- 8 years ago
- Wedding: March 2010
I found a template online (somewhere…I have tried to find it again so I could give them credit but for the life of me can’t) So please know I did not create the template.
It is in PowerPoint so you can do pretty much as much to you as you want. I added another column (by using text boxes). You can move the boxes around until you are happy with the way it looks. Then I found pictures from the 1930’s online and changed the color to match the color of the template (using Microsoft Office Picture Manager) Save them to you computer, then go to “Insert Picture” Then “from File” You can play with the size too. 😉
I printed out a color copy of my final verison. Next I found “old” looking paper at an office supply store with matching envelopes. Use the “old” paper and make color copies onto it to help get rid of the white borders. I used clear address labels on the envelopes and the King & Queen stamps the post office has now. They look old fashioned and the colors were pretty close.
Hope this helps you “Vintage” brides out there. 😉