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WEDDINGS

THERE IS NO form of stationery so dear to the feminine heart as the wedding card.Wedding Cards It piques the interest of every woman, married or single, into whose hands it chances on its travels, and leaves a flutter of delightful expectancy in its wake. The wording, paper, style and engraving of the wedding invitation must be unquestionably correct, or the success of the wedding, from its social side, is marred.

The newest lettering embraces the shaded Caxton
Lettering

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the solid French script most pleasing in its clear, distinct character:

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also a variation of this, the shaded French script:

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