save the date cards - Botanical Romance

Tags: save the date cards, floral, romantic, flowers, wedding, spring, summer, vintange, navy blue, hydrangea, tulip, pretty, elegant, colorful, nature, natural, gold, border, old fashioned

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Jill
  • Jill
  • Weymouth, MA, US
  • Minted Jan 3, 2015
  • 21 Comments made
  • 4139 Votes cast

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This Wedding Save the Date card is vintage style with a colorful assortment of flowers, including hydrangeas and tulips, scattered outside a gold foil border.

tags:

save the date cards, floral, romantic, flowers, wedding, spring, summer, vintange, navy blue, hydrangea, tulip, pretty, elegant, colorful, nature, natural, gold, border, old fashioned

colors shown:

Navy blue, blue, pink, coral, gold, green

fonts:

Ostrich Sans, Plantagenet

design inspired by:

A7 Save the Date Card

submitted on:

Sep 09 2016

Edited on:

Sep 10 2016

average score:

2.80

comments:

0

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save the date cards - Botanical Romance by Jill

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Version 2 (poll) - submitted on Sep 10 2016 - hide

Jill on Sep 9, 2016 at 5:39am
Jill
  • Minted Jan 3, 2015
  • 21 Comments made
  • 4139 Votes cast

Any feedback is appreciated. Thank you!!

Leah Bisch on Sep 9, 2016 at 7:16am
Leah Bisch
  • Minted Mar 4, 2014
  • 194 Awards
  • 1004 Comments made
  • 5423 Votes cast

I picked A! You have some really lovely florals in the frame and I think your illustration would be further highlighted if you simplify the text area. Have you tried the text area in the same charcoal gray as your background (instead of the kraft)...I also don't think you need the flowers on either side of the ampersand. Now that I'm looking at it a bit more, I like the "and" you used in option B instead of the ampersand. Just a few thoughts :)

jeanne smith on Sep 9, 2016 at 10:17am
jeanne smith
  • Minted Nov 11, 2012
  • 397 Comments made
  • 21181 Votes cast

..your font layout complements your beautiful artwork jill....i vote for A...:)

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