I'm trying to figure out how to adjust the weighting of two introductory titles so that it's clear the first is a main header and the second is a subtitle...
I'm also using Bradley Hand ITC as a font and have been asked to use something a little more formal. If you're familiar with this font, help in that regard would also be appreciated.
There are lots of stylistic choices available. Main larger, sub smaller; main in caps, sub in lowercase; main with a fill, subs as outline only; main in regular, subs italicized; main underlined, subs not; main bold, subs not, etc.
Let your imagination run free, man.
Bradley Hand ITC is pretty thin, and could cause issues with flicker in the ascenders and descenders.
Now, I do not have it in a Bold, Ultra-bold, or Black, so maybe with a bit more weight, it would be OK.
It is, obviously, a "handwriting script," so it is less formal.
For Main Titles, I use a lot of various display fonts, but keep it simple san-serif for most other Text.
I also agree with Jim's comments on handling of a Main Title, and then a sub-title - lots of different treatments available.
What is the mood of the video, and what sort of "feeling" do you wish to evoke with the Titles?