Post # 1
OK ladies – I’ve been agonizing over my invitations for months and it is time to send them to the printer and I’m still hesitant – so . . .
I’m posting a pic of them – tell me what you think.
This is for an afternoon wedding – ceremony in a garden and an hors d’oeuvres reception afterwards on the adjacent terrace overlooking the lake. I was going for a kind of casual, organic, breezy garden feel.
I am planning matching green envelopes for the inner envelope and the response card, and maybe a chocolate brown outer envelope (addressed in white).
By The Way – the colors looks weird on the computer, but it is matched to the moss envelopes at the Paper Source (kind of a sage-y green) and the brown is a rich chocolate color.
Post # 5
OK – files too big for wedding bee – try now!
Post # 6
Use the pic of the tree with the plus sign to add pics in the tool bar – it is better at taking bigger files!
Post # 7
I think for a garden wedding, they are very pretty.
Post # 10
I think they’re great! I especially like the RSVP card.
Post # 11
Here are better photos with the color corrected.
Post # 12
I do like the invites but I do not like the black line going down the paper with the dots. I think it would look nice without that.
Post # 13
I agree, the line with the dots looks a little out of place. Everything else looks great!
Post # 14
I like the dots, but I think they might be too harsh! It’s such a soft and beautiful and romantic invite, but the dots are kinda jarring.
Post # 15
I agree that the dots seem a bit out of place, but other than that, they are beautiful!
Post # 16
What about a vertical option, without the offending dots?
I was trying to make a similar version of another invitation that I loved that was WAY out of my pricerange.
Here was my inspiration for the dots.