(Closed) DIY Wedding Invitations—CONFUSED

posted 8 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
690 posts
Busy bee

If you are using photoshop, you could make the layer with the monogram partially translucent (change the layer’s opacity), and then just put the rest of the text on another, non-translucent layer over top.  You may be able to do similar things with opacity in other programs.

Post # 4
1 posts
  • Wedding: September 2011

You will have to send your monogram to the background and make it a lighter color than your foreground text. Then you should be able to layer a text box on top of the monogram. Hope that helps!

Post # 7
721 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

You can do that with Powerpoint.  I started my invitations with Word but I found it too restrictive.  Powerpoint allows you to be much more liberal with design.  PP are right about the basic idea though…change the opacity of the monogram itself (play around with it to find the exact % you like), and put a text box over it, and make sure you send the monogram “to the back” and bring the text box “to the front”.

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