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A couple things.

On the two sites we have for vendors, I'm not finding what I'm looking for. First...does anyone know someone who does calligraphy at a good price? There are too many rules to know when addressing invites and I don't want to do them myself!  The knot only has one person under calligraphy and I don't like her style.

Also..where did you get programs done at? I know there is VP, but I just can not find anything on there I like! I've tried for STD's and invites and no luck.

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    carmen9311carmen9311 member
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    edited December 2011
    stephie used calligraphy by angela. http://calligraphybyangela.com/ i looked up probably about 10 people and she was the cheapest. i ended up having my dad do them because he was trained in it but he griped about it the whole time. as a side note, calligraphers will still want you to write out exactly what will go on the envelope. they will probably give you guidance about the rules though!

    for programs, i'm just getting a kit from michael's or staples and printing them myself. 
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    courtski2004courtski2004 member
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    edited December 2011

    I found this when I was searching for calligraphers:

    I am having my stationer do digital calligraphy on my envelopes, so I never actually got around to choosing a calligrapher. Angela really does seem to be the cheapest, but it may be her style that you're not a fan of (I think she is the only one that TK lists).

    Here is the link for the DIY programs that I'm working on. The supplies for 150 programs cost me about $30:


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    edited December 2011
    I am no help with caligraphy but I got my programs on Etsy.
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    juliebug1997juliebug1997 member
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    edited December 2011
    I got my programs through the church coordinator.  They were beautiful and so very classy.
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    fallbride1109fallbride1109 member
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    edited December 2011
    I LOVED using Angela.  I only had outer envelopes and she only charged $1 each--well worth it I thought.  Plus, she is just really sweet, like Becky.  I gave her my guest list typed up for her to use.

    I DIY'd my programs using a kit that I printed on my laser printer (PIB).  Very easy and did the job.  Etsy would be good too.
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    LoverBean27LoverBean27 member
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    edited December 2011
    In Response to <a href="http://forums.theknot.com/Sites/theknot/Pages/Main.aspx/local-wedding-boards_texas-dallas-ft-worth_things?plckFindPostKey=Cat:Local%20Wedding%20BoardsForum:102Discussion:24249afe-cdba-4b61-bae2-a350ccaa949ePost:8634ec4a-f47f-461a-8bac-b4383878314c">Re: A couple things.</a>:
    [QUOTE]I am no help with caligraphy but I got my programs on Etsy.
    Posted by bobbileighb[/QUOTE]

    I will most likely be going with etsy as well!
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    edited December 2011
    I made my own programs in Publisher.  I took them to staples to be printed.
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    MLandCJMLandCJ member
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    edited December 2011
    I did wrap around labels and just downloaded the font off of dafont.com
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