- 5 years ago
- Wedding: June 2014
I fell in love with WeddingChick’s free mason jar invitation suite. (Here) However, I’ve been having second thoughts on the font, font color, and overall color. The website has great options for customzation, but I’m quite handy with Photoshop so I thought I’d try things my own way.
Anyway, here is the original invite from WeddingChicks (excuse blank space, info removed for privacy):
Here is my final draft:
I used fonts Sweetly Broken (script) and champagne & limousines.
RSVP card front original:
My changes (to match invite color):
RSVP back (which I love so much)
I added a QR code to the RSVP page of my wedding website. Those who know how to use it, might – like friends and younger family. I’ll also be stamping these at the post office myself, so I removed the little thing about postage.
Please excuse the bad upload quality. Rest assured I have HQ .psd and .pdp/.pdf on my side.
Do you have any comments, critiques, or otherwise feedback on any of the parts to my invitation suite? I don’t want to send Save-The-Date Cards ($$$). I know these aren’t a priority right now, given I have plenty of time to make changes. But I’m just looking for feedback. Some info on my wedding is that it is very family oriented/casual, will be at a local park community center and gazebo. Children are allowed, and I hope that comes through on the RSVP (despite only having two spaces to write in).
Thanks for reading all of my post! Ha. <3
Edit: Some other background info. My family will be traveling from out of state (New Mexico to Ohio is quite a drive), so I’ll send out their invites earlier. It takes more coordination to buy plane tickets and all that stuff to come out. My wedding website will have all that info. Everyone except my grandparents will access my wedding website. I’ll update my grandparents via phone, but they’ll stay with my aunt who lives nearby anyway.