Post # 1
I love scriptina (as do A LOT of companies, brides right now!) but I am having an issue with using it to address my invitations.
I wanted to use it for the names on our addresses, but because it is so “loopy” the space in between lines is HUGE. So, this doesn’t become an issue until I have an invite that has multiple lines of guests (for example, families with children, we’ve listed their names on a second line). The spacing in between these lines (to allow for the loveliness of scriptina) looks kinda weird.
So, I thought about just having the first line be in Scriptina, and the rest in the normal font we choose..which means those family invites have the childrens names in a normal font….do you think these kids will notice?
What should I do? Find another font?
Post # 3
I would do everything in a serif font.
Post # 4
Hmmm…personally I’d think having two different fonts would look funny. But i’m the type of person who doesn’t like to mix fonts much. I used dafont.com‘s Jane Austen font to address my Save-The-Date Cards and almost everyone thinks I wrote the addresses and names our by hand! 🙂 Its not loopy the way Scriptina is, but its still a very beautiful font!
Good luck! Fonts can be a stresser!
Post # 5
@Rabbit omg I “signed” our save the dates with that and my mom thought I hand signed them, never mind that they’re NOT my handwriting!
Yeah, I suggest ONE font, unfortunately. It would make the second set of names look more cohesive!
Post # 6
what program are you using? just about every program out there is able to decresase the spacing between lines. i love that font as well, so i would suggest using that for names, a serif for the address and just decrease the spacing if the names go onto two lines.
Post # 7
I have the addresses in mail merge in Word 2007.
I might try another font…and see what happens when it’s all the same!