Revision #2: Liner
  I went with the opal liner, because I think it will compliment the ivory paper the best. The antique gold liner seems like it would be too much; I believe something that bold/explicit will take away from the beauty of the actual invitation. On the Details card, I was able to enlarge the font after getting rid of a few of those unnecessary lines. Let me know what you think. I also put the theater address on 2 lines, and made the other changes to wording. There was an extra space between five and thirty, thanks for catching that!    And yes, If you can let me know the exact invitation count by Saturday, that will be helpful for production. Then I'll send you the additional payment link. I l love the idea of sending you the invitation press as a keepsake! Let me look into shipping cost etc. as it might be an additional shipping fee, because it is a bit heavy. I'll get back to you on that!

I went with the opal liner, because I think it will compliment the ivory paper the best. The antique gold liner seems like it would be too much; I believe something that bold/explicit will take away from the beauty of the actual invitation. On the Details card, I was able to enlarge the font after getting rid of a few of those unnecessary lines. Let me know what you think. I also put the theater address on 2 lines, and made the other changes to wording. There was an extra space between five and thirty, thanks for catching that!

And yes, If you can let me know the exact invitation count by Saturday, that will be helpful for production. Then I'll send you the additional payment link. I l love the idea of sending you the invitation press as a keepsake! Let me look into shipping cost etc. as it might be an additional shipping fee, because it is a bit heavy. I'll get back to you on that!

Revision #1: Combination
  Kristina, I love how these are coming along; they are super unique and elegant. I did enlarge the  RSVP  heading, but I personally think you should stick with  Please Respond,  simply to keep font size uniformity between both enclosure cards. The  RSVP  is large now, but  Details , can't be any bigger because of the amount of succeeding text. Let me know if you want to change it back to  please respond,  or if you'd like to keep it as show. I did rearrange, and edit the details card, by adding  for additional details , above the website. I also added the attire info. Additionally, the font has been changed to a more striking script/calligraphy. I would have loved to go more "wispy," with the letters, but as you mentioned, I don't want it to become overcrowded.     Finally, I would suggest going with the ivory enclosure cards, rather than changing the foil color to maroon. I have had other brides do 2 different color cards, and it still looks very beautiful. As long as everything is still within the same color scheme, it shouldn't be a problem + I like the contrast. With the ribbon and extra maroon rsvp envelope it should all come together once packaged.

Kristina, I love how these are coming along; they are super unique and elegant. I did enlarge the RSVP heading, but I personally think you should stick with Please Respond, simply to keep font size uniformity between both enclosure cards. The RSVP is large now, but Details, can't be any bigger because of the amount of succeeding text. Let me know if you want to change it back to please respond, or if you'd like to keep it as show. I did rearrange, and edit the details card, by adding for additional details, above the website. I also added the attire info. Additionally, the font has been changed to a more striking script/calligraphy. I would have loved to go more "wispy," with the letters, but as you mentioned, I don't want it to become overcrowded.

Finally, I would suggest going with the ivory enclosure cards, rather than changing the foil color to maroon. I have had other brides do 2 different color cards, and it still looks very beautiful. As long as everything is still within the same color scheme, it shouldn't be a problem + I like the contrast. With the ribbon and extra maroon rsvp envelope it should all come together once packaged.

 Let me know what color for the liner :) $0.50 + $0.30 (mounting+assembly)

Let me know what color for the liner :) $0.50 + $0.30 (mounting+assembly)

Inspiration Board
  I love how gold and maroon/marsala compliment each other. Together, the colors really give off a warm/fall sensation and look stunning in close proximity. I wanted to capture this rich/sophisticated mashup within the invitations :)

I love how gold and maroon/marsala compliment each other. Together, the colors really give off a warm/fall sensation and look stunning in close proximity. I wanted to capture this rich/sophisticated mashup within the invitations :)

Shavon MorrisComment
Sweet Marsala: Click to Open
  This design is super elegant yet simple! The antique gold ribbon, and wax seal compliments this suite beautifully and gives this invitation a special touch of uniqueness. I love how extremely delicate, and curvy the primary font is; to me, it embodies the blissfulness of marriage.     Color Story: Deep maroon represents passion, + the gold lettering creates a type of "ardent glow." Ivory on the envelopes: It carries some of the same pureness, softness and cleanliness of white but is slightly richer and a touch warmer.

This design is super elegant yet simple! The antique gold ribbon, and wax seal compliments this suite beautifully and gives this invitation a special touch of uniqueness. I love how extremely delicate, and curvy the primary font is; to me, it embodies the blissfulness of marriage. 

Color Story: Deep maroon represents passion, + the gold lettering creates a type of "ardent glow." Ivory on the envelopes: It carries some of the same pureness, softness and cleanliness of white but is slightly richer and a touch warmer.

Shavon MorrisComment
The Damask Rose: Click to Open
  The antique gold ribbon, and wax seal also compliments this suite perfectly. I really wanted to take the beautiful example photos that you sent, and make them my own. If you look closely at the outer damask design you will notice an abstract budding flower/rose depicted in the detailing; this rose is historically considered the "damask rose." In Latin culture, "sub-rosa," meaning 'under the rose', came from the practice of Romans suspending damask roses above meeting tables to establish trust and confidentiality. The Damask rose  is one of the oldest strains of roses no longer found growing wild; but it still symbolizes unity, and peace.    Sounds like a history lesson, but how befitting for  a wedding!

The antique gold ribbon, and wax seal also compliments this suite perfectly. I really wanted to take the beautiful example photos that you sent, and make them my own. If you look closely at the outer damask design you will notice an abstract budding flower/rose depicted in the detailing; this rose is historically considered the "damask rose." In Latin culture, "sub-rosa," meaning 'under the rose', came from the practice of Romans suspending damask roses above meeting tables to establish trust and confidentiality. The Damask rose  is one of the oldest strains of roses no longer found growing wild; but it still symbolizes unity, and peace.

Sounds like a history lesson, but how befitting for  a wedding!