1. How much do you charge?

My price guide for weddings can be found here. Bespoke signage starts at £40. Due to the nature of all other work, commissions will be quoted based on your requirements. Please get in touch for an estimation.

2. How can I contact you?

Whilst you can find me on all the usual social media platforms including Instagram and Pinterest, the best and easiest way to get in touch is by filling out an online form or by emailing holly@hollytrippcalligraphy.co.uk.

3. How long will it take?

Unfortunately there’s no right answer here and it entirely depends on my schedule of work already in the diary. If you are considering something for your wedding, I recommend getting in touch at least one year before your special day. Wedding suppliers seem to get booked earlier and earlier and I would hate for anyone to miss out by leaving it too late to enquire!

4. Will you write on my material/ glass/ mirrors?

ABSOLUTELY! My absolute favourite part of calligraphy is writing on ‘things’. In the past I have enjoyed lettering on fruit, macaroons, glass bottles, chalkboard walls and more! Just contact me and we can make it happen.

5. Do you create custom prints?

Yes, I love to create bespoke artwork. You can learn more about my commissions here or I can answer any questions you may have in a quick consultation.

6. I’m looking for something specific but can’t see it on your website

If you can’t see what you’re looking for on my website, please do get in touch with me directly. Chances are I’ve dabbled in it before but for whatever reason am without a photograph. I’m more than happy to discuss the possibilities when it comes to calligraphy and what we will be able to achieve together.

7. Is all of your calligraphy done by hand?

I work with a range of materials – I am able to digitise my work as well as produce by hand with ink and nib or the more modern brush pen calligraphy. If you have seen a particular style you like, I am more than happy to talk you through the process involved and work with you to recreate something special.

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