Calligraphy

Calligraphy is a visual art related to lettering and penmanship. Traditionally calligraphy has been used for invitations and addressing. Modern calligraphy ranges in style and also includes digital typography, in addition to hand written calligraphy with pens and brushes. Hand calligraphy is truly a work of art, and is a beautiful addition as a wedding detail. Today, couples are utilizing calligraphy in more ways than just for their invitation envelope addressing. Here are a few great ideas to include calligraphy for your wedding, see the original post on The DC Ladies.

1. Tried and true as the envelope address, and incorporated throughout the invitation set and day-of wedding stationery with place cards, menu cards, programs and more!

Evelyn Alas Photography, Bright Occasions Wedding Planning & StylingPhoto Credit: Evelyn Alas PhotographyBright Occasions Wedding Styling

2.Make a statement with fun bar signs to feature the signature cocktail.

Pablo Sartor Photography, Bright Occasions Wedding Planning & StylingPhoto Credit: Pablo Sartor PhotographyBright Occasions Event Design

3. Sweet petite signage for the tray passed hors d’ouerves, allows guests to easily identify the food options.

Pablo Sartor Photography, Bright Occasions Wedding Planning & StylingPhoto Credit: Pablo Sartor PhotographyBright Occasions Event Design

4. Add in another level of cuteness with signage for the get away car.

Cell Phone Photo, Bright Occasions Real Wedding, Bright Occasions Wedding Planning & StylingPhoto Credit: Cell Phone Photo, Bright Occasions Real Wedding

5. Presented on plates, doubles as the seat assignment and a beautiful favor

Emily Clack Photography, Bright Occasions Wedding Planning & StylingPhoto Credit: Emily Clack PhotographyBright Occasions Wedding Styling

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