Post # 1
Thank you all so much for your help on my last post on this. 🙂 We definitely narrowed it down to one of two pictures. So I made a few invite designs, so we could get the feel of how they work. Fiance and I have narrowed it down to these three.
-Our invites will be 5×7 postcards for a vintage feel as well as cheaper postage. 🙂
-Our colors are pea green and canary yellow, which is why on some of the invites, the & sign is in green.
-These will be on the front of the card; the back will have all the info (parents’ names, locations, etc).
-For anonymity reasons, I’ve whited out our last names on 2 of the designs. Just know that our last names are in lowercase script underneath our big first names.
So? Which do you like better? 🙂
Post # 3
I prefer the first picture but I would add your wedding date. Very cute!
Post # 4
I think wedding date on the front is important if people stick it on the fridge, you want them to remember when!
Post # 5
I prefer picture 1 with the wording of picture 3
Post # 6
I like the 1st one and I would add ur wedding date
Post # 7
The thing is that on the first photo, there’s less room for text because of the dark textural background…
Post # 8
You could add the date in small font under your names on your white sweater in the first pic 🙂 that would be my vote
ETA: Can’t tell where a second last name would be whited out, but you can always delete the last names – better to have first names and wedding date 🙂
Post # 9
Alright y’all, I tried it out. Whatcha think? I’ll add a new option on the poll.
Post # 10
I like #2 and #3.
How about mixing #2/3 fonts together?
Keep the script font of “Dylan and Camille” but add the font from card #3 to the type in the date.
I love the picture you used for #2/3 You look angelic and he looks like he is loving his angel. Beautiful. <3
Post # 11
@JoJoDahling: I’ll try that, too. I think Fiance would agree with you, he really liked that script font.
Do you think I should keep the last names? In a serif font or script?