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I'm using the boarding passes for my (in)formal invites. For all but the cover page, I'm trying to decide if I should use the palm tree in the main portion as well as stub portion of the tickets. I know I want it on the stub, but I'm torn about the main part. Is it too plain without the tree, or is it too busy with the tree.

 

I figured I'd take the question to the experts: So, which will it be; with or without the tree?

 

Here's with:

 

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Here's without:

 

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I like #2! Also I think that if you want something in the main section you should maybe do very light initials...I think that they palm tree in the middle is too much.

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My first thought was I liked it in the main section, but upon closer inspection, I decided that I like how its on the right side stub, with your little logo on the left stub, like you have it, and NO palm tree in the main section.

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It's too busy with the tree in the main section, in my opinion...
Maybe you could put the "times 00:00" in pink, to add more color to the main section, if that's what you wanted? Just leave the "date & event" in the blue/green color?

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