Floral Borders Invitations {Free Printable Invitation Templates}

Create your own personalized invitation for any occasion with this floral invitation template.

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Floral Borders Invitations {Free Printable Invitation Templates}

These floral invitations are a cute free invitation template for your bridal shower invitations, baby shower invitations, or a baby girl first birthday invitation, a spring party or a tea party invitation or whatever. Just download or save the image and edit. It’s easy and it’s free! These invitation templates will make your life so much easier.

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For best results, save the image to your computer before printing or editing. I find it easiest to drag and drop the image to my desktop, then print it from there.

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19 thoughts on “Floral Borders Invitations {Free Printable Invitation Templates}”

  1. I would LOVE to use your Floral Invitation Template but the size is a little off for my needs. I s there any chance you have this in an 8.5×11 format? TIA!!

  2. Hello,
    Can this design be used also as a border of a banner size 1,485mm by 500mm?
    We would like to use is to promote free In Bloom competition in our town but I worry that it would be too pixelated for such a size. Please let me know.
    Thank you so much

  3. Hi
    I really love your work, in particular the circular logo for your website and want to create a card for my fiancee.
    I was wondering if you have a high quality resolution image of it that you could send me if possible?
    Thanks very much
    Ricardo 🙂

  4. Hello! These are beautiful! I would love to use them for Certificates of Appreciation I’m making for teachers. I would love to use it on 8.5×11 paper, but I can’t make the ratio you have work on 8.5 x 11. Any chance you could share a version that works with that ratio? Thank you so much!!

    • This is completely unconventional but I added boxes and then changed the size of them to look more like lines. I hope that makes sense.

  5. Hello—
    These are great!!! You are so creative—much better than I could ever make. Is there any way you might be able to swap the blush flowers in the blue invites with a lilac color? I would so appreciate it.

    Thanks so much

  6. This piece is beautiful, I would love to use this design! Do you possibly have a version that has a transparent background??
    Thanks so much!

  7. Hi! This is stunning! I am no where near as creative and amazing as you – might you have a template that is Abode enabled so I can just edit and fill in the party details? May I also ask the font used for “Oh Baby!”? Thank youuuuu!!!!

    • Hi Kate. I don’t have an adobe enabled version but if you click the links in the post to picmonkey the program is really easy (and free) to use and you can edit it pretty easily there.

      • Just a heads up, PicMonkey isn’t actually free anymore. They let you design things for free but if you try to save it they ask you to pay. I found this out the hard way by spending half an hour meticulously designing something only to have them want me to pay money once I wanted to save it…


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