Post # 1
I really wanted to get hand calligraphy. However, my invitations were held up and now to save time I was considering doing it myself. I know there are some GORGEOUS fonts out there that look like calligraphy or fancy script. If you have any suggestions please share the name of the font and where to download it! THANKS!!!!!
Post # 3
Iam thinking of using the Wrexham font
Post # 4
I used Nelly Script. It’s so romantic, but not too froofy.
Post # 5
I used Scriptina for the wedding invites and I think I used enchanted prairie dog for the rehearsal invites. I really liked jellyka endless voyage but I was going over in pen and it was way too detailed. All from dafont.com
Post # 6
I used Adorable for everything. It was fancy but clear enough to use for the address labels.
Post # 7
We used Hurricane for one of our fonts…I think St. Marie Thin was the other. Both are free.
Post # 8
I liked scriptina too I used it for the programs and favors
Post # 9
I used Old Script for the name line on our invitations, and then Perpetua Titling MT for the address lines (I wanted a non-script font for the actual address because I was paranoid that the mail machines wouldn’t be able to read the cursive font)
Post # 10
Thanks for all the suggestions… I’m downloading them all to test them out!!!!!