It is helpful to choose your fonts and flourish at the same time. Choose fonts and a flourish that complement each other both in style and weight. A thin lined font likes a delicate graphic. A formal font wants a a more serious graphic. Short but wide flourishes are a great fit for an invite with a lot of text. Square graphics are great for short lines of text.
These flourishes are not static! They can be printed in any of the same printing colors as fonts. They will be resized to fit your invitation. Many can be printed in multiple colors or cropped for no extra charge. It is common, but not necessary to print the flourish in the same color as the highlight font. A flourish in multiple colors can bring in all the colors of your celebration. If you would like an electronic copy of one of our graphics to use on other printed materials for your celebration, the charge is $20.
These are simpler, easier to read fonts that we suggest for the majority of your invitation text.
Choose a more dramatic font to pair with your base font for your names, celebration date, and special text or quotation.
Keep in mind the style of the English font you will be using for your invitation when choosing a Hebrew font.
Consider line thickness, shape (angular vs. round) and style (modern/casual vs. traditional/formal).
Please let us know if you need help choosing a Hebrew font that will pair well with your invite’s English font.
When choosing a stitching color, thread that matches the paper will blend in for a more subtle look. Thread or bow colors that match the flower inclusions and/or highlight font and flourish color(s) will present a bolder and more festive look.
Artistic hand-printing lends a beautiful and personal touch to your invitation envelopes.
Here are some things to keep in mind when submitting your addresses to Twisted Limb for computer or artistic hand printing: