Our more popular calligraphy style. This is the style that was first created when I initially picked up the nib and pen. It’s classic with a bit of edge and a lot of variation.
This calligraphy style was born out of brush lettering. It is most often requested with watercolor suites or more playful invitations. It can be done in both pointed pen and brush lettering.
Jupiter is soft, light, with grand loops and tiny letters.
I like to think of Bella as a combination of Victoria and Samantha. It doesn’t slant far to the right as Samantha but still has a lot of edge to it as it flows easily up as well as down.
Full of flourishes, Charleston tip toes around the classic and bouncy script. The most variation in letters and flourishes possible if you would like your invitations to have different bursts of flair.
A modern classic take. Victoria has small flourishes with a modern twist. It isn’t as classic as Old English but easy on the eyes carrying simply across the lines in which it fills
A classic style that pays tribute to handwriting class. With the look of cursive, it’s easy to read but gives an elegant look. This can be done in brush lettering as well.
Fun and tasteful, it pairs well with a modern invitation giving it an extra umph. Legible but provides a lot of letter variations.
A farmhouse font. Vibrant and bubbly this script is perfect for the rustic wedding.