Story Line Save the Dates

posted 6 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
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  • Wedding: May 2013

These are amazing!!! I love this idea!! Do you have a template you wouldnt mid sharing? [email protected] My FH and I met in a NYC night club while I was on a college field trip and his Navy Ship was Docked in NYC for Fleet week and these would be perfect!!

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

Wow that is too cute! Love the love story save the date.

Post # 6
255 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2014

I think people that create there own templates are awesome! Seriously, it takes a little more time, but the result you get is unique and I know I take so much more pride knowing that the project is mine right from page setup!

That aside! I think this is a creative way to share both your story and your date. The overall look is really cute, but it’s busy enough that I think adding 4 photos would be too much. Perhaps you could make the font smaller in the “Maybe it was the summer heat…they found something special” and add a single photo -perhaps your first photo together – on the right side of the page (it would then balance out the large “So” button lower down)? 

If you have a photo of the actual proposal, you could add that to, and adjust the size of the thought bubble so it actually looks like you’re saying “yes”. Again, on the right side, to create balance. 

If you are set on the 4 photos, I would do away with the thought bubble “yes” and put it on the same line as the “and she said”. Then I’d take 4 photos photobooth style or polaroid style so they say “save” “the” “date” “09.14.13” and line them up along the bottom of the page with equal spacing.

Hope this helps!

Post # 7
226 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

Amazing! Aww…that’s my birthday!! 🙂 Best wishes to you both! 

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