Post # 1
just what the picture says,
I am having a hard time in finding an awseome font to use my envelope to do the addresses, because well I cant afford to hire a calligrapher and my handwriting is shocking.
The one pictured is freebooter script and can be found at http://www.dafont.com
anyone got any font favourite? or a link to it?Very open to ideas here!
and my apologies for the poor grammar on my test envelope *shrugs* 😀 Thanks!
Post # 3
i LOVE the one you have up there!!!!
Post # 4
I LOVE FONTS! Here are a few of my favs, if you like them, pm me and I will tell you their names.
Post # 5
I love the one you posted! This one is Chopin Script from Dafont.com. I fauxligraphied (yes. new word 🙂 ) These myself.
Post # 6
I used a free font called BlackJack. Loved it. Our invites were on the casual side.
Post # 7
wow thanks for posting these girls. Some of them are really fantastic! I love your envelope kelly!
E: I sent you a PM
Post # 8
I really like the one you’ve chosen. I’m really nervous about doing my envelopes. We’re doing them this weekend and its a new printer (why would mine feel the need to crap out right when we have a bunch of printing projects to do?!). I hate the fonts on word but I found a bunch on 1001freefonts.com and urbanfonts.com.
Post # 9
I love aphrodite pro
I just googled aphrodite pro font free download and got a bunch of links for it
Post # 10
oo the aphrodite pro is awseome..
Jennifer I would do heaps of test runs on plain paper, to ge the font just right with a new printer.. I struggled. I bought an extra 25 envelopes to allow for my stuff ups. and an extra ten for getting the alignments right.
Post # 11
Fonts for Peas has a whole bunch that are modelled after peoples own handwriting if you wanted one that looks more ‘handwritten’? i love the site, and it’s all free.
Post # 12
ehendrik, what is the one on the very bottom left? I love it!
Post # 13
@WindyCityBride: That one looks like Bickham script pro I think!
Post # 14
Here is the script my invite person is using