Check out this blog post for helpful tips and timelines for using calligraphy in your wedding! 



With a new ring on your finger, the planning has begun! Save the Dates are a great way to get your guests excited about your upcoming wedding without having to be super formal. With full-detailed invitations to follow, have fun with the Save the Dates and send them out as early as you can to get your special date on loved ones' calendars!

Your formal invitations will be the first glimpse into the style and colors of your big day. Whether you go simple with just the invitation, or full coverage with added timelines, RSVPs, maps, and accommodation details get custom invitations designed specifically for your needs. I'll take care of the etiquette, formatting and printing, you just dream! 

Envelope Calligraphy

ENVELOPE Calligraphy

Now that your invitations are designed and printed, time to send them out! Handwritten addresses add a personal touch that printed addresses lack. With full and partial calligraphy as well as just neat, clean non-calligraphy lettering pricing options for outer envelopes, inner envelopes and RSVP cards find what works for you and your budget. 

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These types of signs — including welcome signs, menu boards, gift and card signs, and so on — come along much farther down the timeline, so it is not essential to nail these down early in the timeline.  However, for any couples who already have a general idea of what they want, it’s always recommended to let the calligrapher know as early as possible.

Photo Credits: Rachael McIntosh Photography, Taylor Heery Photography & Kathy Beaver Photography