I have been working hard this Monday morning to submit my final wedding invitation designs to Minted. Here are the results! I am so excited about these designs… please check them out and rate them here. Your rating will help my designs be chosen to be printed and sold at http://www.minted.com.
Geometric prints are hot right now! They are so whimsical, bold, fresh, and modern. Different color combinations can really change the look and feel of the geometric print. Check out this triangle geometric wedding invitation I designed and an inspiration board that helped me make it.
Cake: Martha Stewart Weddings
Geometric Garland: Loveology: http://mila-loveology.blogspot.com/2010/12/robot-philosopher.html
Mint tin: http://www.weddingpaperdivas.com
Linen napkins: http://www.burkedecor.com
Candle sticks: http://www.etsy.com/shop/UrbanAnalog
Table setting: http://www.realsimple.com
Gold necklace: http://www.etsy.com/shop/roundabout
Wedding invitation: http://www.minted.com/design-rating/39058
I submitted my final designs for the Minted Gift Card Challenge. I think they are better than my last post. Check out the final designs here: http://www.minted.com/designer/sofiainvitations
The next challenge I will be participating in is for wedding invitations! Right up my alley!
I am taking on the next Minted Challenge: to create holiday gift tags. They have 2 size requirements, square and rectangular. The gift tags can be with or without an uploaded picture option, and they are double sided. Here are my sketches so far. I see many changes that will be made to these. Thoughts, anyone?
Please go to Minted to see more of my final submissions for the Children’s Stationary Challenge. You can critique my designs, and after September 5th you can vote on them! Here is the link: http://www.minted.com/designer/sofiainvitations
I am working on a few designs for the latest competition at Minted: Children’s Stationary. You can read about the competition (and later see my submissions) here: http://www.minted.com/contest. The designs can be for all ages, baby to 14….and for boys or girls. I am working on getting the best color scheme for the below design before I size it correctly and get the best composition. What do you think? Which color scheme is best?