"Hi Edward,
Just a quick note to say that we received our
place name cards today and wanted to let you know how delighted we are with them, your calligraphy skills are simply fantastic. We will definitely be using your services again"
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Why choose a Calligrapher?

Your wedding invitations will be the first glimpse of your wedding day so it is very important that they standout. A calligrapher can add a real wow factor to your wedding stationery that will make your guests feel really special.

How to choose a Calligrapher?

Choosing a calligrapher can seem like a daunting task, so there are a couple of things to keep in mind when sourcing a calligrapher. Firstly does the calligrapher offer samples? Any reputable calligrapher will be only too delighted to send you a couple of items with their calligraphic style for you to see first hand. Will the style of the calligraphy suit your wedding stationery? There are many different styles of calligraphy but as a general rule they will be either broad edge ( Italic style ) or pointed pen ( Copperplate & Spencerian script ), the latter being the more traditional wedding style. A good calligrapher will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Why choose Curran Calligraphy?

At Curran Calligraphy our friendly professional calligrapher will be happy to send out samples of our calligraphy for you to see first hand just how impressive professional calligraphy can be. Our calligrapher will be only too happy to answer any questions you may have, so please don’t hesitate to contact us.

A final note about paper

Most types of paper and card are suitable for calligraphy, but there is a small percentage ( about 5% ) which are not. These are usually handmade or coated papers, if you have any concerns you can ask the card suppler about compatibility or contact your calligrapher who will be only too happy to help.