An intimate New York City Wedding on Style Me Pretty

Happy 2013 to everyone!

I was thrilled to see my client’s wedding featured recently on Style me pretty’s blog.


My part in this lovely event was addressing the envelopes and hand lettering the place cards in my Belluccia script.

Just a small part.  But such a pleasure to contribute in any way to this cozy, intimate New York City wedding.


I love the New York themed programs!


What fun to have guests holding large white balloons walking through the streets of New York!


“Joy, Hope and Happiness..a perfect wedding banner theme.


Turquoise blue glass vases with simple flowers added a sweet touch to the tables.


A decadent five course meal on the rooftop of the Gramercy Park Hotel provided a unique and memorable dinner party that reflected their love for food and wine with 50 of their closest family and friends.


What a great rooftop view!


Homemade Honey Liqueur in beautiful bottles served as favors.


So many wonderful details made this wedding everything they wanted it to be.

These beautiful  photographs are by 4Eyes Photography.

Check out more of this lovely wedding here.

Congrats again Jackie and D.D.!

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The Dom Loves Mary font, #32 on the Best Sellers list, is available at:

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Belluccia has remained on the Best Sellers list for 19 months was named one of Myfonts Most Popular Fonts for 2011.

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