I am available to service you for your special day, with hand done calligraphy. Calligraphy enhances your invitation, addressed envelopes, place seating cards, to name a few different uses, to make it that much more special for your invited guests. It also sets the tone for your wedding. Calligraphy does grant importance to your invited guests and is much more affordable than what you may think.
Here is what one of my brides had to say:
"There is nothing more exciting than a beautifully addressed envelope amidst a sea of bills in the mail. This was exactly what my friends had expressed when they receive my engagement invitation. When it came time to send out wedding invitations there was really no question who to go to.
Diane's work was more impressive in person than I could even imagine from the beautiful samples online. She was thoughtful in her style selection so that the envelopes matched our invitations and reflected the elegance of significance of our event.
Even my fiance, the skeptic, was blown away by the final product.
I look forward to you contacting me with any of your questions, or to assist you with any guidance you may need.
I am at your service.
Cheers : )
Calligraphy by Diane's Blog
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Calligraphy is the greatest way to grant importance to your invited guests! Applying hand done calligraphy for your invitations and addressed envelopes, sets the tone for your special day!
Guests receiving this amidst a sea of bills, know that this is going to be a very classy wedding.
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