Post # 1
My oh my.. I found this font and I want it! lol. Its called Piel Script and I typed up mine and my FI’s name on the sample box of their website. It looks like this:
But it can do this!
Only thing is that its $89.. You think its worth it?
Also, I am capable of making my own font as well, i haven’t tried it yet, but i have the software and I am an illustrator/ designer so I could do it. Should I just put time into doing that instead and making it as close to the Piel Script? I’ve never used the software before so it’s gonna take some experimentation. Anyone here ever made a script font before?
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Post # 5
Try to create a similar one yourself or find similar one your can use for free. I think $89 is way too much for a font.
Post # 6
HECK NO I don’t think it’s worth $89, unless you’re a printer/graphic designer. It’s actually kinda hard for me to read, too.
Honestly people will just be throwing the invites away. Save money where you can and make sure the older folks can read it 🙂
Post # 7
I would not pay $89 for a FONT! That’s crazy. You can get hundreds of FREE fonts online. And trust me, although it might not be identical to the T of this font, I bet you find one that looks just like it for free!!
I have over 400 fonts downloaded on my PC that I have been playing with for my DIY invitations/labels/extra projects.
And on a side note… this font is a little hard to read.
Post # 8
@PoeticDoveInLA: This font is really beautiful when used in small doses. It couldn’t be the body of the whole invitation, but maybe just their names?
Post # 9
LOVE this font. It is a bit much if used all over but for names or certain things it would be great. I’ve been trying to figure out the font used on my address stamp and this is SO close!
Post # 10
It’s pretty but I think it’s hard to read. I don’t think most people would notice if you chose something similar that was free, so if I were you, I would probably save the $89.
Post # 11
I can not even read that. Avoid!
Post # 12
Yeah I won’t be using it for the actual body of the invitation, but in bits like only our name or try to create a monogram out of it, or use it on other things. But thanks for all the advice!
Post # 13
- Wedding: June 2012 - Pippin Hill Farm & Vineyards
I feel the same way about Carolyna Pro Black. I don’t even know how to use Photoshop and other design programs, so it’s probably pointless for me to buy it…but even if I could use them, $89 is a lot for something I’d just use to make some signs.
It’s SO pretty, though!!! WANT!!!
Post # 14
That is way too expensive! There are so many free fonts, I know you can find something similar if not identical. A popular one is http://www.dafont.com.
Post # 15
I dont think its worth the price. have you checked dafont for a free version?