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Trying to Identify Two Fonts on a Wedding Sign

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Hello, I am looking for exact or similar fonts used on this wedding sign. My sister wants me to recreate it for her wedding coming up and I'm striking out on identifying the two fonts used here or even finding similar ones. Any help would be greatly appreciated!


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It definitely does look like Riley, thank you! I don't have a larger image but I tried to take a bigger screenshot hopefully this helps.


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It's much better, but if you can take a photo. Please take a focused close-up (so the text is big), head on (no distortion), and preferably of the red white text (better contrast). The best I can do now is below. It lacks the important features to fully recognize the font.


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Sorry, the original image is not my own and I have been unable to find better photos of the signs. Thankfully I found a font that was close enough to the one used for the smaller text. Appreciate your help! Riley was the main font I needed.

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