5 Calligraphy-Decorated Wedding Details We Love

The writing’s on the wall: Calligraphy can make your wedding extra-special.
by julia naftulin
Stone place card
Harwell Photography

In today's digital world, a few handwritten words go a long way. Whether you hire a professional to add pretty lettering to your invitations and seating cards or you add an elegantly written touch to some décor all by yourself, calligraphy is a classic way to infuse some extra special details into your wedding. These inspiring examples from real weddings are just a few of the infinite options calligraphy offers.

This Globe Decoration

Black globe with calligraphy
Corbin Gurkin Photography

Personalize a piece of décor with a cute saying in pretty cursive.

From the album: An Ultra-Chic Classic Wedding at Mint Museum Uptown in Charlotte,North Carolina

This Earthly Table Number

Blue agate gold calligraphy
Harwell Photography

Bright blue agate looks even cooler when decorated with elegantly written table numbers.

From the album: A Boho Glam Wedding at Diastole Farms in Concord, Georgia

This Sneaky Shoe Message

shoes with gold calligraphy
Milou+ Olin Photography

There's no better place to put this saying than on the bottom of your wedding-day shoes. Write it with metallic marker for a sweet photo opportunity.

From the album: A Bright, Blue and Gold Wedding at Viansa in Sonoma, California

This Informative Guest Book

guest book with calligraphy
Amalie Orrange Photography

Leave directions for your guests in a classy DIY font.

From the album: An Americana-Inspired Wedding at Isola Farms in Groveland, Florida

These Multipurpose Escort Cards

bookmarks doubling as escort cards
Justin & Mary Photography

Make guests feel extra special with handwritten seating cards that double as bookmarks they can take home.

From the album: A Vibrant, Library-Themed Wedding at Migis Lodge in South Casco, Maine

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