- 6 years ago
- Wedding: August 2016
In 1 there is too much on the left and nothing on the right. Just looks non-symetrical. IF you like the fonts from 1 better, then I’d move the text towards the left.
how about moving all the text to the right so it won’t cover you and him? Put “save the date” in 1 to the top right and rhe names and date right below
Can you mirror image your picture, and use the template of #1? I agree with PP that there’s a lot of weight on the left, but I’m not sure I like how greyed out the foreground gets with template #2.
I like #1 quite a bit but I’d align the text on the right. I’d also space the 3 lines of text (names date website) even- the lines look like they are not equally aligned.
I normally prefer flowy, cursivey script like option #2 (I picked a script like that for my own save the date), but I think that type of style goes better with an engagement pic where the couple is dressed formally. Option #1 goes better with the casual vibe of your photo, IMO. I agree with PPs that you should align the text on the right to balance out the photo.
I chose #1 I love the bold font, looks very professional. But I like catlady01’s suggestion about moving the big words to the right side so you guys are not blocked.
I would prefer number 1 but with the text aligned to the right or flip the picture. But both are lovely!
I like the evenness of #2. The first one is too heavy on the left for me.
Oh….love the suggestion to go with number 1 but mirror image your photo…that would be fab.
#2 for sure.
There’s too much happening on the lefthand side of #1.
I like #1 but with the wording on the right side like the PP have said. I also prefer “save the date” vs “save our date” but that’s just me being picky.
Ladies, Dually noted and I agree. I like the first one but there is to much going on. So I revised a little and then used the same template with another photo. I’m torn. Please help!
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