So Many Typefaces, So Little Time

19 Dec

We love typefaces almost more than we love our significant others. To share our love affair with you we offer over 85 different typefaces you can have foil stamped on your personalized party accessories. We encourage everyone to play with all the typefaces but we understand when you just need a good font quick.
Here are a few examples of typefaces we carry and when the right time to use them!

bold font

Bodoni XT is a traditional serif typeface ideal for events that you may describe as established and important. It’s a very readable font at any size. (Did you know: 'serifs' are semi-structural details on the ends of some of the strokes that make up letters.)

scripts font

Clementineelegant and romantic perfectly describes this flourished typeface. It’s ideal for a wedding, bridal shower, or any sophisticated and formal event.

tall modern font

Empire, this extremely tall, narrow and thin, this typeface makes a sleek and edgy statement on any party accessory or invitation. Use this typeface for any event that is edgy, modern or vogue.

relaxed fun font

Honey Script is a slender and slightly looping typeface that is considered a handwriting font. It’s delicate and sweet, wonderful for fun playful events or charming messages of love.

bold formal font

Copperplate has masculine and geometric touches that make it perfect for deliberate messages that you want to see bold and readable. It’s a flawless choice for classic and traditional events.

calligraphy hand lettered font

Isabella is a beautiful, modern calligraphy style font that is a fabulous choice for all you hand-lettered lovers. Feminine and fun with a touch of classic, this typeface is perfect for personalized accessories for bridal showers, baby showers and birthdays, or even on your wedding napkins.

While there are no rules to how you use typefaces, here are some of our designer recommendations to keep in mind when using different typefaces:

1. Choose a typeface that complements the event
2. Don’t be afraid to try something fun, edgy or new
3. Contrast typefaces by using a sans serif font with a flourished font—not only is it beautiful, it also separates information for easy readability
4. Make important information really pop by using a bold font or bump up the size.

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