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Friday, February 27

Affordable "Wedding Calligraphy" Tips

Calligraphy is the art of beautiful writing.
You can add this beauty in many different ways, from simple to elaborate. Some may think of calligraphy as a major expense but it all depends on what you want and how you want it. A lot of calligraphy is achieved by dipping the pen in the ink creating beautiful lettering that is not your everyday writing style and is time consuming. You may also achieve class, style and elegance, by having a calligrapher add the "special touches" to various aspects of your Wedding by using gel pens, pencils, or just a regular ink pen.

There are many different ways to get the look and style that you want for your wedding. Letters can be drawn or colored to achieve the look and style you want, the beauty you deserve, and fit your budget. When you have a calligrapher sit down to address your invitations for example, you should know consistency is important, no 2 envelopes will be EXACTLY the same. This is why each one is a unique piece of art that will be sure to impress. If you are looking for every thing to be EXACTLY the same, handwritten calligraphy is probably not for you.written with "Black Gel Pen"

Whether you choose "pen in ink" calligraphy or an alternative way, you will have class and beauty to set the tone for your Wedding Day. Your guests will be impressed that you took the time to make everything personal. Some think that these things are small and unimportant, but just like you keeping a "scrapbook" of your wedding day that may have your invitation, a certificate, poem, verse, napkin, or other keepsakes. A lot of your guests will be flattered and honored that they have just received a beautifully hand addressed invitation that stood out from the rest of their "everyday" mail and will keep these unique treasures making your Wedding memorable. You may want to add handwritten calligraphy to other aspects of your wedding ceremony and reception, some things may seem "small" but in reality they are actually making a "BIG" statement. Not only setting a tone but showing off your personality.

*Tight budget?: Pick which areas you want calligraphy; You do not have to go ALL the way. Always try to be realistic.

If you are a B2B and your on a tight budget make it a point to learn about calligraphy options for your Wedding and/or Reception. These choices are all about you, the calligraphy style you are looking for, your personality, pricing, and a calligrapher that you feel comfortable with. Calligraphers have their own style of writing and you should talk to calligraphers' and find out who is right for you to work with. Try to have a realistic idea of what you want.
**Don't rule out calligraphy or simple hand addressing because you think you may not be able to afford it. It is available, calligraphers are talented and can help you achieve your dream, from pens to pencils.

Greenbrier Wedding (thanks Tara :-)

Calligraphy is the art of beautiful writing. When considering calligraphy make sure you feel comfortable in communicating with your calligrapher and that you are clear on everything. If you are not clear, don't be bashful. Ask the questions. Calligraphers' are human and you want to be able to maintain open communication and feel comfortable in the process. When you are comfortable with having a calligrapher taking care of your calligraphy needs you will be less stressed than if you were doing it alone. Maintaining beautiful penmanship is time consuming. If your planning on calligraphy do not wait until the last minute to have your material. YOU can help your calligrapher to be able to help you in making your Wedding Dreams come true. Most calligraphers' want to help you make your wedding stand out.

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