save the date cards - Soaring Lovebirds

Tags: save the date cards, birds, lovebirds, circle, flying

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Tree Stokes
  • Minted Jun 12, 2013
  • 40 Comments made
  • 4148 Votes cast

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Delicate non-photo line drawing. Circular design featuring two birds taking flight together.


save the date cards, birds, lovebirds, circle, flying

colors shown:

Cream, Browns, Turquoise, Blue


Freebooter, Curlz, Century Gothic

design inspired by:

Square Non-Photo Card

submitted on:

Sep 21 2013

Edited on:

Sep 21 2013

average score:




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save the date cards - Soaring Lovebirds by Tree Stokes


Mary on Sep 21, 2013 at 4:41am

The doves in this design are reminiscent of ancient Celtic or Endless Knots - symbols that represent the interweaving of a spiritual path or eternal love and friendship, the inter-twining of wisdom and compassion, or as we see used here - the union of husband and wife. While subtle, this wedding invitation is particularly nice. The use of the oft overused dove in a new and interesting format - combining unusual color scheme which incorporates tradition by bringing in the well-known verse in blue is great. I love the main image of doves repeated as a "wedding ring" circling the inner image and suggesting an unbroken circle or eternity. Finally - a wedding invitation with meaning!

Lisa on Sep 28, 2013 at 12:58pm

As a crafter I enjoy the vintage look of this design. Reminds me of embroidery and brings the feel of the past and its promise of a future together. Also as a bird watcher the image of the birds illustrate peace, joy and trust to me. Great design!

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