Post # 1
I know a lot of us are DIYing various paper products, so I thought it might be a good idea to share our favorite fonts that are available for download. I used “Throw My Hands Up in the Air” for our Save-The-Date Cards… I liked how it has a handwritten look to it, but still fun!
Post # 3
Any blackletter font. I love me my Black Forest and other blackletter (aka old world) fonts. And scripts. I’ve got so many loaded and so many cds on fonts it’s not funny! LoL! (I admit I’m a font addict!)
Post # 4
I love Feel Script or it’s cheaper cousin Monterey BT.
Post # 5
We just made our invitations, and the two fonts we used a fair amount of were Selfish and Jellyka Western Princess. Also Arabic Typesetting for the main text.
Yeah, my friend the graphic designer is a major font-o-phile. No pre-installed fonts for us, apparently.
Post # 6
Can we see a picture of the font you used? I love font names 🙂
Post # 8
I also love fonts for peas!
Post # 9
I’m a history dork so I loooooove Caslon, the classic English/American typeface of the 18th-c. For our invites/programs I just ordered the “Minuteman Package” from Waldenfonts, which has some great stuff and 3 different Caslon versions. Yay!
Heres one of them:
Post # 10
Here’s the main font we used, I don’t have the others on my computer, but I downloaded this one because I love it. Dafont.com, tons of free fonts.
Post # 12
I’m a big fan of Sudtipos fonts – I used Buffet (with Affair for the ampersand) for the header on our website… I don’t remember any of my fav sans-serif fonts atm though x_o
(sorry, i don’t know why it shrunk it so terribly – here’s a link to the image)
Post # 14
@soonerpsych: Oooh, that one’s retro and cool!
Post # 15
I used Monterey(script)! The other fonts are Chocolate Box (decorative headers) and Della Robbia(serif body)
Post # 16