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A bold watercolor pattern symbolizes the ocean.
wedding invitations, beach
archer, bookeyed suzanne
A7 Photo Wedding Invitation
Sep 12 2012
hey, rebecca, thanks for trying my idea, but I do agree less white space between the scallops gives them more focus . Something else to think about...although I love your type choice, if you're not using a minted-approved font for the names they may change it on you.
This is really gorgeous. Much cleaner without the background. Beautiful as is.
I love the final version. Great job. And perfect inspiration board.
Thanks guys! Im not sure if this is mathematically proportional, but I readjusted. the thirds rule was not giving me much of the ocean pattern, and cutting the pattern in a weird place. I Really appreciate the help!
Carol, i tried your suggestion of adding a background behind the scallops, but even the slightest of backgrounds seems to muddle it..
I like it without the background. The texture of the ocean 'waves' is really gorgeous and stands alone well.
looks great rebecca! love the texture/colors... just curious how it would look withoit so much negative space between scallops so it is slightly more delicate.... might not be better, just a thought? it could very well look better as is with a stronger contrast between the bold scallop shaps and delicate text.. hope this makes sense...
No background please. Love those watery scallops.
I vote white background as submitted!
no background - and I love it!
I think no background because your typeface is so delicate. The spaces between the scallops feel really powerful, though and I might consider putting the background behind them, just to see what it looks like? Not sure. Love the color inside the scallops - it's so gorgeous!!
I agree–great as is! Though I kind of want to move the scallops down just a hair so the tops of the bottom row disappear.
no background for sure ; ) I love the gorgeous texture! Just gorgeous! It looks almost iridescent. I agree with olivia too--maybe revisit the relationships between the text and the pattern? For instance if the center text line were 1/3 of the way from the top, and the pattern occupied 1/3 of the composition from the bottom?
Hmm, I like it better with the white I think. It looks cleaner and the letters stand out more.
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