Post # 1
I’ve been designing my invitations for a while now and just when I thought I was done I’ve realised I’m not loving the design and wish I did something different!
I don’t really want to change it up too much as I’d like it to match my STD which has already gone out. A is the first design I made and B is something I’ve roughly put together and I’m wondering if I should do something more along those lines? (venue address has been blanked out)
Our names will be done with gold powder embossing, I already have the materials/stamp for this so can’t change it. And would like to keep the fonts/colours the same to match the STD. But if you can think of a better layout please let me know!
Here’s the STD for reference. Thanks!
Post # 2
Rectangle border looks beautiful and professionally designed. If you want a whole flower showing could you use it as envelope lining? We lined our envelopes with flowers and it turned out really nicely.
Post # 3
I actually really like the first one!! While the design of the 2nd is nice, having the text in the lower right-hand corner is throwing me off for some reason…I think the rectangular one is more formal.
But they are very pretty invitations! I love the flower design.
Post # 4
I think the first one looks great! But the color of the font with your names clashes. That’s the only thing I’d change. If you want to do something different, I like B as a second choice.
Post # 5
cinnapep: I like them both but the second one really stands out. You are doing a great job!
Post # 6
Thanks ladies, maybe I should just go with my first design then!
desss: Our names are going to be embossed in gold, not actually printed that mustard colour 🙂
Post # 7
- Wedding: November 2009 - New York, NY
I really like option 1. Something about option 2 gives me an “unfinished” vibe.
Post # 8
I said off center boarder but the truth is they are both gorgeous!!!
Post # 9
I like option b it feels a bit more romantic to me.
Post # 10
I really like the composition of the second invitation. You get to appreciate the flowers more.
Post # 11
- Wedding: May 2016 - Cherry Orchard
I love both and especially B! You’ve done a great job. The only thing I might change is that it feels like the font is a little small.
Post # 12
Hmm I think I’ll refine B a little more and see how that goes! I like how you see more flowers with that one, suits our ‘soft/romantic’ theme 🙂 thank you for your comments!
Post # 13
I prefer A. In B, the flower is the first thing I look to, and it just overpowers the information (which is the most important part, and should be the main focal point)
Post # 14
I like b, I like that I can see whole flowers 🙂