Post # 1
I was getting ready stamp and emboss our invitations, when my Fiance mentioned that the invitations would also look nice without the stamp. Now I’m torn, I think that the blue stamp ties the set together, BUT I also like look of invitation without the stamp. What do you think, do I stamp them or not?
Post # 3
I like them much better with the stamp, they look quite plain without it.
Post # 4
I didn’t vote because I like both very much…I don’t find them plain at all. I’m very much a “classic”, “clean” invite fan.
I think if you sent them as is, they would be GORGEOUS. I really like the fonts.
That said, I do like how the stamp ties everything together. It looks great near the blue response envelope and band. If you have time, I’d say do the stamp.
Post # 5
Thanks everyone for the input.
I think I am going to go with the Stamp. I love your screen name musthavedietcoke, because I am also addicted to the stuff. I hated Diet Coke before grad school and but know I love the stuff.
Post # 6
Stamp definitely….I also did my response card very similar to yours. 🙂
Post # 7
I love the stamp! Was Fiance trying to save you work?
Post # 8
Definitely the stamp. I think it ties in nicely with the belly band and envelope.
Post # 9
I like the stamp since it brings in the blue color to that piece.
However, I may warn you – stamping is tough on the nerves! I had one of those hand-calligraphy return address stamps, and I used them to stamp our invite envelope. I would mess up on about 15% of them (like not inking enough, smudge, shadowy if the stamp moved, etc). and of the rest, there was only a strong impression on about 30% of them (again, not inking enough).
If you feel confident in your stamping skills, I say do it. BUT, if you don’t know what your stamping skills will be like, I say to not try it…
Post # 10
I like the stamp too. I think that without it, the invitation looks a bit off-centered.
Post # 11
I really like the stamp, it makes them look a little more fancy and tied togather!
Post # 12
The blue stamp really makes it pop! 🙂