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Create Invitation Card

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Posted by Chelsea Yang | 11/21/2019
Create custom invitation cards in easy software with built-in shapes. Do it on your own and make it personalized.

DIY your personalized invitation card for all occasions.

We offer over 10,000 built-in shapes and clipart which enable drag-and-drop function. Just unleash your creativity. Make creative invitation card of special charm like no other.

Steps to Create Invitation Card

Only some simple steps are needed. You can design a nice and professional-looking invitation card as long as you can use a computer. Ridiculously easy.

  1. Open Edraw and select Business Card type.
  2. Double click Invitation Card icon.
  3. Drag and drop shapes from Basic Drawing Shapes library. Open more libraries if necessary. Alternatively, use Pencil or Pen tool to draw any shape you need if you have drawing ability.
  4. Edit the shapes such as add fill color and type in text.
  5. Insert your own photos or pictures.
  6. Save, export and share.
Create Invitation Card

Click here to free download invitation card software. You can use the built-in templates to create and present your own invitation cards in minutes.

Create Invitation Card from Examples

We offer some readily available invitation card examples. You can get inspiration from our amazing examples. Or you can download them to make them your own. Recolor the shape, add your own contents or insert your photos. Done. Real simple DIY.

Invitation Card
Party Invitation Card
Wedding Anniversary Invitation

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