a beautiful mat to frame a picture, whether it be your grandchildren in their Easter outfits, a branch of Spring blossoms, or the bride! And the invitation actually furnishes the receiver with one, precut. The card need not be cut up to use it this way; just slip the photo inside it. Enclose a note with the invitation offering this suggestion.
What a great idea! Thanks for sharing!
Comme toujours une Sublime collection !!
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All your Cherry Blossom designs are so lovely and versatile. I’m living in Victoria, BC Canada and all the cherry trees are in blossom right now. Thanks for sharing.
I love cherry blossom! We have also had an unusually early spring here and flowers are in bloom, I really hope it doesn’t freeze.
The entire Spring Blossom Collection is gorgeous! No weddings on the calendar, but I do see many pieces that will work beautifully for a brunch to celebrate the Cherry Blossom Festival here in the DC area. Thanks for sharing your talents and designs!
Absolutely! I am really happy that you find them versatile enough to be used for other occasions!
Really beautiful 🙂
with this oval form I would also use it for Easter greetings.