My Calligraphy Styles
Here are my current calligraphy styles I offer. My copperplate and flourished copperplate are my most popular with brides. My other styles are named for the Nashville neighborhoods I feel like they resemble. I love to mix and match any of these scripts to create the perfect first impression for your event. I can also try my best to match any script used within an invitation, who knows it might end up here one day!
A favorite for brides and events alike. My traditional copperplate is perfect for a classic and timeless event.
A little less flourished than traditional copperplate, its plain counterpart has a more clean lines and a simplistic look.
My favorite style to write, my flourished copperplate takes it a little further with detailed flourishes often interlacing with other letters for a lux finish.
Belle Meade is my take on the popular "Burgess" font. It's on the more upscale side of scripts, and great for weddings, showers, and parties alike.
Like its namesake, Green Hills is a little fun, fancy, but still casual enough for all occasions. It's my take on the the "Mozart" script.
Gulch is a casual, flirtatious script that dances across the envelope. Similar to the "Cantoni" font, it's perfect for all parties.
In one word, Germantown is cool. A little on the more masculine side of scripts, it's great for custom menus, invitations, and of course looks great on envelopes.
Like its neighborhood, East Nashville is a little different, but in the best way possible!
A classic block script that mixes and matches perfectly with just about any of the others. Perfect for parties, Christmas cards, or for a modern taken on any occasion.
Franklin is a mashup of relaxed and elaborate. Great for more formal events, or casual alike.
Easy breezy, Sylvan Park is a lively and playful all lower case script. Perfect for all occasions and also mixes well with the other scripts.
Twelfth South is a sleek and modern script. Contemporary in style, it works well for all events formal and casual.