It has been said that no two letters that a calligrapher draws will ever be identical. Which means that each individual wedding invitation is as unique as the wedding itself. Do yourself a favor this wedding season and hire yourself a calligrapher. You will be glad you did, and so will your guests!
Calligraphy makes words and names look magical. Written in calligraphy, words appear to waltz across a page. If you are interested in the look of words, their texture, shape, and design then calligraphy is going to be right up your alley. Adding calligraphy to your wedding invitations, is adding a bit of art to your special day. Your wedding invitations are your guest’s first impression of your wedding day. Why not choose calligraphy and make a really great first impression?
Addressing each wedding invitation in calligraphy is very time consuming for the calligrapher. Calligraphy is very much a labor of love. Receiving special handwritten wedding invitations adds a bit more of a personal touch, which I believe to be very important. The more personal touches, the better the wedding in my opinion. Choosing handwritten over machine-printed is a pretty obvious choice to me, but if you need more convincing I’ll be glad to help you.
Calligraphy is classy, simple as that. By having calligraphy on your wedding invitations, you are letting everyone invited to your wedding know that this is a formal affair. You are making it a point that you are taking your wedding seriously, and not skimping on anything, including your guest’s invitations.
Along with your wedding invitations, you can have your calligrapher write your place cards, menus etc. Your guests are sure to feel honored by the gorgeous presentation that calligraphy makes. It can completely enhance the elegance of your special occasion.
Lessens your stress load
Hiring a calligrapher gets one major thing off your wedding to do list. And as far as I can see, checking things off the to do list is very crucial. So get your guest list finalized, and make sure you have the correct spelling of all the guest’s names. There’s nothing worse than slaughtering someone’s name on an expensive envelope. Then find yourself a calligrapher whose work you like, and kick back and relax for a minute.
Who doesn’t like to admire old craftwork at its best? Calligraphy is priced differently, depending on who you hire. Some calligraphers charge by the line, while others price by the invitation. It’s not necessarily the cheapest wedding invitation option, but it is well worth the money spent. This is definitely one invitation you will want to hold on to as a keepsake.