Wouldn’t this make a gorgeous Cricut Wedding Invitation? I made this wedding card for a great couple on their wedding day, but it would also be a gorgeous invitation.
We haven’t been to a wedding in 2 years, but on this day, we were invited to two weddings. I wanted to design something special for the newly married couples. Here’s one of my creations.
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I have really been enjoying designing my cards in Cricut Design Studio. Before the Cricut Explore and Cricut Maker, you had to do test cuts to make sure everything was the correct size. Inevitably, I ended up with a stack of die cuts that were useless.
If you are using the Cricut Expression Machine, you can still make this card. You will need the Simple Everyday Cards Cartridge.
Make This Cricut Wedding Invitation or Card
This card was on the Simple Everyday Cards Cartridge which is included in my Cricut Access Standard subscription.
I have noticed that the envelopes may not be sized perfect for the card, and since I knew my card was going to have some dimension, I used the Ungroup feature so I could make my envelope a little bigger.
I searched for oval and Love to find the decorations for the front of the card.
For an elegant wedding card, I really like to add a band around it to keep it shut instead of gluing the flaps down. It really adds a touch of class to the finished card.
I cut the rectangle band 12″ x 2 1/4″. Then I searched for circle to find the scalloped circles. I used a monogram C for the center of circles.
My mom had these beautiful papers sitting out on her table at a weekend event. They are from Stampin’ Up. For a project like this, it’s great to use a matching paper pack or a kit.
I really had to think about which patterns I used and where, so that the card didn’t look like an optical illusion and eyesore. I used a little bit of solid cardstock on some of the elements so that the “Love” and the “C” are easier to see and read.
I added thin pop dots between the intricately cut out front and the patterned layer that’s behind it. I wanted the extra dimension.
To finish the card, I added dots of BoBunny Pearlescents Dimension Paint to make accent dots. This was the first time I had used it, and I LOVED it. It came out of the tube so smoothly with no strings. It has a nice shimmer that was beautiful on this card.
- Wedding Cake Card
- Cricut Wedding or Anniversary Card
- Wedding Scrapbook Layout
- DIY Personalized Buckets using Cricut Explore *Great Wedding Gift*
- Personalized Cricut Sign *Another great gift*
Such a beautiful wedding card. The LOVE is so perfectly cut out and I love the colors that you used.