Post # 1
I’m in the process of ordering my Save-The-Date Cards and invitations from an online store. The ones we picked are fun and modern and uses the font Hero Roman (which I cannot find anywhere). See sample:
I want to print the addresses on the envelopes myself but would it be weird to use a script font on the envelope? Or would it be too informal to use Hero Roman on the envelope? If anyone can find a similar font, I’d be grateful.
Any suggestions? Thanks!!
Post # 3
Take a look at what I found here:
It’s not an exact match, but it’s pretty close.
Post # 4
I used Copperplate for most of the invitation and I think it looks really similar to your font.
I did our names in Scriptina, but I thought the two fonts paired really well, so I think using something like that on your envelopes would be lovely. I just had to adjust the spacing between the letters on Scriptina because they tended to be harder to read closer together.
We did do the envelopes in Copperplate, but I think either way would be great.
Post # 5
@lyn: Thanks so much for looking!
@subbywife11: That’s so weird cause I just downloaded Scriptina Pro and was testing it out on an envelope. I think it is a lovely font. Thank you!
Post # 6
maybe you could use a futura for the envelope? I definitely wouldn’t use a script, idk that’s just my opinion.