Post # 1
Hey guys I am trying to make up a date announcement like in the photo shown. I would love if someone could help me identify this font or help me to design something similar. I am trying but mine doesn’t look nearly as nice.
Post # 2
That script is called Burgues Script…and they were able to make it extra flourishy by using the glyphs that come with the font.
I’m not sure what that non-script font is, but you can’t go wrong with Garamond, BodoniClassico, or MrsEaves / MrsEavesAllSmallCaps. For a more modern look, you could also try Museo or Unit Slab Offc Thin.
I hope this helps! Good luck!
Post # 3
Miller is one of my all time favorite serif fonts!
Decorative fonts can be tough! They run the risk of being hard to read if they’re too thin and on top of a photo. Be careful! Antero or Style Pro are a bit thicker, and usually read pretty well.
Post # 4
kaylilly27 : Do you know how they make it sparkly and gold?
Post # 5
the gold sparkle is a texture swatch fill
Post # 6
ashleymarieaucoin : The texture swatch fill Lokie85 mentioned is definitely the easiest way.
If you’re working in Adobe Illustrator, you can also outline the text and make it a compound shape. Then find a high res glitter image you want to use and place it behind the text. Then select both the text and the glitter image, right click and create a clipping mask. This will make the file bigger, but you’ll have more freedom with what the glitter looks like.