Calligraphy Styles

<span class='caption-title'>Calligraphy Style 1</span> <span class='caption-title'>Calligraphy Style 2</span> <span class='caption-title'>Calligraphy Style 3</span> <span class='caption-title'>Calligraphy Style 4</span> <span class='caption-title'>Calligraphy Style 5</span> <span class='caption-title'>Calligraphy Style 6</span> <span class='caption-title'>Calligraphy Style 7</span> <span class='caption-title'>Calligraphy Style 8</span> <span class='caption-title'>Calligraphy Style 9</span> <span class='caption-title'>Calligraphy Style 10</span> <span class='caption-title'>Calligraphy Style 11</span> <span class='caption-title'>Calligraphy Style 12</span> <span class='caption-title'>Calligraphy Style 13</span> <span class='caption-title'>Calligraphy Style 14</span> <span class='caption-title'>Calligraphy Style 15</span>

Above you will find various calligraphy styles and examples demonstrated in an envelope addressing format, scripts will vary from traditional Italic and flourished Copperplate calligraphy to more contemporary handwriting styles.

The above calligraphy scripts can be used in a number of contexts, for example envelope addressing, invitation addressing, name cards, escort cards, poems, love letters, visitors books and table plans to name a few.

Typically calligraphy styles 1 & 2 are popular for wedding envelopes and invitations, and then used on the names cards or menus for on the day. Whereas calligraphy styles like 6, 7 & 8 can be used for formal dinners or corporate events. Or sometimes just a beautiful handwriting is required like calligraphy styles 13, 14 & 15. If you’re unsure which calligraphy style to use I will happily discuss and help you find the best script for your requirements.

When choosing a calligraphy style, it is best advised to print the above calligraphy addressed envelopes. You can download the calligraphy style sheet PDF below.