Raspberry Ribbons Graduation Invitation

Your photos pop on a simple black & raspberry background on this graphic ribbons graduation invitation! Two raspberry ribbon like graphics (printed directly onto your graduation invitation) frame your wording and 1-2 optional graduate’s photos, which we can leave in original color or tint black & white for you. The raspberry and black color scheme can be changed to any colors you want, as we can also custom-tint the ribbon graphics for you.

See more ideas & customize this design for your own Class of 2016 needs on the product page here: Graduation Celebration Invitation (simply request the raspberry & black colors in the notes field if desired).

Raspberry Ribbons Graduation Invitation

2 Responses to Raspberry Ribbons Graduation Invitation

  1. MamaDuck January 3, 2013 at 10:37 am #

    Thank you for writing to us. We could do that for you, however the design
    would look very busy. You might prefer this similar layout, and then we
    can put the cheetah print in the corners where the damask is shown on the
    examples. That way the cheetah print details would not be overwhelming.

    Formal Graduation Invitation.

    The price for your cards will vary depending on the paper
    choice & other options that you choose. You can check the pricing for various
    combinations on the product page, which you can find by clicking on the
    design image or link above or here: Graduation Celebration Invitation.

    When you decide on what you would like us to do for you, just fill out the
    form on the design’s product page and write your changes in the “notes”
    section of the form (i.e. royal blue for the ribbon-like graphics, cheetah print in black & blue on the corners, etc).

  2. Charmaine January 2, 2013 at 10:36 pm #

    I would like to order this for my daughter’s high school graduation. However, I need to know if the following could be done. The border color in royal blue w/cheetah black design and the ribbon in royal blue. Please let me know as soon as possible.

    How much for 200 invitations.

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