In typography, a sans-serif letterform is one that does not have extending features called “serifs” at the end of strokes. Sans-serif fonts tend to have less stroke-width variation than serif fonts. They are often used to convey simplicity, modernity, and minimalism and are highly legible for large amounts of text.
Scala Sans is a humanistic sans serif typeface, with organic-shaped counterforms and evenly weighted strokes. It’s designed to accompany its serif counterpart, Scala.
Font: Scala Sans
Designed for large and small text, Century Gothic has tall geometric lowercase letterforms, which facilitates legibility of body copy. Century Gothic pairs well with any thin-stroked graphic or illustration.
Font: Century Gothic
Mr Eaves is the sans serif companion to Mrs Eaves. It’s bold yet calm and with wispy tails, it has a distinctive flair that’s an uncommon characteristic of most sans serif typefaces.
Font: Mr. Eaves
* Each suite can be customized with your choice of colors, artwork, type, layout, and paper.
Let’s get started! First, take a moment to jot down your favorite design options: I want to know which cards you need, your design preferences, and how many wedding suites you’re aiming to print. If you’re uncertain at this point, that’s okay! I’m here to help and guide you every step of the way. Tell me what you’re thinking, and let’s start the conversation about your dream wedding!