Post # 1
does this make sense to you…my question is what should theUnderlined wording be…?? (wedding invitations) – Our theme is “Till Death Do Us Part” the card has two interlocking skeleton hands
Join us as we proclaim our undying love
Till Death Do Us Part
My Full Name
FI Full Name
Sunday, the fifth of October
two thousand and fourteen
at three o’clock in the evening
(name of location)
(town/ State/ Zip)
should i shrink these lines to mach how the reception addres is?—
Reception immediately following at
(Reception location Name)
(123 Address,Town,State, zip) —All on same line due to lack of space—
(image of invite linked below)
Post # 3
looking at a few “wedding websites” they want you to include your full mailing addres to register…is this normal?
Post # 4
I think the underlined part is just fine – the only negative thing I had to say about it was the fact that one line had every word capitalized, but after looking at the invite mock-up, never mind. lol It’s great. 🙂
Also, wedding websites try to get your address so they can send you magazines, coupons, etc.
Post # 5
@AndysCraftsNmore: Love it, looks great!! No need to shrink, but I think that the lines from “Country Club” to “Country Club Banquet Room” are difficult to read against the background.
Post # 6
@AndysCraftsNmore: We didn’t put zip codes on ours. Just “City, State” If it’s a popular city (Chicago, Dallas, Etc) you don’t need to put the state. That could save some space.
Do you think there’s any way to put the “Til Death Do us Part” as a cool graphic in the lower corner or something?
Similar to how the “I Do” on this inviation isn’t necessarily part of the wording but still puts the theme across.
I Do invite