Post # 3
@KRasco928: is that from an etsy shop?
Post # 4
@Britt214: Yes! I’m going to do my own invites but can’t seem to find any script font I like… I like this one just can’t find the name of the font.
Post # 5
@KRasco928: if it is the same shop I am thinking of she actually handwrites them using her own handwriting then turns that into a font somehow. I was looking to do the same thing until I found that out :/
Post # 6
@Britt214: Blasted! Just my luck! I’ll keep searching, thanks for the info!
Post # 7
@KRasco928: if i find any similar fonts I will send them your way!
Post # 8
- Wedding: April 2014 - Italian Villa
you can download fonts from the internet, and there are specialized/fancy fonts like that. do some googling and you might be able to find something close-ish!
Post # 9
@KRasco928: I would message her and ask. If she does indeed turn her own handwriting into font, you could possibly ask to purchase the font file 🙂
Post # 10
I dont think she actually creats a font, but more so she turns her handwriting she does custom for the invitations into vector files (illustrator eps images for happy printing)
Your best bet is to take a look on the website youworkforthem.com
They vave gorgeous handwritten and script fonts!
Post # 11
just one of many font-websites: http://www.fontspace.com
free font downloads 🙂 I’ve grabbed a bunch of fonts and also some webdings from there… really useful.