Post # 1
I posted about this before but I have been working on it and I am wondering what if anything I am missing from these.
I had all these fonts on it before and it was all over the place. I think its nicer now but I still feel like it might be missing something?
What do you think bees?
Post # 3
I think maybe his name should be first? Because when you list a married couple usually the guy is first. (nvm I was wrong) And I would spell out July six, two thousand thirteen.
Post # 4
All the wedding invites I’ve seen always list the bride first. And I agree with the PP about spelling out the date… though you don’t have to. Just an option. Otherwise, it looks fine to me.
Post # 5
I think you need to put a period after “afternoon” and “follow”. Other than that I say it’s all go! I don’t think you need to spell out the date, but you can try it out to see if you think it looks like it’s missing something. Also should you put an RSVP date on it? I disagree with PP, your name should 100% go first.
Post # 6
what about the image below the time and the address?
Post # 7
@Ms-Lace: I like it at the top. Have you tried it out? I think it’s a bit of trial and error 🙂
Post # 8
Looks great, I like the “set up” the way it is
As for the Date, the PP is right, on Wedding Invites everything is traditionally spelled out (and over 2 lines), so…
Saturday, the sixth of July
two thousand and thirteen
at one o’clock in the afternoon
PS… NOTE where I have put the capitals as well.
Hope this helps,
Post # 9
I had it at the bottom before I didn’t like it as much: http://boards.weddingbee.com/topic/did-any-one-have-simple-and-elegant-style-invites
RSVP date is a good idea I don’t think I had thought that far ahead yet lol.
ETA: The picture of the church is an actual sketch of the church where we will have our ceremony and reception! I got the picture online and used a stencil website to make it. I will try spelling it out to see if that’s whats missing.
Post # 10
TO – Mrs Christopher: Re RSVP
You can certainly include the abbreviation at the bottom (usually centred as well) … but the Date is not included in that case, so…
PS… Again NOTE the capitals
Hope this helps,