And I'd be honored to create that path — together.

As a private wedding invitation designer and calligrapher, I know the right way to harness your vision and bring it to extraordinary new heights.

This is Adara Meyers Calligraphy

FINE bespoke wedding stationery and calligraphy

adara meyers calligraphy


Your wedding invitation is so much more than a pretty piece of mail.

A gift of love you can't wait to send — because you're certain it'll show your people how unbelievably special they are to you.

So where’s that heart and intention in denying your dreams and, instead, settling for a pre-made design — one that might be “on-trend” but is worlds apart from your innate style?

If you care about exquisite and unmatched details, you probably obsess over custom stationery. And if custom stationery keeps you up at night, then you owe it to yourself to work with me.

As your private artist, nothing matters more to me than meticulous, inventive, and unexpected transformation: creating an incomparably special and personal stationery experience for you and your guests.

It's a once-in-a-lifetime gift.

get to know me

I'm the Boston wedding invitation designer and wedding calligrapher who believes that magic happens when you're surrounded by the warmth of exquisite handmade beauty — especially on one of the best days of your life. Sparking serious delight is my calling.

Whether you need sumptuous invitations for your tented wedding by the sea, or eight place cards for a dinner party with your nearest and dearest, I always deliver extraordinary and stylish stationery that celebrates who you are and the people you love. The kind that becomes an keepsake because you and your partner take one look at the design and say, “this is so us!” at the same time.  

. . . that I adore all the vibrance and surprise that handcrafted art offers. As a multidisciplinary artist, I bring my Master of Fine Arts degree and award-winning theatre background to create unique stationery that seamlessly flows with every detail of your event.

Born and raised in downtown Manhattan, I’m deeply inspired by art, culture, and the traditions — both time-honored and newly reimagined! — that make our lives truly spectacular. When I’m not creating in my studio, you'll find me thumbing through my stacks of Art in America back issues, worshipping at the altar of rock 'n roll, learning all I can about Sicilian red wine (forever a fan of the funky Etna varietals!), and getting into good trouble with my bassist husband and two young children.

You should know . . .

Hi, I'm Adara.


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