I have had a few people lately ask me about the fonts I use here on Glamour & Grace, so today I have gathered a list of my favorite ones! Since starting the blog, I have become a self proclaimed font addict and I have a confession to make: I have never paid for a single font. I have over 500 fonts on my computer and they were all freebies! There are certainly some amazing fonts out there that you can pay for, but I have always found a free one that will do the job just as well. So here they are: 60 of my all time favorite FREE fonts! I hope you see a few of your choice fonts, as well as find some new ones to love!
A beautiful location always makes a photo shoot. The stunning Canadian riverside is the scene for today’s shoot, and I don’t think it could be more breath-taking. Chelsea Dawn Photography & Makeup Artist styled this bridal session after finding this amazing 1900′s wedding gown. The antler veil would definitely be for an adventurous bride wanting something unique and is a great example of choosing accessories that are a fit not only with your gown, but your personality.
You are going to fall in love with this super fun and summery blue and yellow wedding. How adorable are the cute balloons and the modern patterns? The printed bridesmaid dresses are fabulous!
Our wedding was held at Bridal Veil Lake in Corbett, Oregon. The venue was stunning on its own, so we only had to add a few touches to make it us. Our style is modern and sophisticated with retro flares. We chose cool colors of grey and navy with lots of crisp white accents and pops of yellow. Graphic patterns, like chevron, were paired with powdery white flowers to achieve simplistic beauty. My bride’s maids and I took basic white canvases and hand painted the decorative signs using free online fonts and navy and gray craft paint.
Peter’s childhood mentor performed the service and his younger, Ben, brought the audience to tears with his baritone rendition of “Book of Love.” We wrote our own vows and exchanged family heirloom rings. My dress came from Bride’s for Breast Cancer dress fundraiser. It had never been worn and fit like a glove. I didn’t have to alter it at all – it was like it was meant to be mine.
My favorite thing to plan was the candy bar. My sweet tooth is deadly and I had fun looking all over town for a mismatched grouping of apothecary jars. I printed the candy names on store bought labels and hand decorated the candy bags using a rubber stamp and navy ink. The venue came with four canoes. During the reception, all boarded vessels and paddled around the lake as the sun was setting. The guests had a blast, even though one canoe almost capsized!
Our wedding day was perfect, though it wasn’t without a few hiccups, and we wish we could re-live it every year!
Photography | Christa-Taylor | Venue | Bridal Veil Lakes | Caterer | Elephants Delicatessen Catering & Laurie’s Catering | Cake | Lambs Bakery Thriftway | Invitations | Simplicity Papers | Rentals | The Party Place Portland | Photo Booth | Photo Booth For You | Hair | Roberts of Portland | Jewelry | Gilt Jewelry | Bridesmaid Dresses | Anthropologie