Adorn Bouquet is the daydreamy doodles in the corner of the wedding to do list; it’s the bachelorette party, or the baby shower. It wants to be “fancy,” but its exuberance bursts through, spilling curlicues across the page. Adorn Bouquet is intentionally irregular, created with a practiced hand to communicate joy—uncontrolled and informal: the champagne bubbles, the tipsy speeches, the heartfelt poetry. There’s nothing static about this font: The letters bounce along the baseline, with little tilts all askew, small and large counters, and exit swashes that bring some letters as close as two lovers or pull them as far apart as the sweep of an endless train on a bridal gown. With 240 swashes and alternate letterforms.
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