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Calligraphy Set In Stone

Gagging over this stunning escort idea!
Master Calligrapher, Julie Hudnall, who owns Abbijo Designs, is a custom paperie and calligraphy studio in Southern California.
Her skills speak for themselves. Notice how perfect these names appear on stone! Calligraphy is an impossible art unto itself, even when writing on smooth surfaces. Try doing that on stone! I'm beyond stunned!
When you're putting the pieces of your wedding together, whether it's the invites, the escort cards, the menu, don't overlook custom calligraphy!
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really?! that's so cool @michellerosa
Hey, I found my name on one of the stones. 😄😄
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