Post # 1
There weren’t very many engagement pictures that we liked, so that made choosing a save the date a little trickier. I love the coloring of #3, but Fiance and I feel a little awkward sending out a picture of the two of us kissing! I know the white writing is a little hard to read, but I really love the way it looks! Black or any other color font just doesn’t look the same.
All the information on the save the dates is false 😉
Post # 2
- Wedding: August 2015 - Southern Plantation House
The first is my favorite! And your dog is so cute!
Post # 3
I personally do not care for the kissing photos as I feel like I’m intruding on a personal moment. I like #1 because it gives the most information on the front.
Post # 4
#1 — don’t put text over your cute little furbaby’s face!
Post # 7
I’m stuck between #1 & #3 but I voted for 1!
Post # 8
I don’t like #2 because it covers the poor dog’s face! And I like the overall composition of #1 better than that of #3 or #4.
Post # 9
It looks like #1 is popular! The only thing that slightly bothers me on #1 is that there’s no place for the city!
Post # 10
I like #3 but agree with Pp on the no kissing thing. Lol.
#4 is my next fave.
Post # 11
You could probably put it where the XOXO is
eta – you could also change the wording from
two thousand sixteen
to all one line, and you’ll have another line available for the city. So it would look
October 10, 2016
New York City
Post # 12
- Wedding: June 2015 - Holly Hedge Estate
It was a toss up between 1 and 2 but I ultimately voted #1. You really can’t go wrong with any though, they all look great! My least fav would be #4, only because it seem *slightly* less artistic and whimsy than the others (as far as font and layout only, not the picture of course).
Post # 13
The font that the year and “Save the date” is written in for number 1 is really weird and hard to read on the A, V and S’s it needs changing. It’s a font where it’s intended to not be written in all caps, so there is slanting and still on the letters, which looks fine when written in normally capitalised sentences but weird in this all caps context.