1. Align The Text To The Centre Of The Page:  

Type alignment is critical in any design. Because most invitations do not include extensive paragraphs of material, it is better to concentrate on brief sentences in your design.

Flushing (or justifying) your text to one side or the other may cause your composition to appear off-kilter.

To set your text alignment in Editor, just toggle the alignment buttons on the left side of the program.  

2. Make Use of Ampersands:  

With their smooth swashes and terminals, ampersands have a timeless but attractive charm. Instead of just entering "and" between names or other information, consider using ampersands. They may add a lot of individuality to an invitation.  

I like ampersands, and I want you to, too, so I've produced a list of twelve free fonts featuring lovely ampersands.

To accentuate the ampersand, layer them behind two names or unusually mix the names. The possibilities are limitless!  

3. Confirm That The Details Are Correct:  

An invitation is more than its appearance. Don't lose sight of the reason you're designing the invitation card in the first place while you work through the design process: to tell people of an important occasion.  

To ensure that all details are legible, choose a large font size for the location and dates. Be aware of difficult-to-read font styles, such as loopy script or highly condensed fonts.

Always contrast the color of the text with the backdrop; print dark ink on a light backdrop, or vice versa.