Weddings are intimate affairs. They are about the union of two people who choose to share and celebrate their special day with their loved ones.

Incorporating beautiful, hand-written elements into your your invites, place cards, and even your venue decor is one way to keep things personal and convey that sense of intimacy with your friends and family. A great calligrapher can really do wonders to make your wedding set-up uniquely you. Scroll through some of the amazing work of twelve local “type artistes” below to see what we mean.

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1. Fozzy Castro-Dayrit (@thefozzybook)

Depending on your wedding theme, Fozzy can go elegant and classic or more free-spirited with your save-the-dates and invitations.


Looking to collaborate with her for your wedding needs? Message her through thefozzybook@gmail.com.

2. Oats Tiu (@oatsdiy)

Oats likes to do a lot of brushwork and even does wood signages that you can put up all over the venue. Oh, and she actually did calligraphy work for Vic Sotto and Pauleen Luna’s wedding invitations, in case you don't know.

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E-mail her at oatsdiy@yahoo.com for any and all inquiries.

3. Pearl Choco (@littlegirlwanders)

Pearl, also known as Snapperdoodles, typically does more pop art animated works, but she has a way of balancing her love for colors and illustrations to suit your style.

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For commissions, e-mail her at snapp3rdoodles@gmail.com or give her a ring at 0925-784-4267.

4. Fran Postor-Cruz (@primpandpaper)

Simple yet sophisticated is what Fran is all about. Her monogram works are super pretty, and as a recent bride herself, she, of course, designed her own invitation suite.

Gold wedding monogram ?

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Can't tie the knot without you card (w/ knot hair tie hehehe) sent ???? have to get started on the invites soon!

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You can contact her via e-mail at franpostor@gmail.com or through mobile at 0917-501-3726.

5. Lai Reyes-Geluz (@laigeluz)

Calligraphy, watercolor art, and even paper cutting—name it and Lai does it. She can take care of your invitations, custom cake topper, and even little favors and trinkets for your guests.

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On my desk, a papercut cake topper! #papercutph #madebylai #handmadeweddingsph #philippineweddings #weddingsph

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Get in touch with her via her website (where you can browse through more of her work and the different services she’s offering, btw!) or by shooting her an e-mail at madebylai@gmail.com.

6. Joannie Candi (@joanniecandi)

Joannie brings together calligraphy and watercolor beautifully and has even tried her hand at painting gowns.


Interested in her work? E-mail her at joanniecandi@gmail.com.

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7. Ink Scribbler (@inkscribbler)

Ink Scribbler is actually composed of a team of creatives. Started by Alexis Ventura, one of their first major projects was Iya and Drew Arellano’s wedding invitation suite. Their client list also includes Heart and Chiz Escudero and Ruffa Mae Quinto.

Baroque elements inspired wedding invitation that will reflect the romance of your wedding day. ? Congratulations to Jeffrey and Karissa ???? ????

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