I realize that some people view "come-and-go" showers as tacky and unrefined (hmm... seems like I've heard that phrase before), but that's not the question I'm asking today.
My question is:
Does this invite get the point across that it's a come-and-go shower? If you read it without the preface I gave, would you "get it"? (The black bars cover personal info; those will NOT be on the actual invite.)
The shower theme is clouds and raindrops (if you follow me on Pinterest then you've probably seen quite a bit of my inspiration).
Also, you may be thinking, daaaang, Tristin is way on top of things because it's October and she's planning a January shower. Well, folks, I am SO not on top of things. It's merely out of self-preservation that I'm already working on this shower. You see, right after Christmas I'm helping with a New Year's wedding in Tampa, and then hosting this shower the following weekend. It's all stuff I love, so I'm super-happy to do it, but because of the busy-ness of the season, I know I have to be ready early so I don't have a mental breakdown later.
So, does the invitation get the point across?
And do you like the theme and style of the invitation?
And just for grins, what are your thoughts on come-and-go showers (if you hate 'em, you're welcome to say it but please do so nicely!)?
P.S. I designed this invitation using the free features offered by Picnik.