Wedding Regular was originally designed by Morris Fuller Benton for ATF and released as Wedding Text in 1901. It is a lighter version of his ENGRAVER'S OLD ENGLISH of the same period. Wedding Regular is based on the Textura style of blackletter that continued in popularity in England into the 16th century, long after the Dutch, French and Italians had moved to a Roman model that expressed the Renaissance humanism of the period. Wedding Headline is a still lighter version of the regular text face, suitable for setting larger sizes while still preserving the delicacy of the decorative hairlines.
Vintage Wedding is a collection of 432 icons, divided into 4 categories. These symbols were selected and created in order to bring to mind the past times, yet at the same time, to retain the modern design. You can find here such rare and beautiful objects as phonograph or cult eyeglasses.
Red began as an experiment, and turned into a larger project. Most super-black type designs are constructed of extremely simple and geometric elements. Most of them do not include a lowercase alphabet. Red is designed to be simultaneously more human, as black as possible, and as readable as possible. VIew the full specimen here.
What could be added to the Teddy family to give it a stronger aura of usability and fun? How about a set of dingbats / icons / pictures in a compatible style? We immediately thought of Berlin-based illustrator Bea Davies. She is a stylistic chameleon, and quite resourceful when it comes to thinking solution-oriented; there was little doubt that she would skilfully adapt the unique shapes of Teddy to a striking and useful set of picture glyphs. Bea liked the style and charisma of Minjoo’s Teddy, and soon started to hand in witty Illustrator drawings. Once the set had reached a respectable quantity, Minjoo and Andreas Seidel produced the font, making sure that icons that were registered as Unicode glyphs were assigned to the right slot.
Wedding Wishes BV is the ultimate wedding dingbat containing 52 elegantly brush stroked images. Having 3 years of experience as a wedding planner, florist, caterer and accessories designer I knew exactly what this dingbat needed!
To be like a pro spencerian calligrapher now is easier with The WEDDING Script. The Wedding script is a high-quality font-family with more then 2000 glyphs. It is imitating original zanerian style with numerous swashes and swirls. It is very easy to use. Activate contextual alternate, type any number after a letter and get your alternate: W1, W2, W3 etc… Capital letters have 7-8 options. My dream was to create a script that can imitate professional handwriting without efforts! Don't stop creativity process and just type numbers after letters. It is fast and easy. You can see results instantly as a real calligrapher does! Watch how The Wedding Script works in Photoshop: type your text and start playing! You'll find more then 50 elegant swashes.
Sporting broad, unadorned caps and just a dash of flair, ATF Wedding Gothic is like an engravers gothic at a black tie affair. It comes from the same tradition as other social gothics from the turn of the twentieth century, such as Engravers gothic and Copperplate. But where these are the faces of business cards and common announcements, ATF Wedding Gothic is a special occasion. Its swaying ‘R’ and ‘Q’, its characterful figures, and spritely-yet-sturdy insouciance make ATF Wedding Gothic well suited for tasteful engagements of all sorts.