Remember this masculine party inspiration for a fun craft beer tasting party that I posted a little while back? Well today I am back with the invitations to accompany this fun party. Inspired by some amazing specialty paper from Paper Source that I picked up the other day, I created a simple invitation suite using a neutral color palette of off-white, black and kraft paper. I used the specialty paper as both a liner for the main envelope and as a handmade envelope for a mini details card. I kept the rest of the invite straight forward with a bold to the point front to the invite and simple party info on the back. See more details on assembling these invites below as well as links to download the printables!
Main Invite: Sized in a 6.5" square and printed on off-white 100lb cardstock. Download the front and back of the invites. To type your own message/details on the back simply drop the jpeg file into Microsoft Word or Adobe Illustrator and type in your party details. Fonts used are "Bebas" for the words "Beer Tasting" and "Engravers MT" for the words "Come Celebrate."
Main Envelope: I used leftover kraft envelopes from our wedding invites which you can purchase here. Or you can purchase this envelope template kit and make your own from a roll of kraft paper. The liner is a hand-painted specialty paper from Paper Source- you can find similar ones here, but since this one is brand new it isn't on their site yet. Use this envelope liner template to cut out the liner.
Details Card: Download the front and back details card pdfs. These are sized to print 8 to a page. Print the back first since it has less detail and then flip the paper and print the front side. I recommend using a paper cutter like this one to cut these out. They are sized 2" by 3"
Details Envelope: Use the mini envelope template in the this pack to make a custom envelope or buy mini envelopes right here.
Here are all the download links once more: