park avenue was the last one I used
i downloaded a free one, from i don't know where...but how to i use it/find it? ugh...i'm an tech idiot!
I've been reading the posts from some of the brides. I recently signed up as a vendor on this site. I have a small bridal shop and offer discounts on your whole invitation order. I know the sentimentality of doing many of the wedding formalities on your own as this is what we did when my daughter got married. But I was not aware of the avenues of saving through some of the resources out there such as discounted wedding invitations. By the time we bought the paper and used the ink, bought the ribbon, and put a transparent over the invitation, plus the time spent lining up the paper and print on the computer, I spent about the same amount of money and lots of time on the invitations. I encourage brides and grooms to take all of this into consideration. Again, there is something special about designing your own invitations and all, but if you're just looking to save money. check out some discount invitation sites. You can go to my web-site www.affairoftheheart.org and click on invitations. It will take you to three companies to choose from. My best to you!! Patty
ok that was random.
anyways, jackie - if you have a PC, then go to start -> programs and open the control panels folder on your computer. there should be a folder called "Fonts". You can just drag the font to that folder and it should install itself.
if you downloaded a zip file, then just double-click it - chances are u have some sort of software installed on your computer already that will unzip it. then drag those files to your fonts folder.
Has anyone reported Gowns yet? I'll send an email just in case.
Fonts that I like for invitations:
Edwardian Script, Bickham Script, Chopin Script, Freebooter Script, Helinda Rook, Sandy Text, Scriptina, Adine-Kirnberg Script.
Trajan Pro, Copperplate Gothic Light, Times New Roman, Avant Garde Gothic, Georgia, Papyrus, Peake, Sackers Light Classic Roman, Harrington.