Post # 1
I am currently in the process of figuring out the wording for my inserts, but here’s what I have come up with so far for my invitations.
I ended up stamping my own cardstock due to not being able to find enough printed cardstock in the design I was interested in.
Here’s how they would have looked if I had found enough…
I will be doing mini versions of the invites as our save the dates.
Post # 3
Great design. But, make sure your lines are straight. The vellum in the first picture doesn’t look straight and the monogram in both pictures are not lined up properly. But, I love the pink and black. Cute!
Post # 4
@amw511s: The vellum is only attached on one side, so it lifts off of the right side of the invite so that’s my excuse there, but thanks for the advise about the lines! I will keep that in mind when making the actual invites.
Post # 5
I would just suggest that you choose a different font or make the wording larger. Older people will definitely have a difficult time reading it. When I used to sell wedding invitations, I would suggest that people put their names in a scripted font and leave the rest on block lettering.
Post # 6
@louisianablue: Ok! I will do that. This isn’t the wording or font that I’m going to use. I was trying to see how hard it would be to fit all of our info into that space and if you could read it with a red background. It is pretty tough to make out the way it is now.
Any suggestions for block fonts?