Cursive font Belluccia on Wedding Invitation


Loved finding this wedding invitation created by Simply Luxe that features my cursive font Belluccia.  My favorite part is seeing how she used the specially designed “R” from an “RSVP” I created as a glyph then added the rest of the letters in lower case.  I also like the way the flourishes were used on either side of the word “to” as well as the choice of the “o” with the extended loop.  Minute details to some, but to me it’s all in the details!

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Belluccia cursive font on Wedding invitation

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Belluccia cursive font used for envelope addressing

When hand lettering won’t fit into your budget, my cursive font can also be used to address envelopes on the computer.  Simply Luxe made a great choice to keep the lettering on the envelope simple and clean by using the Standard version.  Belluccia Pro contains all four versions of the font meant for mixing and matching. Contextual, Swashes and Stylistic contain the more flourished versions of the letters.  So they are best intertwined with the Standard version to give a unique custom calligraphic look without being too much.  There is an art to creating that look and Simply Luxe did a great job with it.

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Belluccia cursive font on Wedding Menu

This menu is another example of keeping the look clean yet giving it panache!  Nice job ladies!

DIY Wedding Invitation

And as always my calligraphy font, Belluccia, one of myfonts Most Popular Fonts for 2011, is available at : myfonts.com and fontbros.com.

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. jd
    Oct 09, 2012 @ 05:58:55

    How was the “RSVP” written? Was that also with Bellucia?

    Reply

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