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Modern Minimal Photo Wedding Invitation Card Editable Template,


Modern Minimal Photo Wedding Invitation Card Editable Template,


This wedding invitation combines a simple minimalist design to deliver a modern, elegant wedding invitation card.

With this wedding invitation, editing is made EASY SIMPLE for your convenience. Edit directly from your web browser instantly! All fonts and graphics are pre-loaded for you.

⭐ DEMO - Try before you buy!


This purchase includes the invite in the following size:

➡ 7x5 inches

- PDF: Ideal for Home Professional Printing
- JPEG: Professional Printing Digital distribution

Use Templett’s ‘Save Paper’ option to print multiple designs per page when downloading as a PDF. Trim Bleed line options are available, to assist with printing and cutting.


1. Purchase your listing
2. You will then be sent an email from Templett with a direct LINK to your purchased template/s. The email is sent instantly once your payment has been processed, but in some cases it can take 10-15 minutes.
3. Edit, Download Print as many times as you’d like!

There is no expiry on the template, so you can come back and edit save it as many times as you’d like.


You can edit the following:
✅ All Text
✅ Font
✅ Text Size
✅ Text Colour
✅ Graphic Placement
✅ Background Color
✅ Upload Your Own Images

You can NOT edit the following:
❌ Graphic Colors
❌ Size/Orientation of the template.

Need a different size? Send us a message to discuss a size change order!

This is a template that you are required to edit yourself. Mobile and tablet editing is currently not supported. This is a digital item, nothing physical is shipped from us.



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We recommend you download as a PDF, with bleed for professional printing.

Shipping to Canada is $29.99 USD (approx. 5-7 days)
All other international shipping is $49 (approx. 6-10 days) 

Or you can also take your purchase to another professional store of your choosing (local or online). We recommend sourcing your printer prior to purchase, to ensure they offer printing in the matching sizes.


Download as a PDF and use the ‘Save Paper’ option to fit multiple templates onto the following page sizes:
- US Letter Sized (8x5” x 11”)
- A4 (210mm x 297mm)

Bleed Trim Lines are available to assist with printing cutting.

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