DIY Wedding

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What makes a DIY Wedding not LOOK DIY…a great font!

From Invitations, programs and menus to place cards and drink signs, creating a coordinated look starts with your theme, colors and the fonts.  Straw and favor tags, door knob signs, out-of-town guest information, church and reception site signs…these are just a few items that can be made with my beautiful Belluccia font to both enhance your theme and serve a practical purpose.

Check out the pictures on this page for some examples of what can be done. Take a peek at the pics on my Cursive Font page to see more. Placing your cursor over the picture will bring up arrows you can click on to move through the slide show at your own pace.

Subscribe to my blog, where I’ll continue to post ideas and to give step by step instructions for more DIY Wedding Signage.

And I’ll take you beyond what you can create with just paper.

I also share ideas for unique approaches to other wedding projects.

Join me!


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. maria
    Sep 30, 2013 @ 16:54:16

    how can I get in touch with you……


  2. Tiffani L. Mollenkopf
    Mar 17, 2014 @ 01:35:15

    I am interested in the twin rattle, once upon a time. i was curious about the cost for approx 30 invitations.


    • Debi Sementelli
      Apr 12, 2014 @ 08:15:44

      Sorry for not getting back to you sooner. This is my old blog and I don’t check it as often. These invitations were a custom project for a client in Dallas. They are extremely labor intensive and cost $30.00 each. I do not make them and sell them.
      You could try to make them yourself if you have lots of time and are crafty.



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