Rosabella is a script typeface with a plenty of decorative details -- flourishes, swashes, twists and other elements, which impart to the face a gorgeous festive look. A big number of alternates and ligatures as it’s usual now for such kind of fonts makes it possible to imitate a live calligraphic writing. Lower case letters are divided into several stylistic sets from relatively modest variants to the most decorative contextually dependent swashed shapes. Besides there are two sets of upper case letters -- the second one contains larger and more complex shapes. Letters from the different stylistic sets can be used in wide variety of combinations with the different levels of embellishments. Rosabella was designated for display matters, greetings and advertising. Design by Isabella Chaeva. Released by ParaType in 2012.