The Written Word - GG Print

Calligraphy and brush lettering are becoming increasingly popular ways of adding a bespoke and personal feel to stationery. They are both wonderful ways of capturing words in an artistic and unique fashion. We have a great team who work with hand scribing in both these traditional and contemporary styles.

Our in house calligrapher scribing wedding invitations

Calligraphy is most popular with our wedding clients, who want their envelopes to be just as luxurious and beautiful as the invitations that arrive inside them. During your appointment at our studio you can see all the different calligraphy styles we offer, and our team can show you the wide range of ways it can be included in your project.

Black ink calligraphy for guests’ names on these invitations for a St Tropez wedding

Brush lettering is a more informal light style which is most often used as part of illustrated monograms, to write out invitations or for menus which are then scanned in and digitally printed.

Brush lettering features on the different elements we designed for this Florence wedding suite

Both calligraphy and brush lettering can be applied to practically anything including bespoke wedding invitations, envelopes, event stationery, table plans, menus, table names and numbers, placement cards, escort envelopes and scribed poems. And with a wide range of inks and the ability to create bespoke colours and metallic finishes too, the process is just as much fun as the result.

Illustrated menu with brush lettering we created for an Israeli wedding

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