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DIY Wedding Ideas with Adorn Fonts

Laura Worthington Type is synonymous to hand-drawn fonts and whimsical type. Her newest font collection called Adorn is a series of fonts that range from calligraphy to design elements, with everything you’ll need to make your own wedding invitations and paper goods. With 16 different fonts to choose from, the complete Adorn package is a must for a DIY bride. I was giddy myself when I got to play with them, and DIY wedding projects started to flow aplenty. We will share some ideas of what you can do with this gem!




Adorn font collection has 20 hand drawn banners that are customizable, so you can adjust length for whatever you’ll need. These banners would make great backdrops for your ceremony + reception in a huge poster. You can do this by having your file blown up in a large poster at Kinkos.

With crazy gorgeous font collections starting at only ten dollars, creating your own unique designs is simple and affordable. Award winning designer, Laura Worthington, has a serious affinity for creating stunning typography. With each package comes multiple typefaces, allowing users to create and design within the font family something that is truly personalized. The total package is $99 and it includes 9 fonts, a collection of hand drawn banners, over 130 design elements, frames and borders, calligraphy signs, embellished initials, double letter monograms, three letter monograms, not to mention calligraphy fonts and hand drawn book fonts that you will be using for your wedding and many parties to follow. You won’t find these fonts anywhere else!

The package includes 3 different monograms: single, double and triple letter. You can use these to decorate your aisle runner, make a giant dance floor decal, make a motif. You name it. Post wedding, you could print or have your monogram embroidered on pillows. Napkins. Towels. Go monogram crazy. You don’t need to be a designer to use the fonts, simply type away your initials and save the file in high resolution to have these ideas made.

If you are wanting to create stationery that is completely yours, the most difficult task will be deciding which design to go with – you may just want to purchase the entire Adorn collection! For less than $100, who would blame you? Once you choose your font package you’ll be able to purchase and download immediately. With seven display fonts, four script designs, monograms, ornaments, illustrations, banners, frames, and catchwords the sky really is the limit.





While florists, designers and event planners love Laura Worthington Type, the collection is also a DIY-bride’s best asset. The combination of contrasting yet complementing fonts gives designer-worthy stationary at just the click of a button. Don’t stop at invites, save-the-dates, or thank your cards, though. Suddenly you have the ability to easily create matching wedding decorations such as custom table numbers, seating charts, wine bottles or banners.

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