Post # 1
We both like Eugene Grasset’s Juin, and are going to use it as the back of our invitations.
This is art nouveau, and was painted/drawn/whatevered around the turn of the last century.
For our RSVP cards, we’re going to have another picture for the back. What if we had a picture of a car from the 1930s, like this one?
So my question is…do you think it’s okay that the time period of the two pictures do not match? Will anyone care? Does it matter?
Post # 3
I think you just have to go with what YOU love.
I would not question it.
Post # 4
@MrsOliveBird: That’s what I was kinda thinking…=) I am excited…I went to a local printer shop and the price they quoted me is SO MUCH LOWER than I expected…!!!
Post # 5
I think it is awesome and seriously only the most finiky of people are goign to notice… I like the car picture, but I had an interesting idea (which may or may not be possible) Unless you know the guy in the picture I think people might wonder who he is. Is there anyway you and your Fiance could (in vintage outfits) get a picture of you two posing infront of an early 30s car? Might make it all that more personal you know?
Post # 6
@peachacid: I’m always a proponent of anytime you combine things you love they “go”.