baby shower invitations - leebert's polo

Tags: baby shower invitations, baby, baby shower, kids

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Reynan Racaza
  • Minted Oct 25, 2014
  • 21 Comments made
  • 67 Votes cast

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Having a baby is a blessing and with that, a blessing should be taken cared of. I used a carriage as a symbol of how parents take care of their baby with love and gentleness.


baby shower invitations, baby, baby shower, kids

colors shown:

blue, yellow


Mrs. Eaves, Naive Inline, Carolyna Pro

design inspired by:

A7 Photo Card

submitted on:

Feb 20 2016

average score:




[Non-foil-pressed] Great Expectations Baby Shower - See designs critique this design

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baby shower invitations - leebert's polo by Reynan Racaza


Reynan Racaza on Feb 20, 2016 at 6:11pm
Reynan Racaza
  • Minted Oct 25, 2014
  • 21 Comments made
  • 67 Votes cast

Appreciate your comments and suggestions.


Korry Brown on Feb 22, 2016 at 11:47am
Korry Brown
  • Minted Dec 10, 2014
  • 7 Awards
  • 363 Comments made
  • 16981 Votes cast

Hi Reynan! Cute idea. Love the onesie. I might tweak the gold color a little bit, maybe try a poll with some different choices. It seems just a little bit harsh with the soft blue. The type at the bottom is a little hard to read as well, in that color... maybe just the slight darker blue from the onesie would help.

Jill Means on Feb 25, 2016 at 11:30am
Jill Means
  • Minted May 11, 2010
  • 122 Awards
  • 1740 Comments made
  • 41795 Votes cast

I think you should change the Naive Inline at the bottom to something more readable like the Mrs Eaves? The Naive Inline would look cute in the Monogram though! Also, Pottery Barn is spelled wrong ;)

beverly on Feb 27, 2016 at 4:30pm

I'd make the gold text larger above & below the onesie larger. Be sure the curl of the "y" text in baby and/or the curl of the "r" in shower touch the shoulders of the onesie. Same with the sample name below. Make it large enough and move it so the caps touch the onesie above. That way, your image and text design will be "connected." (I'm a free lance graphic artist.)