Post # 1
I’ve been working on my wedding invitations and programs, and have just finished making a sample for my wedding invitations. Everybody loves the design, but not the font. I have been playing with fonts all day and I can’t make up my mind.
Which font did you use or would you use?
And did you use the same font for everything? (Programs, wedding invitations, etc)
Post # 3
I used Phaeton, Rosewood and Neutra Text. Not really “classic” wedding fonts, I guess. I used the same three fonts for everything.
Post # 4
Scriptina for our names and helvetica for the body
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Post # 6
I used Della Robbia, Monterey and Chocolate box.
Post # 7
Annabel Antique Script and Perpetua (standard on Word). I kept it simple 🙂
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Post # 9
I can’t remember the fonts I used, but I used two different fonts for the invites (including the inserts). And tried to keep similar fonts on the STD’s.
Basic rule of thumb for graphic art is less is better. Typically no more than two or three max (at least, that’s what my instructors said…).
That doesn’t mean you can’t bold, italics, etc. the two or three fonts you want to use, though. 🙂
Post # 11
we went nuts – i used “ringling” “circus” and “big top” for some of our printing……..
Post # 12
Are you looking for serif, sans serif or script? Here’s what we used…
Save the Dates- Mrs. Eaves Roman
Programs- Copperplate Gothic
Not sure what font my actual invitations were because I bought them on Etsy- http://www.etsy.com/shop/baumbirdy?page=1
Post # 13
All from dafont.com:
for our names and titles on programs,
for things with lots of text (most of our programs, welcome letter, etc.), and
for the place cards and some of the fancier signage. The name makes me giggle, but I actually love the font.
We used a different basic text font for the body of the invitation, but I don’t remember what it was.
Post # 14
we used edwardian script and garamond (but in all caps) on our invitations.