Post # 1
Hi Everyone! I could really use some input.
We’re printing our own invitations and I decided we should probably go have them printed at Kinkos soon (even though we have tons of time) just in case something goes terribly wrong and we need to come up with a plan B. That’s just the worrier in me haha!
Everything will be printed on pearlescent white paper in black ink.
Here is the invitation:
I know everything is super simple and there’s not much to look at, but I am so paranoid that I’m missing something. Are there any glaring mistakes or things that I need to fix?
I keep going back and forth if I should add the wording “We have reserved ___ seats for you” on the RSVP. There is no inner envelope and that way there won’t be any questions, but I just don’t think it will be very pretty to handwrite in a number.
Sorry about the quality. I’m battling a migraine right now so I’m trying to post this quickly so I can stop looking at the computer screen.
Post # 3
I like how clean and simple it is! You have written out ‘four o’clock’ on the main invitation and used the numeral 6 on the reception card- I have no idea if that really matters, but you might want it to be consistent. You might also want a space for people to write their dietary requirements on the rsvp card, in case of allergies? Hope that helps a little!
Post # 4
Gorgeous! And I can’t think of anything you’re missing!
Post # 5
@farfromhome: Thanks! I’m glad you caught that. I have a thing for consistency, but I think I’ve been staring at these way too long. 🙂 I contemplated the dietary requirements part too, but we’re having a buffet so I wasn’t sure if it was that big of a deal.
Post # 6
@sarahmichelle: you probably don’t need that bit then, so maybe you could fit in the ‘seats reserved’ bit- if you’re not sure about handwriting, could you get batches printed with different numbers typed in? If you have lots of different sized groups that could be a pain, but it might work if you do want that line. 🙂
P.s. hope the migraine goes away soon!