(Closed) Damask (black and white) with Hot pink (fuchsia)

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Post # 4
Member
7272 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2015

@poohbear1201:  So you just want something that slips in that pocket with your invitation printed on it? I think it would be best to keep it relatively simple, since you already have the printed pocket and ribbon. Just find an elegant font you like and print it up. 

Post # 6
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11284 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: April 2012

@poohbear1201:  i agree with @MexiPino:.  keep it simple.

you have so much going on with the texture of the jacket, the filigree of the heart, the detail of the ribbon plus the damask and lined interior of the jacket.   i would go simple.  you don’t want the details of the invite to compete with each other. 

btw, i did black and white damask with fuschia too.  i diy my invites too.

Post # 7
Member
7272 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2015

@poohbear1201:  Oh I hear you. It’s easy to get caught up trying to make everything just so. But your invitations are already elaborate and totally pulling together your colors/theme. Don’t guild the lily. 

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