Post # 1
So we are doing non-traditional, but wondered if this is too -casual? (we have a vistaprint coupon I’m tryin to use) I didn’t want something raelly fancy, or simple, but more fun, does this look more like a back yard bbq invite? we are doing a ceremony at the park, followed by a dinner reception at vanue at the golf course fi likes this one, I kind of did at first, but the more I look at it, the more casual it feels:
Post # 3
@babbot: I’d like it for a less formal invitation if it didn’t have the string lights on it.
Post # 4
- Wedding: January 2013 - Harbourfront Grand Hall
@babbot: It seems so sparse to me!
Post # 5
I think it’s cute. 🙂 The string of lights does make it seem a little back yard bbq but it looks like this is the save the date and STD’s don’t need to be formal. 🙂
Post # 6
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
I think it’s awesome! For the actual invite, right? It’s super cute. It’s definitely casual-ish but I dunno, if that’s the general feel you’re going for, I dig it.
Post # 7
- Wedding: May 2013 - The bride's hometown United Methodist Church near Kalamazoo
I love it!! I don’t think it looks super backyard BBQ-ish: yes, it could work for a backyard BBQ, but it could also totally work for a park ceremony/golf course reception! 🙂
Post # 8
I think it’s cute, but I would definitely think it was a very casual wedding.
Post # 9
Honour is for religious formal ceremonies, you may want to use pleasure instead. And the time should be half after five, not five thirty. Anything before 7 is considered afternoon, not evening. Saying evening denotes formal or black tie wear so I would say afternoon if it is more casual. I’d also make the font bigger. The date should read on Saturday the twelfth of April and you don’t have to put the year. What kind of reception are you having? It’s good to let people know what to expect. Like dinner and dancing to follow, or cocktails and cake to follow.
Post # 10
haha, they fill it in for you. just talking about the background/template.