Halloween is over, and the leaves have started to fall. The next big holiday everyone is waiting for is Thanksgiving! Send out stylish Thanksgiving Invitations this year and invite friends and family to your feast. Gather round with family and friends to express what you are all thankful for. Here at PurpleTrail, we have designed some great Thanksgiving Invitations and cards just for you. You can customize any of our Thanksgiving Invitations or, you can even create an invitation from scratch using the PurpleTrail Design Center. Â Erin from our design teams shares some of her favorites from our 2011 Thanksgiving collection.
1. Pile of Fall Leaves
This traditional festive fall Thanksgiving invitation embodies the season with the warm colors and the brown linen background. The elegant sophistication of this harvest dinner invite, is sure to have your guests impressed. To achieve this look, its best to use a texture in the background, and then using colors that are within the overall design to coordinate.
2. Eat, Drink and Give Thanks
This simple eat, drink and give thanks, is created using a basic font, with a white linen texture over the lettering. This is a great way to give your information some flare and a unique touch to the overall look. The main information is done in a solid color, with varying fonts which best to showcase different details of your event.
3. Golden Turkey Banner
Circle invitations are a nice change from the typical rectangular cards. This modern turkey card is simple and inviting. Using a traditional turkey, and a simple banner to welcome your guests to your event, gives it a fun overall look and feel. By using one simple font, but varying size and color you can personalize this ThanksgivingÂ invitationÂ easily for your own party.
4. Silverware Silhouette
Thanksgiving is all about the feast, and with this silverware silhouette your guests are sure to know you are in for a stomach-filling event. Purpletrail provides many textures in our embellishments, and a trick to getting a grunge-looking circle, is using our white textures on a white background over a color. Itâ€™s a quick and easy trick to give your invitation a whole new look and feel. Choose simple fonts, and coordinating color for finishing touches.
5. Colorful Branches Retro
Having a retro looking background is a great way to take up space in your invitation to be the main focus. Here we have a Thanksgiving retro branch background as the main focus of overall design. The invitations is off-set with simple display of the party information. Using spaces between each line of information, can also give your invitation a delicate look. Since the overall design is very colorful, itâ€™s best to use a subtle neutral color for the information, that is why we chose brown for this invite.
Happy Turkey Day!