Post # 1
We’re going for simple and modern. I’m probably going to mount it on a pearlescent brown pocketfold, stick some informative inserts in there, and stuff it all into a champagne/gold envelope. (Our colors are sage, brown, and champagne gold.) My main concern is that the fonts aren’t readable. What do you guys think?
Post # 3
Nope, assuming your fonts are much smaller than they appear on my screen, it’s perfectly legible.
Post # 4
@HeyKaraoke: I would expand the spacing on the brown font and darken the green font a smidge.
Post # 5
@HeyKaraoke: More legible than the all-script look I’ve seen on plenty of invites!
Post # 6
@HeyKaraoke: Usually it helps if there is a size difference between the two colored fonts as well – for some reason it looks a little ‘off’ and I can’t my finger on it. I would size up the green font a bit and bring down the brown font a touch.
Depending on what source you are using to create these I would consider bring the spacing in-between the brown fonts down a touch as well. (Make the space between the lines of text a little smaller.)
Other then that I love these – very unique and I like how they are so different then ALL of the templates and such that you find online. You did a great job making these stand out without being obnoxious!
Post # 7
Sorry- just re-read your post – you mentioned unreadability as a concern – the fonts both read well to me. A test for this is to hold it out away from you and see if there is anything that is difficult to read.
The G of the green font is a bit hard to see but it is the only letter and with the Human ability to make complete words out of part-words – the invite still reads. If you were concerned you could attempt to changed the font of one letter (to a similiar one) and see if it clears it up.
Post # 8
Thanks for your input, ladies! Gonna go do some tweaking now 🙂 I’m just glad they’re readable, because I love these fonts and didn’t want to have to change them!