Hadrian

15 Feb 19
Vino Con Vista Adventures of the Globe-Trotting Wino

The triumphal Arch of Constantine commemorates the triumph of Constantine 1 (272-337). It was erected in 315 AD by the Roman Senate to commemorate Constantine I’s victory over Maxentius at the Battle of Milvian Bridge in 312 AD. Constantine was the last pagan emperor of Rome. Faced with a much smaller army than Maxentius, Constantine […]

15 Feb 19
The new blog 7505

When in Athens ensure you do not miss these Athens highlights. The Acropolis, a Unesco World Heritage Website, is one of the most significant and most gone to monuments in the world. It was the initial fortified ancient "high city" of Athens developed on the Castle hill, a popular rock plateau high above the city, […]

15 Feb 19
The inspiring blog 3680

Lets first start with chartering a yacht and learning about the location. Find out about the area and get the very best deals on charter luxury yachts. You can pick between the sailing luxury yachts, motor luxury yachts, catamaran, and gulets – the standard wood boats Sail around the Saronic Gulf The Saronic gulf is […]

15 Feb 19
For the Love of Listening to Books

There are two series that are connected…The Riyria Revelations & The Riyria Chronicles; both of which are made up of three books. The Riyria Revelations: Theft of Swords, Rise of Empire & Heir of Novron The Riyria Chronicles: The Crown Tower, The Rose and the Thorn and The Death of Dulgath. The The Riyria Chronicles is the prequel series […]

15 Feb 19
The SON Newspaper

  Jesus looks across at the Temple on the other side of the Kidron valley. The disciples are astonished at its magnificence. Jesus shakes his head: “Not one stone will remain…” They ask: “What will be the sign that these things are going to happen?” So, in answer to their questions, Jesus sketches an unimaginably […]

15 Feb 19
Russia News Now

“The Palestinian Arab leadership rejected partition as unacceptable, given the inequality in the proposed population exchange and the transfer of one-third of Palestine, including most of its best agricultural land, to recent immigrants. The Jewish leaders, Chaim Weizmann and David Ben-Gurion, persuaded the Zionist Congress to lend provisional approval to the Peel recommendations as a […]

15 Feb 19
The Shutterstock Blog
Wedding planning can be hectic. Save some time and money by making your own wedding invitations with these beautiful and unique free wedding fonts. Orchestrating all aspects of your future wedding can be chaotic and exhausting. You’ve booked a stunning venue, set a date, and found the perfect attire, and next thing you know, you have to design your entire invitation card from scratch. The perfect card doesn’t get designed overnight; choosing the perfect font, background, and color theme can be overwhelming and daunting. To help ease the invitation design process, we’ve rounded up 18 fonts that communicate volumes when used in any wedding design. From classic serifs to elegant scripts, you simply can’t go wrong with any of these unique and free fonts. 1. Adelio Darmanto The first font on our list is Adelio Darmanto, a delicate calligraphic script font designed by 7NTypes. Its effortless transitions and romantic details make for a gorgeous headline on your next wedding card. Download the Adelio Darmanto font on Dafont here. It’s free for personal use. Background image via Nopparat Nambunyen. 2. Bodoni Add a modern yet minimal touch to your designs with this traditional Didone serif font. Pair Bodoni’s contrasting hairline serifs and thick ascenders with a monoweight sans serif, such as Raleway, or let this font shine in all its glory. Download the Bodoni* font on Indestructible Type here. This one is free for both personal and commercial use. Background image via donatphotography. 3. Brooke Smith Script Brook Smith Script is a feminine calligraphic script that mimics actual handwriting. Its whimsical personality renders perfectly in your next wedding design. Download the Brooke Smith Script font on Dafont here. It’s free for personal use only. Background image via Salla Holm. 4. Chalisa Oktavia Make a stylish statement with this elegant script font designed by 7NTypes. Chalisa Oktavia’s calligraphic style stands out on any wedding invite. Contrast this font’s aristocratic nature with a thin monoweight sans serif, such as Montserrat. Download the Chalisa Oktavia font on Dafont here. This font is free for personal use only. Background image via marchevcabogdan. 5. Dearly Loved One Add some sentimental love to your wedding invitations with this decorative handwritten font. Pair this loopy script with its slab serif counterpart, Dearly Loved Slab One, for a design that’s sure to wow your attendees. Download the Dearly Loved One font on Dafont here. Dearly Loved One is free for personal use only. Background image via Zamarashka. Paper texture via YamabikaY. 6. Deluxe Edition For a go-to monoweight script font that completely mimics that textured brushed pen look, check out this Deluxe Edition font by BLKBK Fonts. Use this font in your next romantic wedding card to wow your attendees. Download the Deluxe Edition Demo font on Dafont here. It’s free for personal use only. Background image via Andrii Oleksiienko. 7. Dreamland This gorgeous brush script font designed by Megi Satyo Widodo features realistic handwritten letterforms created by a brush pen. Dreamland’s effortless appearance is sure to take your wedding invitations up a notch. Download the Dreamland font on Dafont here. Again, it’s free for personal use only. Background image via Vladimir Arndt. 8. EB Garamond EB Garamond, inspired by Claude Garamont’s famous typeface, brings forth an elaborate appearance to wedding invitations. This classic font pairs nicely with an exquisite script font, such as Hijrnotes. Download the EB Garamond font on Font Squirrel here. Background image via c12. 9. Elsie Give your invitations a feminine twist with this effortless serif font designed by Alejandro Inler. Elsie’s accentuated serifs and ball terminals bring forth added personality to your composition. Pair this serif font with a monoweight sans serif for a balanced composition, or let the font shine in all of its glory. Download the Elsie font on Google Fonts here. Background image via PHOTOCREO Michal Bednarek. 10. England Hand This formal and elegant script is perfect for use on wedding invitations, menu headers, and more. Combine the curvatures of England Hand with a geometric sans serif for a romantic contrast. Download the England Hand font on Font Squirrel here. Background image via Andrekart Photography. 11. Hijrnotes Hijrnotes, designed by Måns Grebäck, is a monoweight script font that features accentuated uppercase letterforms and a flowing signature style. This typeface is best used as a wedding heading or title treatment, as the swashes  and ligatures may be difficult to read at smaller sizes. Download the Hijrnotes font on Dafont here. It’s free for personal use only. Background image via Olexander Kozak. 12. La Paloma Add a quirky and flowing touch to your wedding invitations with this handwritten script font. Pair La Paloma’s loopy letterforms with a more restrained serif, such as EB Garamond, for an effortless composition. Download the La Paloma font on Dafont here. La Paloma is free for personal use only. Background image via Kseniya Ivanova. 13. Millerstone Millerstone’s gentle calligraphic style renders beautifully when applied to delicate headlines and names. Taken from hand drawn ligatures and letterforms, this font gives your wedding invites a personal and dainty touch. Download the Millerstone Demo font on Dafont here. It’s free for personal use only. Background image via Bogdan Sonjachnyj. 14. Montserrat Montserrat, a classic geometric sans serif font designed by Julieta Ulanovsky, takes great influence from a traditional Buenos Aires neighborhood. Each letterform is carefully designed to fit a vast array of applications: from wedding details to a striking minimal header. Let this sans serif take the type spotlight or contrast its monoweight letterforms with Pinyon Script. You can find Montserrat in Shutterstock Editor in the Font tab when you activate the Text (A) tool. Choose from an array of wedding templates, or customize your invitation from scratch with the help of these professional tips. Download the Montserrat font on Google Fonts here. Background image via Happy Lena. 15. Pinyon Script Pinyon Script’s curved swashes and angled letterforms give your wedding invitations that aristocratic ambience. Couple this luxurious script with copy set in Open Sans or Montserrat for a polished contrast. Don’t have access to design software? You can easily find Pinyon Script within our free Shutterstock Editor program in the Font tab when the Text (A) tool is activated. Or, you can download the Pinyon Script font on Google Fonts here. Background image via Hadrian. 16. Playfair Display Playfair Display, designed by Claus Eggers Sørensen, features thick letterforms with contrasting thin serifs. This classic display font was inspired by the works of John Baskerville and the stylization of Scotch Roman designs. Use this stunning font as an eye-catching header to your wedding invitation. You can find the Playfair Display font within our free Shutterstock Editor program in the Font tab when the Text (A) tool is selected. Download the Playfair Display font on Google Fonts here. Background image via Shunevych Serhii. 17. Prata Prata’s Didone characteristics add some visual interest to simplistic wedding invitations. Its contrasting thicks and thins, along with its teardrop terminals, make this serif font a classic go-to in your next design. Download the Prata font on Google Fonts here. Background image via Food Travel Stockforlife. 18. Underland This textured brush script font by Wacaksara Co features thick and rough letterforms that give Underland a hand drawn effect, perfect for adding personality to your wedding invitation. Download the Underland font on Dafont here. Again, it’s free for personal use only. Background image via Pushish Images. Wedding Card Inspiration Now that you’ve downloaded those fonts, what do you do next? See these free fonts in action with these wedding card templates to help inspire you for your invitation designs. Dearly Loved One & Dearly Loved Slab One Card design via Alewiena_design.  Bodoni & Montserrat Card design via Pat Poseh.  Card design via Alewiena_design. Mockup image via Anatoliy Cherkas. Wedding card via Alewiena_design. Interested in more ways to amp up your invitation designs? Check out these essential articles: Get These 20 Free Script Fonts to Make Elegant Designs 21 Professional Designer Tips to Make Your Own Invitations 101 Color Combinations to Inspire Your Next Design + Free Swatch Download
15 Feb 19
Menhit

4.3″ Hadrian Luxury Staunton Chess Pieces Only Set – Lacquered Budrose Wood – Buy – 4.3″ Hadrian Luxury Staunton Chess Pieces Only Set – Lacquered Budrose Wood

15 Feb 19
Fort Russ

“The Palestinian Arab leadership rejected partition as unacceptable, given the inequality in the proposed population exchange and the transfer of one-third of Palestine, including most of its best agricultural land, to recent immigrants. The Jewish leaders, Chaim Weizmann and David Ben-Gurion, persuaded the Zionist Congress to lend provisional approval to the Peel recommendations as a […]

15 Feb 19
N&S

The Hadrian’s Wall, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the most iconic ancient landmarks in the United Kingdom. This wall in its sheer scale was built on the orders of the Roman Emperor Hadrian in the 2nd century to mark the northern frontier of the vast, mighty empire of Rome. It is not […]

15 Feb 19
Name Day

Friday, February 15 Also if all truth is not allowed to say always, it is never allowed to repress. St. Francis de Sale The world without the love is the world without the value. Bertrand Russel

15 Feb 19
A Vicar In Training Writes...

Saint Sigfrid of Sweden (Swedish: Sigfridaer, Latin: Sigafridus, Icelandic: Sigurðr Old English: Sigefrið/Sigeferð) was an English-born missionary-bishop in Scandinavia during the first half of the 11th century. Saint Sigfrid is credited, in late medieval king-lists and hagiography, with performing the baptism of Olof Skötkonung, the first monarch of Sweden.[1] He is likely to have visited […]