party invitations - Swanky New Year Soiree

Tags: party invitations, new years, 1920s, party, holiday, soiree, vintage, rustic, black, great gatsby

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Jessica Sonnenberg
  • Minted Jun 26, 2017
  • 3 Comments made
  • 750 Votes cast

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Change up your holiday party with a Great Gatsby themed New Years party! This simple and whimsical invitation features styles from the 1920's.

tags:

party invitations, new years, 1920s, party, holiday, soiree, vintage, rustic, black, great gatsby

colors shown:

red, black

fonts:

Steelworks, Century Gothic

design inspired by:

Holiday Party Invitation

submitted on:

Aug 01 2017

average score:

2.27

comments:

4

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party invitations - Swanky New Year Soiree by Jessica Sonnenberg

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Jessica Sonnenberg on Aug 9, 2017 at 10:13am
Jessica Sonnenberg
  • Minted Jun 26, 2017
  • 3 Comments made
  • 750 Votes cast

Simple is sometimes better in my opinion but I would to know what you all think! Thank you!

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Sabrina Hoeke on Aug 9, 2017 at 10:46pm
Sabrina Hoeke
  • Minted Jan 6, 2014
  • 49 Comments made
  • 10234 Votes cast

The spacing between the words is making them seem like totally separate elements. I would try closing up between Get and Pretty, Get and Dapper, and Get and Swanky. I would also reduct the word spacing on Sitting Pretty New Years Soiree. Really cute and different design!

Angela Garrick on Aug 10, 2017 at 2:27pm
Angela Garrick
  • Minted Jun 28, 2015
  • 52 Awards
  • 886 Comments made
  • 29133 Votes cast

I like your illustration and keeping things simple. I think the copy reads a bit busy with the two lines of text "get spiffy..." and "sitting pretty.." with the same font treatment. What if you took the "get spiffy" line and changed the font to match the party details and move it below the heading?

Cat Caudillo on Aug 15, 2017 at 10:52am
Cat Caudillo
  • Minted Sep 29, 2015
  • 22 Awards
  • 55 Comments made
  • 1011 Votes cast

I think overall there is too much negative space, making it hard to relate some elements to others. It would also be easier to focus on the type if it were a more simple font.