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New Zealand Birds

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Wedding invitation & stationery set

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Description

These illustrations of native New Zealand birds first appeared in the stunning book: ‘A History of The Birds of New Zealand’ by Walter Buller and published in the 1870s. The artwork for this book was done by JG Keulemans, a renowned Dutch artist who lived and worked in England and never set foot in New Zealand! They have been re-purposed here as a wedding stationary set that bot celebrates our local fauna and of course your wedding.

The birds featured are the tui, kingfisher, kakapo and kaka.

The images in our gallery show an envelope in the white woodgrain “Lima” stock and the recycled “straw kraft” stock.

All parts of template can be edited. You can also easily change the background colour .

Digital files include:

• Wedding invitation (front and back)
• RSVP card (front and back)
• Extra info card (front and back)
• Envelope liner (2 versions – dark and light)

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Sizes

Digital files are supplied with a 3mm (1/8 inch) bleed on all elements excluding envelopes.

When trimmed the final sizes are:

Invitation: 127 x 178mm (5 x 7 inches) to fit a standard A7 envelope
RSVP Card: 89 x 127mm (3.5 x 5 inches) which fits a RSVP envelope
Extra Information Card: 108 x 159mm (4.25 x 6.25 inches)
Envelope Liner: Die cut to fit a standard A7 envelope with Euro flap. Flat sheet size of 216 x 279mm (8.5 x 11 inches)
Belly Band: 286 x 48mm (11.25 x 1.875 inches)
Swing Tag: 63.5 x 63.5mm (2.5 x 2.5 inches)
Invitation envelope: A7 standard size. 133 x 184mm (5.25  x  7.25 inches)
RSVP envelope: 92 x 130mm (3.625  x  5.125 inches)

Printing Options

Print with us:
When you have finished editing your template, order professional quality prints from our ORDER PRINTING webpage. You can specify any envelope colour or card stock at no extra cost.

From home:
1. Download your files.
2. Print
3. Trim away bleed using the crop marks as guides.

Local printers or copy centre:
Take the downloaded files to a copy centre and ask them to print and trim off the 3mm (1/8 inch) bleed.


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