When it comes to planning your wedding paper suite, consistency is the key. “To make your life easy and establish your look from the start, begin with a save the date and choose a typeface that you’ll want to use throughout the remainder of your paper suite — invitations, programs, menus, etc.,” says Sara Hargreaves of Scribe. Go for something that catches your eye and captures your theme when selecting a design. Hargreaves recommends choosing scripts, which are always in style. “They have reemerged with a force and flair that speak to newer generations who are looking to capture a spirit of organic, casual elegance,” she says. “From lively swashes [shown here] to rough, inky forms or brush styles, the variety of script options is greater than ever.” Can’t find your perfect style? Recruit an experienced designer or calligrapher to personalize your look! — Rachel Jones

:: Scribe, 731 Filbert St., Shadyside. 412.682.1644. scribepgh.com.
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