party invitations - Count Your Blessings

Tags: party invitations, Thanksgiving invite, Thanksgiivng, Thanksgiving dinner, Thanksgiving invitation, thanksgiving invitations, blessings, grace, counrtry, warm, invitation, holiday invite, fall invitation

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emily elizabeth stationery
  • Minted Aug 12, 2010
  • 6 Awards
  • 192 Comments made
  • 1338 Votes cast

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This warm and nostalgic Thanksgiving dinner invitation features a orange gingham pattern and abundant cornucopia.

tags:

party invitations, Thanksgivi ng invite, Thanksgiiv ng, Thanksgivi ng dinner, Thanksgivi ng invitation , thanksgivi ng invitation s, blessings, grace, counrtry, warm, invitation , holiday invite, fall invitation

colors shown:

brown, orange, yellow, purple, green

fonts:

Memoriam, Rockwell

design inspired by:

A7 Landscape Party Invitation

submitted on:

Jul 11 2012

Edited on:

Jul 12 2012

average score:

2.55

comments:

3

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party invitations - Count Your Blessings by emily elizabeth stationery

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Snow and Ivy on Jul 12, 2012 at 9:13am
Snow and Ivy
  • Minted Mar 7, 2010
  • 113 Awards
  • 2532 Comments made
  • 15774 Votes cast

perfection!!!

Caroline Szpak on Jul 19, 2012 at 7:09am
Caroline Szpak
  • Minted Apr 16, 2012
  • 6 Awards
  • 186 Comments made
  • 6783 Votes cast

Everything about this is perfection. I love it.

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Snow and Ivy on Jul 11, 2012 at 12:46pm
Snow and Ivy
  • Minted Mar 7, 2010
  • 113 Awards
  • 2532 Comments made
  • 15774 Votes cast

hey! Love the revisions! Everything flows so nicely within that top section - feels really balanced. You could probably scoot that bottom text up, or bring the top section down... it feels a little unbalanced vertically? Might just be me though. Overall I think it feels really solid - and I'm so loving that top, illustrated area.

Jillian Barber on Jul 12, 2012 at 8:52am
Jillian Barber
  • Minted Jul 9, 2012
  • 11 Comments made
  • 403 Votes cast

beautiful illustration!

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Snow and Ivy on Jul 11, 2012 at 9:37am
Snow and Ivy
  • Minted Mar 7, 2010
  • 113 Awards
  • 2532 Comments made
  • 15774 Votes cast

This is SO pretty Emily! Your cornucopia is really gorgeous - I feel like it's begging to be more prominent? ... I think it would be a really beautiful focal point. One idea might be to turn everything to landscape orientation, make blessings larger and the cornucopia as well. Another idea might be to rotate the cornucopia and have it almost 'growing' out of the tail on the G - or nestled in among that bottom swoosh. I'm not sure about the 'l' - I wonder how it might look without the extra 'swoosh'. Just some quick first impressions - but seriously, that illustration is really beautiful!!

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