Belluccia is a beautiful cursive font with a hand-lettered feel. It is absolutely gorgeous, and was featured on Snippet & Ink as one of the best fonts for wedding invitations. It was also featured on the Bestsellers and Top Fonts list of MyFonts.com. It is distinctive of the lettering that master calligrapher and lettering artist Debi Sementelli does. She says that she designed the font with brides and invitation designers in mind, but it’s so fabulous I’ve seen it used elsewhere.
The font includes several versions of the alphabet, with flourishes, ornaments and borders. The graphic above was designed using the font and its ornaments, except for the description, which I typed using Bookeyed Susan. Note that the font is very elaborate and highly stylized, so although it would look absolutely fantastic on names or titles, it’s not advisable to use it in paragraphs, especially at small sizes. It will look stunning on envelope labels, wedding signage, programs, menus, place cards – if you can’t afford to hire a calligrapher to do it by hand but want the hand-lettered look that is so trendy right now.
I found this verse on Pinterest, I think it’s a snippet of a praise song. I loved the message — it’s something I believe in.