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Modern, minimalist, clean design.
wedding invitations, modern,
orange, butterscotch, grey
Bebas, Century Gothic, Copperplate
Feb 20 2010
Mar 07 2010
I really like this!! A few comments...The two radius edges don't match. And I might try a different & sign...just to see.
Thanks. I fixed the radius. Tried a few variations on the &, but kept going back to the original.
the design is nice, great colors, but the "&" is distracting. i think it can be more decorative. have you tried a "+" instead?
Yes, a plus sign would look nice.
I do like that better. Thanks everyone!
The plus sign is a great addition. It feels a tad too large visually though, maybe go down a few point sizes?
Also, I like the condensed style--but wish there was a little more space between each of the words because it is starting to read as one word.
I'm a big fan of this one! I love the charcoal and orange together. The fonts all work really well with the design. Good job!
Lina, this is one of my favorites! Really fresh and clean and the font and color choices are spot-on. You may want to experiment with the spacing on the "we invite..." line - Bebas is awesome, but the spacing between words, at least when i use it, has to be tweaked a little.
Thank you for all the wonderful comments and suggestions. It's a great feeling to know that my design is appreciated. I'll work on tweaking some of the font. I do see how the words seem to run into each other.
I am in love with this. It makes me think of crisp notebooks or preppy book lovers.
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