Classic calligraphy envelope addressing
I just love this classic script – Spence – for traditional weddings. It has lovely thick and thin contrast, interesting capitals and variations to make it current and something your grandmother would love and approve of.
It looks wonderful in the tried and true black ink and white envelopes but also updated with blue ink or even white ink on a color envelope.
This is turning out to be popular this season along with the classic copperplate. Thank you fantastic brides for working with me using my favorite classic calligraphy scripts. Timeless events, lovely forever.
Wedding calligraphy invitations
I adore creating wedding calligraphy invitations for such joyous events. This wedding invitation is no exception because I had the privilege of working with the most wonderful family and kindest planner – Stefanie Miles. The soft pink paper paired with white cotton paper, hand torn edges and modern calligraphy really make this suite swoon worthy.
We used a post card RSVP and envelope addressing to complete all the wedding calligraphy invitations components. It was easy to mail for the guests and a bit lighter in weight to keep the postage down on the invitation suite. The envelope addressing is using my Mitty caps style in walnut brown ink. I love the subtle tonal variation it gives.
Vow Renewal Calligraphy Dallas
Vow renewal calligraphy featured.
It is always and honor to be asked to work on a fellow wedding industry professionals event. They know the best of the best and when they choose you – hip hip hooray!
This project was for a wedding husband and wife photographers vow renewal last year. They chose such fun calligraphy for the bright pink envelopes! My Mitty Caps hand in white ink.
Any celebration can use calligraphy. From the envelope addressing to the place cards or escort cards. And wedding calligraphy does not have to be stuffy! These non-wedding celebrations are a chance to really push the limits and have fun. The white on pink is one of my favorite joyful combinations.