An Easy Way to Put a Personal Touch on Your Wedding Invitations

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Try one of the latest in calligraphic typefaces to give your invites that hand-lettered look.

Sweet Invitation Co. (top image)
“Maya & William,” from $519 for a suite of 100, at sweetinvitationco.etsy.com.

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Venamour
Custom invitation, from $2,800 for a suite of 100, at venamour.com.

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Pineapple Street Designs
“Floral Sketch” in teal, from $1,500 for a suite of 100, at pineapplestreetdesigns.com.

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Greenwich Letterpress
“Nolita,” from $1,149 for a suite of 100, at greenwichletterpress.com.

Photo: Bobby Doherty/New York Magazine

Sweet Invitation Co.
“Kati Gold Laurel Monogram,” from $519 for a suite of 100, at sweetinvitationco.etsy.com.

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Katie Fischer Design
“Samantha & Daniel,” price upon request, at katiefischerdesign.com.

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Greenwich Letterpress
“Frankie,” from $1,149 for a suite of 100, at greenwichletterpress.com.

*This article appears in the summer 2018 issue of New York Weddings.

An Easy Way to Put a Personal Touch on Your Wedding Invites