(Closed) Fancy Marriage Certificate For Display

posted 10 years ago in Paper
Post # 4
35 posts

I like the website that jordanje posted too, I almost went with them but I ended up going with someone on etsy.  I went through alchemy and found someone that way but you could also look through the work of people who do calligraphy and send them a message asking what they would charge for what you are looking for.  (A major plus for me, as silly as it seems, is that she sent the same pen she used so the ink will match!)

Good Luck! 

Post # 5
100 posts
Blushing bee

We just ordered one from Sally Sanders. http://www.sallysanders.com/. We are doing a Quaker style certificate where everyone at the wedding is a witness and signs it. You can also have her make a more traditional one as well. She has been great to work with so far.

Post # 6
2030 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

I bet you could get a really lovely one from Laura Hooper calligraphy. She’s very nice and her work is stunning. http://www.lhcalligraphy.com/

Post # 7
2 posts

The Quaker Marriage Certificate really is a wonderful way to remember each day all those who are supporting you in your life together!  Many couples are now following this tradition though they are not Quakers.  Each guest signs the document, as well as family and the bride and groom.  It is important that all the materials used are archival, from the sumi or paint used for the lettering, to the colors of the illustration, to the paper it is written on. The signatures, too, need to be done in permanent, archival ink.  I have been creating these certificates with couples all over the globe for over 25 years, and love every minute of it.   Contact me if you have further questions.

Post # 8
100 posts
Blushing bee

So funny! Sally is doing mine!

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