Full service wedding stationery design,
from save the dates on handmade paper
to oyster shell place cards,
and all the fun in between.


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Hi, I'm Nika,

& I’m your Calligraphette.

Whether we’re creating wedding invitations
or a piece of art for your home,
we’ll work together in a collaborative process,
designing something that could only be yours.

Paper goods can create an emotional experience, whether its your grandmother receiving your
wedding invitations in the mail,
or your husband opening up a custom-designed
word mosaic for your anniversary.


I care about
your experience
working with me,
not just the end product

Wedding invitations shouldn't
be just another thing on your
(oh so long) to do list. 

Movement is a part of relationships and life, and your paper goods should reflect that.

From colors, to texture, to calligraphy and type... we’ll make stationery that breathes
and wows your guests.

Your vision for your wedding,
as well your tastes and inspiration, are the foundation
of your wedding invitations.

Sprinkle in my obsession with paper and calligraphy for
a little magic.


Testimonials
Calligraphette & Co. Magnolia Rouge

"We met for coffee in a cute nearby shop, sitting by the fireplace just pouring out ideas, images, & colors. It impressed me just how prepared she was...


- Jacqueline
whose wedding was featured in Magnolia Rouge


Follow along with the adventures of C & Co. as I do calligraphy, play with paper,
and share bits of inspiration on how my life and travels inspire my work.


Curious about your options? 

I would be too. 

Send me line through my inquiry form and I'll email you my (short but comprehensive) welcome packet.  

(it explains all the things you need to know about wedding invitations)


Seen In:
The Knot DC (print), Modern Luxury Weddings Washington (print), The Perpetual You (print), Magnolia Rouge, Ruffled Blog, Virginia Bride, Hey Wedding Lady, Borrowed & Blue, Aisle Society, Artfully Wed, Storyboard Wedding, Burnett’s Boards, Carats & Cake, Zola



Photos: D’Arcy Benincosa; Jacqueline's Photo: Shannon Moffit