Post # 1
I need a fancy font to use for my envelopes…we’re running short on time and if I have to run them through a printer (I know I’m not supposed to) does anyone have a good webite for a fancy font?
My invitations are very formal and were handwritten by a calligrapher.
Post # 3
I think it is completely OK to print your envelopes. (I am printing all my own invites, so of course I say that). I found fonts by googling “wedding fonts”. Here are few from free-fonts.com (Note, sometimes i had trouble with the website, but if the page doesn’t load, just try again.)
Also, try searching for “script” fonts
I am using a font from here called Exmouth.
Post # 5
I’m running ours through our printer as well – who cares what "tradition states" as far as that goes. I’m making our invites and I’m not paying for something else (calligraphy) when running them through our printer at home makes it look just as awesome. And if anyone turns up their noses at that – or even notices, I’ll be shocked!
Anyway, sorry for the rant. 🙂 I’m just getting very touchy about everything that "tradition" dictates but makes my life harder as our day gets closer.
We used Scriptina. But that was too swirly for the envelopes and I wanted to make it as easy as possible on the post office, so we’re just going with Papryus