Anne Robin Calligraphy
Robin can pen the hallmark curlicues of copperplate calligraphy, but she’s best known for sleek, streamlined lettering. From $3 per envelope; $225 for an invitation template.
Calligraphy by Mary Anne
Mary Anne Wolf tailors her work to her clients’ needs—even creating a new style or a variation of her standard offerings. Prices vary.
Calligraphy by Nan DeLuca
DeLuca’s elegant designs are often featured in high-end wedding publications and books. Envelopes in black ink start at $4 each; full sets of custom invites start at $350.
Hand-lettering, engraving, and letterpress are all in Delaney’s repertoire; her work often appears in Martha Stewart Weddings. A set of 100 printed invitations starts at $2,000.
The Delicate Pen ny Jane Labanz
Labanz has the grace of an artist in lettering and hand-painting. Addressing begins at $7 per envelope; invitation work begins at $20 per line; full invitation sets begin at $12.
Couples who want original marriage contracts rather than prints come to Weinberg. She can inscribe a quote in Hebrew, English, or Aramaic (from $1,200).
Harriet Rose Calligraphy & Design
A skilled artist, Rose offers a broad range of hand-lettering to match your occasion and style (from $4 per envelope).
Kaleidakolor Calligraphy Studio
Margaret Harber has done work for Montblanc and celeb clients, including Bill Cosby and Natalie Cole. From $4 per envelope.
Nancy Howell Calligraphy
Specialties include highly flourished formal copperplate to styles of Howell’s design. Invitation-text calligraphy starts at $300.
Caplan’s fourteen-year-old studio caters to Jewish, interfaith, and same-sex couples who want a ketubot. Custom work from $2,000; limited-edition prints from $250.
1271 Sixth Ave., nr. 51st St., 42nd fl. 212-767-6424
Kakstys works in a classic style called Chancery Cursive. Envelopes start at $2.50; place cards start at $1.50.
From the Summer 2011 New York Wedding Guide