(Closed) Rough draft of my invitations

posted 8 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
194 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

Cute. I definitely agree without the ribbon! Really silly but have you checked the whole suite fits inside the envelope? And I think a liner would look awesome.

If you are spelling out the date, should it be two thousand and ten? (I am not sure of the right answer, I am just thinking aloud!)

Post # 4
3539 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

Straight stitching would look better than the crisscross I agree. I think a liner would be good and to maybe loose the wax seal (just my taste here) I also agree without the ribbon either. With the principal of keeping it simple. Sometimes the more simple you keep it the better it can look.

If you dont want to work on your handwriting skills you can maybe run your envelopes through the printer and use a handwriting font off http://www.dafont.com.

I used the freebooter script too and I love it!  With the RSVP title i would keep the font consistant  with the freebooter script (it looks like you may have chosen something else) and with the map itself I would experiment in making that border red so it ties in with all your awseome stuff!!

I cant recommend any block fonts from the one you have. Im not really sure but im sure dafont.com could solve that problem!

Love the cardstock and colors and great layouts!


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