Post # 1
i’m helping my sister design her wedding invitations and we’re currently on the hunt for a perfect font to use 🙂 she’s having a destination wedding on the beach and we’re looking for an elegant yet modern and simple font.
what font(s) did you use for your wedding stationery?
Post # 3
I do a ton of boarding pass style invitations for my clients who are having destination weddings and I use dafont.com to find some great ones! Passion Conflict is great, also Mahogany Script. They have dings on there too which is a font that has graphics instead of letters! Hope that helps you a little!
Post # 4
Dafont.com has tons of free fonts for downloading. You can choose to view fonts by category, such as "script" or "handwritten" and preview a snippet of the text you want to use to see how it will show up–great for seeing how the names will look.
We used a combo of Albermale Swash and Parma Petit, but that’s not really great for a beach wedding, IMO (I’m a fontaholic… )
I personally LOVE Honey Script for wedding invites. Have fun in Dafont. I always do!!
Post # 5
I love the P22 fonts. We used the P22 Cezanne on our invitations. However, I am partial to the P22 Corinthia, P22 Dearest Swash and P22 Dearest Script. Those fonts aren’t very modern but quite elegant. At any rate, if anyone was interested in a sample just send me a message. Otherwise, I agree with Jessica and avdillard, Dafont is a great resource.
Post # 6
I used Vivaldi font on everything (invitations, programs, mintbooks, etc.) I also used it on the dvd sets we made of the wedding pics and wedding music.
Post # 7
I used Brioso (Adobe Font) and Burgues Script (Veer). It was a huge hunt. It felt so great when I found the right ones. I kinda regret Burgues Script, bc its so fancy looking, but it looked great on the invitations.