Arabic Calligraphy for Wedding Invitations

I am often approached by couples who are in the planning stages of their wedding, and are interested in having a design of their names written in Arabic calligraphy. This is used on invitations, cards, projected onto the wall, and generally becomes an emblem for the wedding. Here are several examples. If you’re looking for something like this, email me at arabic.calligrapher(at)gmail(dot)com

Nadine and Ryan

Rania and Aseel

Rima and Ramzi

Sultan and Nida

Design used on wedding handouts.

The most challenging request I have done so far was from a Lebanese-Australian couple whose families were from an area of Lebanon known for its olive trees. They wanted their names intertwined in the branches of an olive tree on the first page of the invitation, and when the page was turned, the tree would disappear and the calligraphy itself would remain. This meant that the calligraphy would need to be a piece that would look good and hold its own independent of the tree. Here is what I came up with:

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~ by Josh on October 20, 2011.

2 Responses to “Arabic Calligraphy for Wedding Invitations”

  1. […] Josh designs are not only for weddings, he is predominantly asked to design calligraphy for tattoos and companies logos. He did a recent post on wedding arabic calligraphy, click here to read it. […]

  2. hello!
    i was wondering what sort of prices youd charge? just for basic bride and grooms name together in calligraphy?

    cheers

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