Hey, BABs! Spring has sprung and it’s time for another batch of FREE (!!!) printables from our homies over at Hoopla House. These gorgeous pieces perfectly complement Hoopla House Creative’s Rustic Revival invitation, which are totally perf for a backyard wedding, garden soiree or farm fete. All you need is these PDFs, a printer and your desired card stock and BOOM! Gorgeous little extras that won’t break the bank.
Click here to download the Rustic Revival Mr. & Mrs. Chair Signs
Click here to download Rustic Revival Bridal Shower Bingo
Click here to download Rustic Revival Favor Tags
Click here to download Rustic Revival Bridesmaid Card
Click here to download Rustic Revival Maid of Honor Card
Click here to download Rustic Revival banner
(customizable with Thank You or your names!)
Rustic Revival Invitation and Save the Date, available on Hoopla House Creative‘s Website and customizable with colors and card stock. Starts at around $1.30 per invitation.
A few weeks ago, we rolled out the very first of our BAB-exclusive wedding printables, provided by Felicia from Acrassy Marketing – these chalkboard style thank you cards! Now we’re super pleased to present these matching Save-The-Dates! To get the printing party started, you’ll first need to download the front of the postcard, and then back of the postcard (don’t forget the back!!!), from our Dropbox folder. Since they’re postcards, you’ll be printing both sides on the same piece of cardstock, natch. (So economical!) To get the most profesh look possible, follow these tips from Felicia:
- For best results, take the printable to a print store with a full bleed printer. If the printable is printed on a regular printer it will have a white edge.
- Even though the image is black and white, it must be printed in color, otherwise it looks like the printer is running out of ink. The backside can be printed in black and white.
- Don’t forget to print the postcard on both sides. The orientation doesn’t matter because one side is vertical and one is horizontal.
You’ll definitely want to have this printed on plain white cardstock (available from any craft store or office supply store, some big box retailers, and presumably, most print shops), OR something even nicer, to keep it looking as professional as possible! Cutting each card with a paper trimmer, like the ones sold at most craft stores, will give you a nice, straight edge.
How much do you love these?! Rumor has it that Felicia might be providing us with matching WEDDING SIGNAGE next! SQUEE!!!