Invite Cards

November 14, 2008

Introducing the Invite Cards.

I know. I know.
Where is all the info?
What time is sunday school?
What is the fax number?
Does it have child care?

Ok. Those were seriously stupid.

But really.
We went simple.
Our people will give them to a friend after they brag about our church.
So, no need for any info besides what we’ve provided. 

What do you think?
What do you use?

11 responses to Invite Cards

  1. What a great idea! We don’t use this format now, but I’m going to bring it to our next staff mtg! Thanks for sharing…

  2. Have to say those are sweet man! That’s jumping to the top of my to-do list. Might even steal a little of the design.

    Did you use a good online printer?

  3. @mudpuppy

    thanks for the kind comments.
    i use jakprints
    they have been good to us.

    it was $75 for 1000 business cards.
    then i paid $20 extra for the 1/8″ rounded corners to set it off.

    what online printer(s) do you use?

  4. evan,

    i love these cards. simple and clean. the line coming down from the end is a nice touch.

    and the extra $20 for the round corners was worth it.

  5. looks good. clean and simple

  6. love it. I do think you should rework the website though. Go with the colors on the card. nice. clean. bold.

  7. Hey great design it would be great to see it on a billboard in mattoon

  8. I would suggest a few changes.

    1. Change “First” to “The”
    2. Change “Assembly” to “Crossover”
    3. Change 9:30 to 10:00
    4. I’ll send you a jpg for a new map.
    5. Change the website.
    6. Change the phone #.
    7. Change the address.
    8. Change the base color from black to maroon.

    Other than that… honestly, it looks unbelievable. Nice job.

  9. evan, these are great! i LOVE the simplicity. the empty space seriously makes the card. an invite shouldn’t be cluttered. that’s where churches make the mistake. clearly you guys have a great printing company. i’m gonna bookmark them.

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