Monday, December 22, 2008

Trying not to become a wedding blog, but:



I developed a soft spot for these until Chris informed me he wouldn't have his wedding invitations looking like an Urban Outfitters poster. I see his point, but I can't help loving their elegant simplicity. However, considering that we don't need to send invites till July, and there are a lot (a LOT) of weightier and time-relevant things on the wedding to-do list, I think I'll postpone my browsing...but post them here for your enjoyment.

6 comments:

sarah said...

i see both of your sides--i agree with you on the simplicity (one of my favorite design elements)...but i can totally see chris' point! and that is not something i would want mine to look like, either.

you'll find something that you both like, you have plenty of time!

LBL said...

I think they look nice! Perhaps a small graphic might make them look a little less urban outfitters poster-y?

Laura said...

I think he's specifically objecting to the use of Helvetica font. But I think it's an interesting jumping off point.

twodollarbill said...

thier (!?

i think they are cute but i see chris' point.

traci said...

I was going to say that the design would be helped by a serif font. Which, I think, would work better with the overall feel you're going for. It could totally work.

liz said...

I totally understand what my bro sees and love that you're looking for simplicity. I agree the font is what throws it. You know, i did all the design work for our Christmas card right? ;) xo