(Closed) Invite: Help to fill the gap!

posted 4 years ago in Paper
Post # 2
1377 posts
Bumble bee

Why don’t you move Katie and Ben to the dead centre and make the 4 chunks of text around it smaller to compenasate.

Post # 3
316 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

romeantic :  I like the idea of having something like the draping stars. But if you can’t find something that you both don’t feel is cheesy… what about bringing the “Ceremony” and “Reception” pieces slightly in and down so that they are offset from the text above?


Post # 4
729 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2017

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Nomster :   +1

Post # 5
13903 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

I agree with making your names the exact center of the card.  As they are now, it looks weird and like something didn’t print right on the invitation.

Post # 6
6240 posts
Bee Keeper

That’s what I was going to say… move your names down to the centre. 

Post # 7
2316 posts
Buzzing bee

I think reformating the all the text would help a bit and you could still keep the multi-color theme going.  Place your names at the very top and then place everything below it using the rule of 3rds.


Post # 8
34 posts

“Katie and Ben would love to invite you to our wedding” — you are talking about yourself in third person, and then in first person. 

Also, “would love to invite you to our wedding” is a conditional phrase — as in the sentence “We would love to invite you… buuut we can’t.”  It makes the invitation sound hypothetical. If this is an invitation, it should say “we invite you” or “we are overjoyed to invite you” … not “we would love to invite you.” 

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