Script
Font

Although script is influenced by the fluid strokes of handwriting, script varies from calligraphy and brush lettering in that script letters are connected to one another. Script is also considered a more formal typographic style than brush lettering.

Formal

This flowing, formal script typeface is based on the lettering of 18th century writing masters. Bickham is a luxurious script that lends an intimate signature flourish to invitations, menus, and cards.

Font: Bickham Script

Ornate

This fanciful script was drawn by a flexible steel-point pen. This writing instrument can be pulled as well as pushed, which means that varying the pressure, rather than the angle of the nib, produces thick and thin strokes.

Font: Edwardian Script

Informal

This informal script typeface has a playful shifting baseline, large sweeping counterforms, and an extreme contrast of thick and thin strokes.

Font: Heart Love

* Each suite can be customized with your choice of colors, artwork, type, layout, and paper.

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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!