We’re a big fan of all things pretty here at Equally Wed and one of our favorites is calligraphy. The art of handwriting isn’t dead in this digital world, and the art of calligraphy is most prominent in the wedding world. Make guests feel special with a hand addressed invitation envelope or decorate the big day custom designed decorations.
Let guests know where to the bar is, what time the ceremony starts and ask them to sign the guest book with custom signage.
What’s for dinner? This common guest question can be easily answered with a menu. Created on a large board for all to see, displayed on each table or incorporated into each place setting a custom menu shows guests what will be served.
Number your tables with handwritten numbers or watercolor paintings to match the theme of your wedding.
The most common use of calligraphy is the invitation. Decorate your entire wedding suite from the save the date all the way to the thank you cards with custom calligraphy.
Let guests know what table they’re at with a custom place card. Use any medium from oyster shells to cards to leaves and more to write guests’ names and table number.
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