baby shower invitations - Share the baby love

Tags: baby shower invitations, couples, hearts, couples shower, purple, heart, invitation

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MJ Roebuck
  • Minted Mar 13, 2011
  • 17 Comments made

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Share your love for your favorite parents-to-be by adding their names into two overlapping hearts. The smaller white heart represents their new baby.

tags:

baby shower invitations, couples, hearts, couples shower, purple, heart, invitation

colors shown:

Purple

fonts:

BlackJack Regular and Franklin Gothic Medium

design inspired by:

A7 Non-Photo Card

submitted on:

Feb 26 2016

Edited on:

Feb 29 2016

average score:

1.39

comments:

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MJ Roebuck on Feb 26, 2016 at 6:32pm
MJ Roebuck
  • Minted Mar 13, 2011
  • 17 Comments made

Any feedback appreciated, especially relating to the text in the hearts. Thank you!

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beverly on Feb 28, 2016 at 7:22pm

Here are my suggestions, especially regarding the text: I'd capitalize the "Mom-To-Be" and "Dad-To-Be," all the way through (like so) to make it look better and not make the lettering black, but the dark blueish background color of your card. Also the bottom text should probably be centered and the lines not each be a different size. Line #1 & #2 would look better the same size and the RSVP is good a the smallest size. I'd also increase the size of your heart art design slightly so the tops of the big hearts go just under the "join us for a baby shower..." text and also their tips go just under the "Sunday, March 27..." That way your art and your text are integrated. (I'm a free lance graphic designer.)

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