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Water Bottle Labels - Opinions please! (pics!)

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i like the second one, the sun is a nice touch! what about putting the sun in a different color? like a blue or something, so it doesn't stand out? just a thought

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I like the second one better. The splash of a complementary colour works well. I also agree with choosing a different font, because it is a little difficult to read.

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i like the 2nd one, but add the location, and even tho its a beautiful font the date is a little hard to read, the 3 looks like an 8 sad.gif

 

great job tho!

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I like #2 and I was going to say that I wouldn't change anything, cuz I like the way the font looks on the date. Until I saw that Abbie wrote the 3 looks like an 8. Cuz it really does, I thought that was your date. I really like the font, but it doesn't really work for the 3. Perhaps if you made the date bigger? Damn, I really wanted you to keep that font.

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yay! so much help! yah, the font is hard to read, but i think i was set on it at first because it was the font used on our wedding invites (and i found it online for FREE!!!!) so i wanted to be consistent. haha not like the guest will know!

 

i'm taking all the suggestions into consideration and reworking! i'll post the new and improved (fingers crossed) when i get it going!

 

y'all are such a big help! i love BDW!! :)

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Originally Posted by Jenkatherine View Post
I agree about the 2nd one with the font change. Are you just going to stick the label over top of the regular water label?
i'm not sure exactly..my first attempt will be to peel the old label off and put the DIY label on...but if that doesn't work i may just put the new over the old?? any suggestions?

the DIY labels are pretty thick because we got the glossy waterproof ones

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well, months later, and i think i came up with something i really like! my mom and i collaborated and came up with this! this is a screen shot of the work in photoshop, so the quality is not great. the top label is for the OOT box (a cardboard navy gable box) and the bottom label is for the water bottles (2 in each guest's room)....let me know what you think!

 

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