I'm passionate about designing artful ways to interlock letters and names according to your individual taste and style. I have experience with both hand-lettered calligraphy monograms as well as creating monograms by combining letters from digital fonts or a mix of both. I will format your monogram in whatever type of digital file your printer requests, and I'm happy to hand-letter it onto signage to tie in with your printed materials.
Hand-drawn nautical rope, knot, anchor and ribbon to accompany hand-lettered names. Wedding date was also added to a separate version.
A digital monogram created by combining characters from two fonts.
Loops and swirls add flourish to this traditional script monogram.
The couple's watercolor calligraphy monogram was digitized to use as postage on the invitations.
A submark is a smaller, less intricate version of a logo, often used anywhere a full logo won't display well. Think: Those tiny square emblems atop browser tabs and icons in bookmarks/favorites list.
Script calligraphy written in specialty ink to work with embossing powder. When heated, it becomes a shiny and smooth metallic surface, giving the effect of gold foil embossing.
Hand calligraphy monogram design digitized to apply to a lovely wooden anchor created by the the groom's brother and later signed by wedding guests. Photography by Rich Schaub/Event by 6 Degrees of Celebration
Hand-lettered script incorporated into a custom black and white iPhone case design.
White hand-painted badge with silver metallic dot detail and a hand-lettered J to personalize a Thermos.
A gold ink wreath of leaves and monogram enhance this pumpkin for display with coordinating fall decor.