Does a Wedding Card need to be traditional?

I don't often have an opportunity to make wedding cards, so when my girlfriend asked me to create two wedding cards for upcoming weddings, I couldn't be more thrilled. I made a traditional wedding card using wedding bells, silver and bows. But I also wanted to try something a little less traditional. If you haven't noticed, I like vintage. I love Tim Holt's style of stamps and projects and practice his techniques whenever possible. I wanted to share with you my traditional wedding card and then my not so traditional wedding card. I had fun making both of these cards, but am curious, which one do you prefer?
Traditional

Non Traditinal
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  1. My nieces ran the gamut of both traditional, non traditional, stamped by hand, ordered by a traditional company and printed on a printer.

    They were all awesome.

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  2. Both are fabulous! Thanks for joining at CCCC: Anything Goes
    Hugs
    Dewi

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  3. Beautiful cards. I think I'm more of a traditional wedding card maker. I like the white on white look with silvery butterflies - that type of thing. :)

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  4. I like them both. I like making more traditional ones, but then again, it depends on the couple I am making it for. But these are lovely!!

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  5. Beautiful card you made! Good job!
    Thank you for playing with us at "Izazovi i Slatkiši"!
    Hugs, Andreja

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  6. I like your "untraditional" wedding cards. Great job.

    Thanks for playing with us @ Izazovi i sladkiši.

    Hugs, Keti (DT)

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  7. Thanks for joining in with our challenge at Stamping Dragon Designs Sue xxxx good luck!

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  8. Such a beautiful card. Thank you for joining us over on Stamping Dragon.
    Marleen DTL xxx

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  9. Beautiful, thank you for joining us at Stamping With Dragon!

    Elaine (DT) xx

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