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Okay, I give! I will never make it as a greeting card designer.


The parents want to send announcements to people that don't live in the area and won't be able to make the AHR. Other than "we don't want our names on it" they won't give me any help with what they want the announcements to say. So, I came up with the image below (the black corners will be white), but it puts me to sleep.


Anyone have any ideas how to make this tolerable?


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I think we'll put our website address on it at the bottom, as well.

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I don't think they suck at all! I agree, that maybe a pic of you two will make it more personal.


Our announcements are going to say:


He slipped the ring on her finger

A promise made for life…

Join us as we share their joy

Now that they are man and wife.

Desiree XXXX and Christopher XXXX

Exchanged Wedding Vows on

January 17, 2009 in Cancun, Mexico

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Do they want them to be formal?

Also do you need to get them printed before you actually get married?


I don't like "the happy news"

I think "we are proud to annouce..." then have the little poem about the waves is nice.

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I'm doing my announcements after the wedding. I'm making vista print postcards because they are 10 cents each & 1/2 price stamps. I plan on putting a picture from the wedding on the front and some writing on the back. I'll have to save your pretty poem :)

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