first draft of our fall invites

posted 6 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
2 posts
  • Wedding: May 2012

I think the look great.  IMO less is always more, you don’t want it to be too busy. Are you going to add your names where it says Future Wife and Future Husband?

Post # 4
60 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

I like it, it is simple and very elegant. I also love the tree on the top. If you wanted to add something extra, maybe add some rhinestones or some ribbon/ box if you wanted to just add an extra element to give it some pop. But I think it is find just as it is. 

Post # 5
1 posts
  • Wedding: December 2011

Love it is simple and elegant would not changa thing. Assuming you are using the fonts displayed, they are great and really flow with the tree. Awesome and perfect for a fall wedding. Best of luck to you and remember as with any diy project allow yourelfselves a little extra me for the cutting and putting them together. 


Post # 6
14 posts
  • Wedding: September 2013

I think they are perfect.  I would be very impressed if I received this invitation from someone.  If you feel you must do something, maybe a thin line the same colour as the dark background paper boxing in the tree and the information?  Your tree graphic would look lovely as part of a bellyband with the ribbon the blue colour and the tree boxed in like the invitation.  I must admit, I am slightly biased as my invitation-to-be looks a lot like yours (tree, simple, layering…but green not blue).  When you get to the assembly stage make sure your helpers are very good at following your instructions and share your vision.  I worked on a similar task with good friends who were more interested in chatting than the final quality and while we had a great time I ended up redoing a lot of the work.  The next time I completed a project such as this I had 2 very focussed older children help me and the job was completed quicker and the finished product was perfect. 

Please post your finished product!

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