Post # 1
Well, I’m pretty decided now that I’m going to print out the addresses on my invitation envelopes because I really want them to look nice and my handwriting is terrible.
The problem is I have been going through font after font and I just can’t find a suitable one. I thought I would just use a simple script font, but everything I download thinking it looks nice ends up being ridiculous/illegible when I actually try to type something. Has anyone else had this issue? What fonts would you recommend?
Post # 3
Is there such thing as a calligraphy font??
Post # 4
I did the same thing and used a calligraphy font from dafont.com. They have a ton of choices and you can even type in a custom word/phrase to preview.
Post # 5
Just type your address in a block font. It will be easier for the mail man to read.
Post # 6
I used Mardian for the names and a simple block seriff font for the address. It was the same fonts I used on the invitations and the RSVPs everyone agreed it was a legible script font, and it was tiny on our RSVPs
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Post # 8
I used Edwardian Script. Size 40 or so, so that it would be big enough to read.
Post # 9
I used Allura for our save the date envelopes. It’s flowy without being too frilly or difficult to read.
We liked this one too.
Post # 10
Thank you so much everyone! I don’t know what I’d do without the bees!
Post # 11
I just addressed my save the dates with this font…It’s cute without being too stiff or formal, but if it’s for the actual invitations maybe you want something more traditional.