The Perfect Font for Your Place Cards

December 26th, 2010

Christmas Dinner at the Gagnons this year was the biggest in years. We had 14 guests in total, which can get pretty confusing when its time to sit down and find your place. Place cards resolve all of that confusion and add a touch of elegance to your dinner table. I made these sophisticated place cards for our table. They took about forty-five minutes for each card. That’s more than ten hours of work. But I think it was worth it.

This font is called Chopin Script. Other lovely fonts for your place cards include Baroque Script, Henry Morgan Hand, Scriptina, Champagne script, Petticoat Script, Drawbridge Script, Powdered Wig Script, Frilly Lace, Benjamin Franklin Hand, Medieval Times Script, Portcullis Script and Controcavacione.

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2 Comments

Mike Gagnon
Dec 30, 2010
Matt, I think you made up the last one ("Controcavacione")
 
Meer Catt
Dec 27, 2010
Uh, can I have a permanent place card please? Cause I'm making thursday/sunday reservations for the season!