7 Greeting Cards Featuring Fantastic Typography

August 9, 2012

You know typography plays a major role in how your designs are perceived.  Typography alone can influence perception and motivate action, which is why much attention is given to how typography is presented in marketing materials such as brochures and posters.  But have you ever considered how typography influences moods and feelings for greeting card recipients?  I, for one, believe that great greeting card typography can enhance sentiment, make an invitation seem more fun, and directly influence reaction.  Check out the following seven greeting card designs and see if you agree.

1.  New Year’s Greeting Card by Alisara Tareekes

A sense of nostalgia and excitement, combined in one awesome greeting card design, are conveyed primarily via typography. New Year Card 2012 on the Behance Network - Google Chrome_2012-08-06_13-40-14  

2.  Graduation Invitation by Samantha Madeo

Clean, modern and fun, the typography lends this grad invite a handmade flavor. Graduation Invitation on the Behance Network - Google Chrome_2012-08-06_14-38-11  

3.  Greeting Card by Alex O’Connor

Bold typography for a birthday card geared toward men. DON'T QUOTE ME on the Behance Network - Google Chrome_2012-08-06_14-44-19  

4.  Birthday Card by Matt Higgins

A blend of different type styles accentuates the meaning of specific words on this birthday card. Greetings on the Behance Network - Google Chrome_2012-08-06_14-47-33  

5.  30th Birthday Card by Jedd Luke McNeilage

Typography plays a major role in this birthday card’s vintage appeal. Thirty on the Behance Network - Google Chrome_2012-08-06_14-56-09  

6.  Christmas Card by Fernando Jose Perez

A trick of typography makes a fun and seasonally friendly combination. Christmas Card on the Behance Network - Google Chrome_2012-08-06_14-57-32  

7.  Wedding Invitation Card by Rachel Kallagher

Modern typography lends a touch of playfulness to this unique wedding invitation card. Wedding Invitation Set on the Behance Network - Google Chrome_2012-08-06_15-01-54   Now it’s time for you to weigh in.  How important do you think greeting card typography is?  Let us know in the comments below!  

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About Brian Morris

Brian Morris serves in various capacities as a freelance writer, content developer and public relations specialist for growing small businesses. When he’s not writing, he can be found on the racquetball court - usually getting his tail kicked by guys 20 years older.

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