Post # 1
Okay, so I’m the type of person who doesn’t care TOO much for invites. Especially because they just end up getting thrown away anyways. I found these free templates and created an invite for my rustic themed wedding. I was able to match up the colors with my wedding colors also and just wanted some opinions. Too much? Not enough? Let me know what you think please! 🙂
By the way, the pictures will be big! Sorry. 🙁
Post # 4
I love them. The RSVP card is cute. 🙂
Post # 5
- Wedding: October 2013 - The Down Town Club, Philadelphia
I like them. The script font is difficult to read though. Does that say Crawferds Barn?
Post # 7
The part where you have “and __number__ years of __adjective__ to come” doesn’t make sense. 14 years of funny? 14 years of glutinous? You want a noun, not an adjective.
Post # 8
I think they are really cute
Post # 10
I think they are cute and I love the colors. But I think the scripty font is really hard to read (at first glance it looks like Crawfords 3am).
Also the madlibs style RSVP is cute but as a guest I would take alot longer to send this back because I’d be trying to think of something cute to say!
Post # 12
Those are so cute I literally can’t even handle it! It looks like something off Pinterest!
Post # 13
These are super cute! I have to echo the others who mentioned the font – some of the “o”s look like “e”s, and it was distracting to me. But everything else is ADORABLE.
Post # 14
I agree with the font. 🙁 I couldn’t change it, but it is “crawfOrds barn” and I also didnt write the RSVP thing either but thanks for the input. 🙂 I may or may not still use them but I am on a budget and I love that the design was free lol.
Post # 15
These are so cute and unique, LOVE the jar idea. I say keep the RSVP cards! I had so much fun filling one of those out for my friend’s wedding!
Post # 16
I love the mason jar..but I am a sucker for them. 😉 I have one suggestion. I think it looks nicer when the couples names are the focus. Maybe make your names larger and decrease the size of the font used for barn? Just my 2 cents. Great job.