Vote: Choose Your Favorite Design

Happy Wednesday Everyone!

In an earlier post, we talked about how traditional weddings reflect that which has been time-honored and passed down.  If you read this blog regularly, you know how much I appreciate creativity in all forms~ science, concepts, art... from traditional to contemporary.  That said, I'm so excited to ask for your help on these four designs.   I'd love to hear your opinion on what you like and what you don't like.

Be sure to vote for your favorite design in the poll at the right below!

Color and design elements have infused the world of wedding invitations.  There is more potential to the invitation, than just setting the tone!  With design, there is personality...  with design, there is intrigue and drama.  And, a little design element goes a long way.

Being truly fond of all things vintage, I love the old-world feel of the following designs.  (Pink makes it contemporary and certainly can be changed). Each of the designs begin with the same pattern and the same fonts~ but then something magical happens...  Changes come in the form of bold, attention grabbing design elements that completely change the look and feel of the design.  Check it out...

Notice how the first design entitled Victorian Menagerie has more of a traditional feel to it~ the elements are light, incorporating a small accent figure.    The design is pretty and there is a gentleness to it.

The second design entitled Edwardian Rose introduces a heavier floral accent pattern and even though it is on one side, there is balance and structure.  It definitely makes a statement.

The third design entitled Art Nouvea Retro has more of a turn of the century~ gone punk look and feel.  The design element is borrowed from #2 image and repeated along the left side for another layered pattern.

The fourth design entitled Neo-Classical is most certainly bold.  There is definitely drama going on here with this modern and extreme accent!  Hmmm.

What do you think of these designs?  Too much?  Not enough?  When is enough... enough?


#1: Victorian Menagerie Save the Date magnet (style code: A-11821)

#2: Edwardian Rose Save the Date magnet (style code: A-11825)

#3: Art Nouveau Retro Save the Date magnet (style code: A-11826)

#4: Neo-Classical Chic Save the Date magnet (style code: A-11827)[poll id="27"]