Wedding invitaiton in Spanish and English


Belluccia font, script font, cursive font, hand lettered font, calligraphy font, wedding font, fancy fon

Jami Dixon of Imaj Design created this custom dual language invitation for her client with Spanish and English-speaking guests.

She incorporated my Belluccia cursive font with a strong serif font and unique talavera patterns and Mayan symbols as a nod to the ceremony style.

The use of a fantastic Mexican pattern for the liner and a beautiful wrap as a finishing touch made this invitation “muy bonita”!
Belluccia font, script font, cursive font, hand lettered font, calligraphy font, wedding font, fancy fon

When the guest removed the adorable wrap, they found an invitation entirely in Spanish printed on Vellum.

Belluccia font, script font, cursive font, hand lettered font, calligraphy font, wedding font, fancy fon

Belluccia font, script font, cursive font, hand lettered font, calligraphy font, wedding font, fancy fonThe response and travel cards were also double sided for the convenience of all guests.

This is an example of great function and design joined together to make a lovely invitation suite – in any language.

Nicely done Jami!

tree print, Belluccia calligraphy font, wedding font, cursive font, fancy font, script font, hand lettered font

 
And as always my calligraphy font, Belluccia, one of myfonts Most Popular Fonts for 2011
( She stayed on the Best Seller’s list for 14 months! )
is available at : myfonts.com and fontbros.com.
 DomLovesmary calligraphy font, wedding font, cursive font, fancy font, hand lettered font. script font, wedding font
My next font, DomLovesMary, will be released in October.
The graphic shows off some of the cool flourishes that will be available. 
The cake topper is drawn from the original one used by Dominic and Mary Sementelli on their wedding day September. 6- 1953. 
(They were my in-laws who the font was created to honor.)
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