Hi – I’m a Dallas calligrapher and I took these pictures in the blazing heat! I am finally getting some of my work from last year photographed (only 10 more pounds of paper to take pictures of!). I’m thrilled to share some fun brush calligraphy envelope addressing with you. This centered style looks great on the square envelope. It also takes up more space since the lines must be broken up. But, enough room is left for the postage. I’m thinking some vintage stamps would look amazing on this. Maybe one of those neat corner triangle stamps. What do you think?
I love the texture and dimension with this one. Brush calligraphy has a completely different look and feel to pointed pen calligraphy. It has become a great alternative for a casual style. Some wedding calligraphy just does not require a traditional feel or formal touch and this is a super option. Also – blue and white calligraphy has to be my favorite. And the white on blue with the subtle color variation has me swooning.
Don’t forget – the wedding stationery season is here – be sure to order your calligraphy at the same time you are ordering your invitations and allow for approximately 2 weeks for envelope addressing! Any Dallas calligrapher will fill their schedule quickly!