Post # 1
I know I’m overthinking this, but help me out.
I’m making a sign for the bar that’s at the entry to our venue that will say something to let guests know that hot apple cider will be available while they wait for our ceremony to start.
So far all I could eek out was:
Hot Apple Cider
While you Wait!
Hot Apple Cider
While you wait!
That looks uber-boring. Right now I have the Enjoy in Burgues Script and the other words in Caslon Pro, but I’m still open to changing the non-script font.
So, any suggestions for something short but fancy?
Post # 3
Help Yourself to Hot Apple Cider
Post # 4
@Trishthedish36: I like that more than mine. The thing is, they can’t help themselves. They have to be served by a bartender.
“Help yourself to a bartender who will help you to apple cider”
Post # 5
Mmmm I like your font choices.
hot apple cider (Burgues)
while you wait! (Caslon)
Picky, but I don’t like random capitalization in that last line.
Post # 6
Okay, here are a few options/mock-ups. Let me know what you think. For reference, this will be printed on slightly sparkly off-white textured paper and that will be mounted on either this pretty sparkly brown paper or my favorite- an off-white with gold swoop design paper- and then framed.
Post # 7
Guess I should have put a border on them so you could see better.
Also, I don’t know if it’s “mulled”. Not actually sure what that means, so I have to double-check.
Post # 8
I just had to look it up, but mulled cider is cider with spices (typically cinnamon sticks, nutmeg, cloves, orange peels, and sometimes allspice berries).
Looking at them done out, I do like the first one best, but I wouldn’t capitalize the first letter of every word after that, nor have the big space between “warm mulled apple cider” and “while you wait.”
Post # 9
@vorpalette: ooooh spices! that makes sense. thanks!
Post # 10
I think you need to capitalize every word or only the first word.
I also like the first one best.