minibook cards - Dream Destination

Tags: minibook cards, beach, destination wedding, light, airy, crest, flourish

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sweet street gals
  • Minted Sep 11, 2008
  • 45 Awards
  • 306 Comments made
  • 4816 Votes cast

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A light and airy wedding Minibook, featuring a full-bleed hero image of a couple with a whimsical crest and playful typography.

tags:

minibook cards, beach, destinatio n wedding, light, airy, crest, flourish

colors shown:

Turquoise, Sunlight, Slate

fonts:

Bookeyed Suzanne, Mrs. Eaves All Petite Caps

design inspired by:

Wedding Minibook

submitted on:

Feb 10 2013

Edited on:

Feb 10 2013

average score:

2.79

comments:

2

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minibook cards - Dream Destination by sweet street gals

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Artsy Canvas Girl Designs on Feb 11, 2013 at 4:42pm
Artsy Canvas Girl Designs
  • Minted Nov 20, 2011
  • 14 Awards
  • 152 Comments made
  • 3053 Votes cast

so romantic!

Cats Blue Brew on Feb 11, 2013 at 9:04pm
Cats Blue Brew
  • Minted Jul 13, 2012
  • 2 Awards
  • 170 Comments made
  • 5265 Votes cast

The turquoise gradient is really tasteful! I do agree that the texts seem crowded, no focus point.

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Up Up Creative on Feb 10, 2013 at 11:32am
Up Up Creative
  • Minted Jan 24, 2010
  • 101 Awards
  • 1729 Comments made
  • 49921 Votes cast

I really like the combination of typefaces, but the text on the cover feels a little bit crowded/cramped to me. Also, I like that the flourish on the inside page sort of mimics the ocean (looks like a wave) but using it twice seems a little busy to me. Really like the tabs, though - both the way you dealt with the colors and the type treatment.

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