Calligraphy is about creating something uniquely beautiful, whether it's to celebrate a special occasion like marriage or to use every day in the form of stationery. Plurabelle's Molly Suber Thorpe works closely with her clients to give them the distinct and personalized products they're looking for, whether it's the design of their wedding invitation or simply the styling of their place cards. Molly is a contemporary calligrapher whose services include envelope addressing, invitation and stationery design, place and escort cards, marriage certificates, logo and identity development and customized rubber stamps. She offers an array of vintage and modern lettering styles.
Designing a project to reproduce in print or on the web? Molly's background in graphic design makes her well-qualified to assist you with all steps of the design process, from developing elegant, coordinating pieces, to digitizing those designs so they're print or web ready. She is always open to trying interesting and unusual projects so if you have a special request in mind, just ask.
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rachna · Married on 01/01/2011
The envelopes turned out awesomely! Exactly what I was hoping for, super quick turn around and great service.Sent on 02/04/2011
Kaitlin · Married on 08/21/2010
Plurabelle Calligraphy is the best calligrapher I have seen out there. Her work is gorgeous & I have had nothing but compliments on the invitations she made for me. I have recommended her to all my friends for their weddings.Sent on 02/08/2011
Rachel · Married on 07/23/2010
EXCELLENT SERVICE. Molly with Plurabelle Calligraphy really listened to what I wanted when I wasn't even sure myself, and provided pressure-free options with creativity, flexibility and timeliness. I always felt comfortable asking questions or suggesting options. The finished product was really special. I would HIGHLY recommend Plurabelle Calligraphy to anyone I know getting married or looking for script/design work. I look forward to working with her in the future on other projects.Sent on 02/03/2011