2/18/2010

Introduction to the bridal industry

As a calligrapher wishing to find bridal clients, I have boldly started to introduce myself to wedding vendors in my area. This envelope included a note of introduction.




Did it please you to see your name elegantly scribed?
Were you impressed to see this envelope hand-crafted for you?
If you agree, then you can see and feel why calligraphy can add a personal touch to all occasions.  I provide a service which can create the first impression. The invitation for all events provides a glimpse of the upcoming event. A hand-lettered invitation can have the guests feeling that they are an important element of the festivities to come and set the tone for the occasion.

 That is part of the note enclosed in this hand-crafted envelope. I sure hope it catches their attention!


5 comments:

Jane Farr said...

How could it not capture their attention? It is lovely!! :-)

Lisa Holtzman said...

I think it's a very good approach. I'm sure you'll get work from it : )

random notes said...

Hi Catherine, so happy to see your blog looking so bright and cheery, esp in the middle of the dreary winter. This is such a good idea to send those calligraphy notes out to wedding coordinators. Did Jen get one? She is already a fan of yours!
Jane

Erica said...

Great marketing! I'd be hooked! :-)

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