wedding envelopes

No. 1  Similar to Spencerian, done in ink with a pointed nib. May not work on every kind of paper. This ink is not waterproof.
No. 2  Calli ink - burgundy. Done with a pointed nib and if you look closely, you will see how it bled a little on this paper. The ink is waterproof when dry.

No. 3  Calli ink. A quick and easy style with a nib.
No. 4  G-Tec pen. Very easy to write, but the red is a bit pale.
No. 5  Quick and easy style. Popular for less formal events. Black G-Tec pen.
No. 6   Black G-Tec pen. Quick and easy. Many variations of this style are possible. I can tailor my penmanship to complement any traditional font.
No. 7   One of the quirky styles that is popular this year.
No. 8   All caps is an option.
No. 9   A script style that is a little less formal. Suitable for more casual or outdoor events. Below is another example of a very contemporary layout. No. 10  Below that are examples that show my regular penmanship that complements different fonts. At the very bottom is white ink on a papaya envelope.


  1. This wedding envelope design ,is beautiful. You can described very precisely to making this envelope by using of pens.

  2. To anyone considering hiring Jean — do it! I can't begin to tell you how fabulous she is. I came to her with a tight deadline and 200 envelopes, and she got them done faster than I could have ever imagined. And she is so talented... every envelope is perfect, unique, and beautiful. She is also exceptionally easy to work with — always so quick to respond! I can't thank you enough for the beautiful work you did for me, Jean! :)

  3. These are beautiful! I love calligraphy and am always drawn to different styles of creative lettering.