Calligraphy by Domenica

Written Letters – Handwritten Calligraphy Service


Domenica offers custom hand-drawn calligraphy for any special event or occasion.
Written Letters - Handwritten Calligraphy Service Ketubot


The Ketubot is one of the oldest and most central elements of a Jewish wedding

invitation,lettering, calligraphy, envelope addressed


An custom invitation is the prelude to your special event

Hand addressed envelopes- Finished Envelopes stamped and ready to send-out

Hand Addressed Envelopes

Your hand addressed envelope with beautiful hand lettered calligraphy.

Written Letters - Handwritten Calligraphy Service Handprints Poem, Calligraphy Custom works

Custom Calligraphy

Custom calligraphy works represent custom lettering projects from large to small.

About Domenica

Domenica Corbo has made her childhood passion of calligraphy and drawing letters into her lifelong profession. Self taught, she began drawing letters at age six.
In 1981, the professional calligrapher was born. 
She draws over forty calligraphic letter styles

Written Letters - Handwritten Calligraphy Service

Over 40 Calligraphic Letter Styles

Domenica draws these and many others:

  • Humanist Bookhand that Gutenburg adapted for his first typeset Bible
  • complex Blackletter (Old English) from the Middle Ages
  • Uncial letter style used by the monks in the 4th-5th centuries
  • Chancery Cursive (Italic) from the Italian Renaissance
  • Roman Majuscles borrowed from the ancient Romans
  • Variations of the familiar Script drawn by Spencer and Palmer from years past.

Using hundreds of pens from all over the world, Domenica can make the calligraphy letters as thick or as thin as you may desire with any color.

Calligraphy can be drawn on beautiful handmade papers from all over the world, most notably Italy, France, England and Nepal.
The addition of beautiful gold leafing makes the piece more special.

She has drawn lettering and calligraphy on many other things besides paper- chalkboards, glass, wood, fly fishing rods, frames, windows, mirrors, walls, footballs, sand dollars, wine bottles and far too many others to list.