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I love them all I think they are all cute. But I think it depends on what look your going for. To me, number 2 looks the most elegant and it denotes a classy wedding. Number 3 gives off the vibe of a more relaxed, casual beach wedding. I voted for #3 b/c it makes me the most excited to want to go to Mexico!!! I know whatever you choose will be absolutely beautiful. Are those the colors you are using as well or did you have plans to use different colors? (B/c I really love those colors)

 

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I voted for #2 Jenetta. I think this represents the style I have seen you express on the forum. I like the fonts and alignments as well as the orange color and simple style.

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I'm really torn between #1 and #2. My favorite color is pink, so I was naturally drawn to #1, but I like the boldness and uniqueness of #2. You can't go wrong with either one. Sorry, I'm not much help.

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I say #2. #3 is too much pink. #1 is my second choice, but I like the simplicity of #2 better.

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ahhhhh- i think i like #1 better- but i also like #2........both are beautiful and really display classical elegance

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UPDATE: So it's official we've selected #2 smile159.gif

 

This was FI's favorite as well as most of yours. My FI rarely has an opinion so of course it had to be what he decided.

 

Once I receive, print and assemble I will post a pic.

 

I am so excited, it was such a great value $65. w/o printing.

One less thing to do... check!

 

Thanks so much ladies; it's wonderful to have so many more eyes.smile41.gif

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Jenetta

 

Where are you having your invites printed? I'm debating about doing my own invites and STD's but I dont want to print at home b/c my printer (DELL) uses up so much ink so fast and costs about $70 to replace the ink, that I think I may need to find a print shop to do the actual printing.

 

Ahhh! Its times like this I wish I was MS and could everything imaginable to do all me DIY stuff crybaby2.gif

 

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UPDATE: So it's official we've selected #2 smile159.gif

 

This was FI's favorite as well as most of yours. My FI rarely has an opinion so of course it had to be what he decided.

 

Once I receive, print and assemble I will post a pic.

 

I am so excited, it was such a great value $65. w/o printing.

One less thing to do... check!

 

Thanks so much ladies; it's wonderful to have so many more eyes.smile41.gif

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