Post # 1
I am DIY-ing all of the paper for my wedding. We are getting married in a historic church and the reception is in a 1903 train station- we’re trying to go with a historic, late victorian/art nouveau vibe with lots of greenery.
What do you think of the invitation? Does the border go with the image inside? The text will go in the blank spaces, and we wanted to do a vintage postcard for the RSVP.
Sorry the picture is giant…Any help is appreciated!
Post # 3
I love it! It reminds me of looking through a gate into a garden.
Post # 4
VERY VERY art noveau. I LOVE IT so much! Very beautiful. I do not care much for the black outlines on the border…what about trying a dark green instead?
Post # 5
@SiriusOne and @LizLemon: Thanks! I hadn’t thought about changing the outline border, too. I’ll be printing through vistaprint, so hopefully the colors will turn out.
Any other comments are welcome!
Post # 6
Very nice! I agree that the pattern within the border takes away from the main design. Well done!
Post # 8
Very nice! Great color scheme. Will you have enough room for your text? That was one problem I had with my graphic heavy invite. Had to make sure it was big enough for Grandma!
Post # 9
So far it looks awesome! I could do with out the border though…
Post # 10
I think sans the boarder completely would really make the design pop and showcase the beautiful lines and give you a little more room for words! Besides that I am so jealous, I am DIY invites too but havent gotten there yet, great inspiration
Post # 11
Love it! I actually like the border with the black the way you have it – it reminds me of stained glass.