Post # 1
I’m concerned about the layout of my invitation. Is there too much white space? Are the lines of font spaced properly? Should I move the text up or down to change the spacing? I want to make sure the invitation stylistically looks good- any graphic designers out there? Thanks for your help!
Post # 3
I agree that I think there is a little too much white space? Any way you can perhaps make the text area bigger without moving it dramatically because I like how it is anchored to the center of the invite.
Post # 4
bmp68: It does look like a lot of white space to me – perhaps your names could be bolder and adjust the spacing a little to take up a little more of the card.
Post # 5
I’m not a graphic designer, but I think it looks clean & simple. I like it!
Post # 6
There is a lot of white space, but if you’re looking for a clean and elegant style, I think the white space works for that.
Post # 7
I’d go up on the font one size if you’re not loving it. If it makes the text go on another line, keep it as is. I actually love it and love the simplicity and elegance of it.
Post # 8
The space between your script font and your uppercase font is inconsistent, and the dividing fleuron is also improperly positioned. You also have inconsistent cases in your text. There is a lot of white space at the top and bottom. You could add a graphic element or make this invite a square, but this will affect postage rates. You can also add information on your reception, assuming you are having one?
Post # 9
I would add an embossed/debossed border.
Post # 10
MsBear: Can you elaborate on the inconsistency in the spacing between the script font and uppercase font? I don’t see it. The cases are consistent- only the first letter of proper nouns are capitalized.
Can you explain how the dividing fleuron is improperly positioned so I can correct that? I don’t want to add a graphic since I’m worried it will clash with the fleuron. We’re also putting reception information on a separate card since it is at a separate location.
Post # 12
I think the space between your names and the ampersand is too much. Shrink the size of the space down in addition to the changes mentioned above.