Forest Breath

Wandering into the forest and losing yourself into its enchanted depths can be a magical experience. And you can recreate that atmosphere at your wedding by bringing together elements in different shades of green, looking for clean lines and rustic design elements.

Image source: Boutonniere / Bridesmaid / Invitation / Waistcoat / Candles / Flower Band

A color palette that will work with a forest-themed wedding can incorporate greens of varying intensity, beige and browns.

You can set the tone with a very popular design of ours, the greenery watercolor illustrations will fit perfectly into a wedding planned for all nature lovers out there. The foliage designs include leafy garlands, laurels and wreaths.

In the collection you will find every printable you need like invitations, RSVP and wedding enclosures, save the date and thank you cards, menus, programs, table numbers, table top signs, place cards, posters, envelope addressing templates and many more.

Most of the table top printables like place cards and table numbers include tent folded and flat card versions.

One of my personal favorites is the hanging cards seating chart template. You can hang the cards on a cord with clothing pins or arrange them into a framed poster.

You can purchase the DIY templates from the “Lovely Leaves” botanical garden wedding collection at my Etsy shop – Shishko Templates.

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Switching to Templett!

As you may know up until now I was offering my wedding templates as editable PDF or MS Word format. Both have their advantages and restrictions but now there is a new, easier way to edit your printables and it is called Templett!

Templett is an online template editor that allows you to fully personalize your template directly in your web browser, no software to install or fonts to download!

It is very intuitive and easy to use and you will be able to change not only the wording, but also edit the artwork and background for the most templates. You can also add a back or additional pages to your template and upload your own images like photos, wedding logos and monograms.

Templett will also give you some useful download and printing options like “Save Paper” or “Single Card” in PDF, JPEG and PNG file formats.

In the last couple of months I was working on switching to Templett and now all of my invitations and cards are already uploaded and available in this new format.

I believe this is the easiest way to edit templates and I hope you’ll agree after trying the Templett web application. And you can sample all of my templates for free before you purchase. Check any item’s details in my Etsy shop Shishko Templates for a free demo link or try this one!

*Please note that the templates can only be edited on a laptop or a desktop computer (Mac or PC) and will not work on tablets or mobile devices.

Happy Editing!