Invitation Design from Start to Finish



Invitation Design from Start to Finish


Karla Lim (Written Word Calligraphy) reveals her entire process for creating an invitation suite — and it doesn’t just start with design mockups. You’ll learn how to interview your client, how to find the inspiration you need, and how to put it all together into a gorgeous finished product that everyone will love.

Please Note: This class was included in the Modern Calligraphy Summit 2.0.

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Join professional calligrapher and stationer Karla Lim of Written Word Calligraphy as you learn her process for making beautiful stationery a reality!

Note: This course does not include technical walkthroughs of design software. Please see our digitizing classes if you’d like to learn more about that process!

MODULE 1: Intro & Handout

MODULE 2: Tools

MODULE 3: The Right Client

MODULE 4: The Initial Conversation

MODULE 5: Design Mockups

MODULE 6: Designing

MODULE 7: Sending to Print

MODULE 8: Assembly

MODULE 9: Packaging & Shipping

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2 hours 15 minutes






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