Do you want to design some great invitation cards? Check out this examples shared by graphic designer Sarah Lewis
Whether you're hosting an event yourself or working for a client, the right invitation can set the stage and prepare guests for what's to come. You can learn how to blend color, typography, and texture to create professional printed invitations to promote any event.
Graphic designer Sarah Lewis (@sarah_lewis) specializes in print and identity projects, and runs Alphablots, which makes graphic greeting cards and playful prints for kids and color-loving grownups. She has created a free guide providing ideas for designing original invitations for any special event.
In this resource you will discover clever uses of print techniques and materials, unique format ideas, how to connect an invitation to the event itself, and how to be creative on a tight budget.
This handout includes seven invitation designs , from a spy-themed party, to a drinks reception and a fashion show. What will your invitation be for?
After clicking on the button below, you will find a file in .pdf format in the Downloads folder on your computer containing the Free Example of Invitation Design, by Sarah Lewis.
This download will only be available until May 27, 2021. If you want to access the material after that date, you can sign up to Sarah Lewis’ course Introduction to Invitation Design: From First Brief to Final Print.