- 10 years ago
Can anyone give a good alternative to Mrs Eaves?
It was used in our Invitation suite and I’d love to use it on our programs but I can’t justify spending 60+ for it. Same goes for Burgues (though I’m considering using Jane Austen instead for that.)
VERY helpful thread!!!! Thanks so much to everyone for the amazing tips. I’m on dafont.com right now looking at all the fonts and going font crazy, lol I can’t wait to have my invitations ready and printed!!!
i love helvetica neue! there are so many options- utralight, light, regular, semibold and bold. what a great way to add variety to your invites while keeping the consistencey =) if you’re ever looking for free font downloads, i love dafont.com they have ALL sorts of non-copyrighted fonts free to download. I’m thinking about mixing Riddle (a script) with Helvetica Neue!
Anyone know what the serif font is on this invitation suite? I know the script is Bickhem and the Monogram is Ecuyer Dax.
Anyone else have any ideas about my above post?
I’m loving all the information I’m getting from this thread! I am just starting to think about our invites so this will be super helpful!
I am trying to find a script type calligraphy font to print addresses on the envelopes. I looked up Adios Script mentioned in a post 2 years ago and I love it. Where can I find similar fonts (without costing $99) for envelope addressing ?
For many of you struggling to find your font:
It probably doesn’t have all the free ones that you see from dafont.com, but it will definitely help you find something from a publication.
Typography was probably some the Fiance and I argued about more than anything else. I’m a graphic designer (as a hobby) and he’s a very into design. 😉
Hi bees, I’m hoping to get some recommendations for a serif font that goes with Burgues script.
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