ENVELOPE CALLIGRAPHY QUESTIONNAIRE

Nathan & Zachary


 
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STYLE #1

This style is designed to closely resemble the cursive text from your invitations.

THINGS TO NOTICE:

“Cut off” connections and interrupted loops

“and” spelled out — I could also use the ampersand (&) similar to the one on the invitation if that is something you would like to see.

Four lines (with the acceptation of apartment numbers)

Zip code close and centered

 

 
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STYLE #4

This is my most popular style — traditional, but modern lettering

THINGS TO NOTICE:

Most letters fully connected

“and” spelled out — I could also use the ampersand (&) similar to the one on the invitation if that is something you would like to see.

4 lines — zip code close together

 

 

STYLE #3

Traditional, but modern lettering with a few variations

THINGS TO NOTICE:

Most letters fully connected

“and” spelled out — I could also use the ampersand (&) similar to the one on the invitation if that is something you would like to see.

3 lines — zip code at the end of the city/state

 

 

STYLE #4

Modern lettering with a few variations

THINGS TO NOTICE:

Most letters fully connected

Less “loopy” letters (like r’s, and the capital L)

4 lines — zip code is spread apart

 

 
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STYLE #5

Flourished, “fancy” style

THINGS TO NOTICE:

Most letters fully connected

Flourished capital letters and ascenders/descenders (where the letter goes upward or extends downward)

4 lines — zip code is moderately spaced

This traditional style is also available without the flourishes/loops.

 

Which style do you like the most? *
Ex: Style #1 but with 3 lines (zip code on same line as city/state)
Spell out "and" or use "&"? *
Spell out state name or use abbreviation? *