Post # 1
I’m working with a graphic designer on mock-ups for my invites.
Here are 2 that I currently like. They will be on double paper (so the blue will be one sheet, and the white will be mounted on that) the text will all be letter press.
There will also be a details card, map card, and RSVP postcard.
What do you think?
Which do you like best?
What changes would you suggest?
Option 1: Block text and Script names
Option 2: Script text, block names
Post # 3
Definitely the first option. I think that you want to put a more legible font as the main part, and have the names be the fancy, decorative aspect. Love the design, btw–very classy/elegant, but also fun, with the little nautical detail 🙂
Post # 4
@KatNYC2011:I really like the script wording with the names in the block font. I think that it makes the names stand out more and gives the overall invitation a very elegant feel.
Post # 5
Thanks! The nautical detail plays off our save the date cards, also similar fonts:
Post # 6
I voted for the first one b/c I think the second one is a little hard to read. On a side note…I love the way that you tied in the little knot since it’s at the yatch club.
Post # 7
I agree – script for all the information is a little bit much. It looks great with the block letters.
Post # 8
I was wondering if the script was too hard to read, but I like the elegance of it.
Then again, the wedding is cocktail/country club type attire and not black tie, so I don’t need to have a super formal invitation.
Post # 9
I think the first one is easier to read. I really like your design!
Post # 10
I think it looks better if the names are script, but i personally dont like using CAPS throughout the entire invite. Can you use a different font, capital letters can be hard to read
Post # 11
I love the names as script. Your nautical theme and save the date are wonderful!
Post # 12
She also sent this option:
Post # 13
I prefer the block text with script names but that may be because that’s how I’m doing my invites.
Post # 15
I like the first- I think the 2nd is too formal. And I don’t like the last one much at all, it doesn’t look as professional as the others.
So cute though- love that they match the save the dates!
Post # 16
I’m partial to the first one…easier to read. The funny thing is, I’m pretty sure those are the exact same fonts I am using for my invites, or pretty darn close.