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Chat Recap: The Write Stuff

An experienced calligrapher gives advice.

By Marissa Conrad Published I can’t even imagine a name with 67 characters—but if that’s the case at your wedding, don’t stress about fitting it all on a place card. A good calligrapher with a small pen can do almost anything, says Itsy Kliman of Calligraphy by Itsy. In yesterday’s chat, Itsy also answered questions about colored ink, the different fonts you can use to address invitations, and calligraphy-inspired wedding tattoos (that one, sadly, is still just a concept).

Next week, Bridal Party kicks off a series of four chats with wedding planners. First up is André Wells of Events by André Wells, who is taking questions on, well, everything. Ask now, and he’ll answer Thursday at 11.

 

If you can't wait for Thursday, check out past chats with planners, photographers, and more.

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