Post # 1
We are starting to think about printing our DIY invites and I would love some feedback on design, wording, grammatical errors, anything! Please be kind with constructive feedback 🙂
Thanks bees! Here they are – some info edited for privacy.
edited to add RSVP card
Post # 3
I love the style of your invitation!! Such pretty flowers! The only thing that bothers me is that I would personally capitalize the “T” in together. Other than that I love it 🙂
Post # 5
They’re so beautiful! I would change the working to “will celebrate from afar” rather than “will be celebrating from afar” but I’m just picky with wording haha. They look amazing!
Post # 6
I have been going back and forth on capitalizing it, hahah.
Thanks! I like that – I will change it 🙂
Post # 7
Otherwise, perfect! They are so lovely!!
Post # 9
beautiful! i don’t know if it matters to you, but you don’t have the year on there
Post # 10
@alex88: they are very pretty. i think pp have noted the points that i see.
i love the script font that you are using. what font is that??
Post # 11
Beautiful! Not to start a debate but 5:30 is still considered “afternoon” in the invitation world (6pm is evening). I think either evening or afternoon is acceptable though!
Post # 12
I ended up taking it off as I wanted to keep the text to a minimum and people should figure out that it’s this year, haha 🙂
The script font is Carolyna Pro. I love it! I’m also using Carolyna Pro Black on some of our other paper goods – also great.
Good point! Thanks!
Post # 13
I wouldn’t use all caps on the rsvp as the invite has no caps. Ideally you want to match your invitation. Also I would adjust the leading on the rsvp as it is a bit tight.
Post # 14
Good point, thanks. I will change to lower case.
Post # 15
Lovely. and I love the idea of including a song suggestion. I wish I had thought of that! Making a playlist is the most difficult part of wedding planning.
Post # 16
They look great! Nice work. What program did you use?