Forever to the Letter

16 Oct

At the wedding last weekend, the couple passed out adorable cards that were in the style of a library reference card (adorable, right?). The cards took the place of a traditional guest book and asked each guest for their name, title of their favorite book, and some advice or well-wishes for the couple.

When it came time for me to fill out my card, I couldn’t really think of any advice that the couple didn’t seem to have well in hand. But these words from Emily Dickinson seemed appropriate somehow. I lettered this while in training at work over a year ago (shh!) and I’m still quite fond of it, even if it’s just simple ball point pen on yellow legal paper. What is it about hand-lettered quotes that is so captivating?

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