DomLovesMary font: The Reception


If you’ve been following the story of Dom loves Mary, we are finally at the reception. If not, you can go back and read about Mary, Dom and their wedding.

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The receiving line.

The newlyweds and their Maid of Honor and Best Man greet guests at the reception.  The “receiving line” is an age old wedding custom that is not always a part of today’s events.

Some newlywed couples stand at the back of the church to receive their guests congratulations or go table by table to greet everyone at their reception.  But, often, in the case of a large number of attendees, this would take too much time and delay the reception from starting.

This was the case of Dom and Mary.   Mary’s family was in the Italian Deli business so they knew everyone in town.   Everyone loved this darling couple and were anxiously anticipating their union.  So no one turned down the chance to be at this lovely event. There were 400 guests at their wedding!

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DomLovesMary font, calligraphy font, cursive font, script font, wedding font, hand lettered font, calligraphy font

Here are some pics of the “place to be” on September 6, 1953.

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The Bridal table.

The Bridal table. Lots of Chianti flowed in celebration of  the day:)

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The “cute cake” picture.

I call this the “cute cake picture”.  It reminds me of Dom’s sense of humor and the playfulness they had between them.

In future years, this played a big part in their every day life.

I love the silly story about Dom coming home after work.

Every day when he came home, Mary would hear the door close and say “Is that you Dom?”

And every day, he would reply, “No, it’s Joe.”

It’s was a little joke between the two of them.

Just one of the simple things that made their long lasting love so sweet.

Tomorrow’s post; DomLovesMary font: The Honeymoon.

I hope there are little fun things in your day today:)

Best,

Debi

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The font family features three different versions of the alphabet, a set of “Add Ons” that will include words like “and, to, of, for, at, etc…in addition to 124 flourishes to be added to either the upper or lower case so you can create your own custom look!

It will be released on myfonts.com on my Correspondence Ink foundry page.

I’ll be sponsoring a give away of a wedding item using the DomLovesmary font on Brenda’s blog soon.  Subscribe to my blog to get the details.

In the meantime, my first cursive font, Belluccia is still available at myfonts.com and fontbros.com..

Monday’s post will feature: DomLovesMary font- the Wedding!

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 Belluccia was named one of myfonts Most Popular Fonts for 2011.
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