I received a couple emails yesterday asking what font I used on the invites. Thanks for asking - I take it that means you like it! I'm a big fan of finding new, non-normal Word fonts, so when I do invites or materials for work I tend to download new ones. I could have gone classic with a pretty script font like Lucida Calligraphy or Edwardian Script, but I wanted something fun and pretty and a little different. So I used a font called Kushtie.
I actually found it months and months ago (I don't know how many) when iDiY posted it on her blog via dafont.com. I didn't know then that I'd use it for my invites, but knew I liked it so downloaded it anyway! So there you have it folks. Mystery solved.
Are you doing your own invites or other wedding materials you need fun fonts for? A couple others that will be making an appearance on various printed wedding-related items include A Yummy Apology and Fortunaschwein, which I also found on dafont.com, and Pea Faith from KevinandAmanda.com.
A couple other free font sites include:
So check out these sites and add some fun fonts to your collection! Or if you like the classic look, then don't (although you can find a new classic look on these sites, too!). Your choice, just thought I'd share for those who asked about it!
Have a fantabulous weekend! Be on the lookout for a recap of Wedding Crap Fest 2010, aka this weekend. I've got MOH Cassie, Bridesmaid Amanda, and Bonnie slaving over crafts with me this weekend!