wedding invitations - vows for us

Tags: wedding invitations, wedding, vows, frame, rustic, chalkboard, primitive

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Danielle Haramut
  • Minted Apr 6, 2014
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This rustic wedding invitation with a framed primitive chalk board feel is right on trend for that special wedding day.

tags:

wedding invitations, wedding, vows, frame, rustic, chalkboard, primitive

colors shown:

black, white

fonts:

Carolyna Pro Black, Euphorigenic-Regular

design inspired by:

A7 Non-Photo Wedding Invitation

submitted on:

Nov 29 2014

Edited on:

Dec 07 2014

average score:

2.18

comments:

0

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wedding invitations - vows for us by Danielle Haramut

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Danielle Haramut on Dec 2, 2014 at 4:03am
Danielle Haramut
  • Minted Apr 6, 2014
  • 351 Comments made
  • 4568 Votes cast

one more time :) which one do you like best?

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Lauren Rodelo on Dec 2, 2014 at 5:47pm
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I vote A. I think the added space around the text helps to bring the focus to the names/information.

Jennifer Postorino on Dec 2, 2014 at 6:34pm
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A for me :)

Shirley Lin Schneider on Dec 3, 2014 at 9:21am
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I like A

Jan Shepherd on Dec 3, 2014 at 10:51am
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I like this one (but as I haven't won any typography prizes yet I hope you don't mind my comment) - I like the background graphics and I'm wondering if you could have 60% opacity on the white sheet and make that the size of the one in A ? then you could still see the large text but the main thing is you would focus on the actual invitation wording.

Melissa Casey on Dec 4, 2014 at 6:48am
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C is too busy for the eye. I like B b/c it has more of a border, BUT I think I could keep the date as the serif font over the script otherwise there's just too much happening :) good luck!

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Naomi Ernest on Dec 2, 2014 at 6:07am
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A. Your changes are great! I might try simplifying the copy a bit. Since this isn't a super formal invitation, I think you could get away with some simpler wording to keep it clean looking. For example, I don't think you need the line "ceremony to be..." :)

Lauren Rodelo on Dec 2, 2014 at 7:19am
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I vote B!

Jennifer Postorino on Dec 2, 2014 at 9:44am
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I'm going with A. I'd like to see it with more white space and a bit less of the border. Try and simplify your text as well and center it to give it some breathing room and fluidity :)

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2birdstone on Dec 1, 2014 at 3:25pm
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I feel like there is a lot going on here. The chalkboard text feels really jumbled and the actual invitation text is so small in comparison, it feels secondary to the vows text when the hierarchy should probably be reversed. It it were my design I'd make the vow text all one font, smaller and repeat endlessly in the background. The Invite text I'd make larger (make the chalkboard border at most 1 inch wide) and make that the focus of the design. You're close, I think a couple more changes and you'll be there!