Post # 1
I have a $ off coupon that expires today, so I want to order the main portion of my invites. I will wait to order the RSVP/ Information cards until closer to the day when we have more planned in terms of dinner options/ accomodations.
Any major mistakes or changes I should make before I order?
Post # 3
@magnolia87: looks good to me 🙂
Post # 4
I just noticed that the word “their” was used 4 times…seems a little excessive!
Post # 5
I’m not sure where you live, but in the US it’s more standard to write the year out without the ‘and’ (two thousand fourteen). However, it’s definitely not “wrong,” just not standard!
Post # 6
@rosegoldie: Yeah you are right. I was wondering that myself…. Hmm.. what to do?
Post # 7
“as they begin a new life together” or “as they begin this new life together”
Post # 8
@tinaisodd: this exactly. I was going to suggest the same thing – as they begin a new life togtether.
I also completely overlooked the first line with the families. I think you should take out one other their saying “support their joy and love”
Also the font is really light and hard to read. Sorry to critical but I think that is what you are looking for.
Post # 9
Thanks for the input!! And don’t appologize, I’d rather be told the negatives before I spend the money on them.
I decided to change it to:
Together with their families
Bride & Groom
Invite you to share in a celebration of love
As they begin their new life together
Also, I got a sample of the invite in real life and the font colour (although light) is not too difficult to read so I think I’m going to stick with it.
Thanks again for the help!! 🙂
Post # 10
@magnolia87: Font along the top is too close to the edge. Need some white space like along the bottom.
Also the font is waaaaaay to small. Make the “Together with”, “Invite you” and “As they” lines bigger.
Take out the “the” and “and” in the date.
Post # 11
@KoiKove: Thanks for your input. The white at the top was just a bad crop job on my computer. I’ve already ordered them so whats done is done! Here is the final product.
Post # 12
@magnolia87: Sounds great!!!
Post # 13
I like the second better, as it doesn’t say ‘their’ so many times.