Post # 1
I am so excited about using a scrabble board as our save the date design. We are both scrabble addicts and our reception will feature scrabble, uno and a few other family games… My good friend helped me with the design- let me know what you think:
the purple writing is hard to read- it says “May 26, 2012” and “For Wedding Activity and Hotel Information, email us at [email protected]“
the final size will be 4×6 or the size of a postcard and if will e a magnet.
thanks for any feedback!
Post # 3
Love it. Very creative! Im also doing STD magnets. I love the fact that your friends and family will put your magnet on their fridge and will see it everytime they go for food. People always misplace a regular STD’s. Unless they specifically put it in a safe place. Which most people dont do.
I myself still have no idea what happened to the STD of a family friend. Its okay though because the wedding is next Friday, but the principal of the whole thing!lol
I wonder what happened to it.
Post # 4
That is such a cute idea! I love Scrabble and I wish I had thought of that! The only suggestion I have is that maybe you make the date and info/email line a little bigger. Nice job overall 🙂
Post # 5
love it! but the purple writing is kinda hard to read… can you shift the design up a bit so that you can get more white space on the bottom for that info?
Post # 6
This is so cute! I love it! I have to agree with the comments about the date and info line – they are really hard to read!
Post # 7
they are much more creative than mine. i think it’s fantastic.
Post # 8
Super Cute. I agree that the date and details are too hard to read. My suggestion:
– Remove LOVE, (it’s really cute, but you need some more white space in there
– Change the angle of the STD tiles so that they slant to the left. This should free up some space to put the actual date bigger and the email stuff on the bottom right corner.
but that’s just my two cents. they’re really fun!
Post # 9
Thanks for the advice bees!
Post # 10
one more thing i just thought of. not sure if it’s self-explanatory to your guests or not to put the city and state of your wedding. We live in LA so needed to specify Houston on our Save-The-Date Cards.