Post # 1
well, who knew there was so much to the simple invitations that i want. i love them, though. i’m using vintage stamps that i picked out today. i’m using vintage wallpaper, that i have not picked out yet, but i know where to get it from. i’ve learned a lot by asking questions. now i have one for you bees 🙂
does anyone know what kind of font is in any of the following pictures?
i would like to use the style on the envelope, but it would be nearly impossible to read that invite.
^this one is gorgeous. what is this one??
that is all. well, if it isn’t too much to ask, where can i buy this font, or preferably download it for free (hee hee) 🙂
thank you much!!!
Post # 3
does anyone have any clue what would be close?
Post # 4
Hi – one suggestion is to check the website: http://www.dafont.com. Another bee had listed on a different thread stating how they downloaded many font types for their DIY paper projects, so maybe give that a try. I have perused the site a few times and there were so many font types out of the wazoo to choose from so I am sure you’ll find something similar if not the same. Good luck!
Post # 5
The top 2 look like calligraphy so I don’t think there will be a font that matches but I would recommend typing in cute calligraphy fonts or something like that into your browser and I’m sure you will find something!
Post # 6
Oh just today I was trying to decide over fonts!
Perhaps try Chopin Script, Edwardian Script, or Freebooter Script. You can see what they look like in Google images or search for other script fonts.
There are free font sites that offer thousands of different fonts, just be careful while downloading. 🙂
Sorry I can’t find one that looks exactly like the last picture!
Post # 7
- Wedding: June 2010 - Indiana Memorial Union
The bottom one is Burgues. I used it on my envelopes and it looked fantastic.
Post # 8
just going through the fonts i have on my computer, edwardian script and snell roundhand are the closest to that last one. if you want a really rustic script font (not as clean looking as the ones you posted) the king & queen font is a good one and a free download.
here’s some more, and links to them:
chopin script: http://www.dafont.com/chopin-script.font
jellyka delicious cake: http://www.dafont.com/jellyka-delicious-cake.font
old script: http://www.fonts2u.com/old-script.font
freebooter script: http://www.dafont.com/freebooter-script.font
and searching around, i found THIS old wedding bee post with an amazing (but not free) font: http://www.weddingbee.com/2007/06/01/the-ultimate-wedding-font/
ETA: oh, haha, i see someone beat me to a few of those fonts. X3
Post # 9
ooooh thank you guys so much!
Post # 10
the Jellyka one is awesome! We are actually using the “J,” “s,” and only the “A” in some places from Chopin script. We’ve adjust the size to blend. I think it looks great!
Thanks all of you so much! HUG