Traditional Splendid Blend (all lower case lettering for the names):
Modified Splendid Blend (upper & lower case lettering for the names):
I love the look of white ink on dark envelopes!
Here’s my “Fancy Script” writing style on black envelopes:
Here’s my “Fancy Script” writing style on burgundy envelopes:
Here’s my “Mixed Script” writing style on red envelopes:
Here are my “Celebration,” “Petite Contempo,” and “Whimsy Print” writing styles:
Here are some photos of my new home studio in Crossnore, NC, in the mountains. My studio is small, but I have three windows & a beautiful view!
I first created a variation of this writing style for a styled photoshoot for Trendy Bride magazine:
A future bride saw the photo on one of my Pinterest boards and hired me to do this style in traditional black calligraphy ink on her Kraft paper save-the-date envelopes. I named the style “Amber” – after the client
I recently addressed another future bride’s wedding invitations using the “Amber” writing style in pretty gold ink.
My traditional “Calligraphy” writing style:
My “Mixed Script” uses my calligraphy style for the names and my block script style for the address portion:
“Fancy Script” is my most popular writing style. Pretty but not stuffy, and easy to read! Perfect for formal and informal invitations alike…a country club wedding or a backyard BBQ rehearsal dinner. (Affordable too, y’all.)
Here’s my latest writing style. “Garland.” This style can be modified in a zillion ways. Ink color, lettering style, spacing. Perfect for save-the-dates, showers, rehearsal dinners.
Here’s my “Shoreline” writing style – updated with my “Petite Contempo” writing style for the top line. Don’t you love these anchor liners?
My apprentice Hitch (orange kitty) is taking a nap on warm laundry, fresh from the dryer. Here is Blossom, taking advantage of the vacancy on the top of my desk. Blossom is old & grumpy, but she can be sweet when she wants to be. I love her just the same.
Here’s a WONDERFUL 2013 – full of beautiful envelopes & beautiful weddings!
Here’s my “Finespun” writing style, using a traditional hand-dipped calligraphy nib (very fine line).
The “Finespun” style looks GREAT on large envelopes! My apprentice Hitch agrees.