When DIY your wedding invitations, the trick always lies in finding out the right fonts. Here is a roundup of our customers’ favorite free fonts that are free to download and use in your wedding invitations, save the date cards and other wedding details.
Before choosing your wedding fonts, consider these tips:
1. Make sure the fonts are legible, avoid those too cursive, highly-scripted or thin ones.
2. If you have enclosure cards, make sure the fonts you used are in accord with what are on the invitation.
3. Make sure the fonts add to your wedding theme or are in line with your wedding style.
4. Use different fonts to accentuate the more important parts such as wedding date or names.
As a kind of script fonts, Alex Brush is blessed with flowing lines without being too messy or hard to read. Its effortless transitions and slight curves make for a gorgeous headline on your wedding cards.
For brides who expect relaxed and elegant weddings, it is a decent choice.
As one of our customers' most favorite script fonts, Allura is feminine but not too fancy. Slightly italic and angled, it looks fun but elegant, being a great option for the young as well as young at heart.
Lend a modern yet earthy touch to your designs with this formal but not too old-fashioned Bellerose serif font. It features clean lines and is a perfect choice for an accent font for names or headings. Match this classic font with an exquisite script font likee bickham script pro to make a nice visual impact.
Being skinny and lanky, Brotherhood fonts features playful and whimsical feeling. It is decorative with very fabulous flourishes and swashes and will surely catch anyone’s attention.
For brides who interpret their wedding styles as “stylish,” or “personalized,” Brotherhood script is the right font they’ve been looking for.
Champignon script’s curved swashes and angled letterforms give you wedding invitations vintage and aristocratic vibes. It features bold typeface with lathy loop details which give off a hand-drawn effect.
Coneria script font looks lean and round, adding some sentimental love to the designs, making for fun but classy wedding ambiance. Pair this nontraditional cute script with some minimal and formal fonts to wow your attendees.
With loopy curls, this quirky font are sure to set the tone for the ceremony with a sweet and pleasant feeling. Nothing is more enjoyable than imagine an idyllic country outdoor wedding on unfolding the most charming wedding invitations.
Add an eccentric and smooth touch to your wedding invitations with this handwritten script font. Honey script will lend gravitas and retro to your wedding cards that accompanies objects of antiquity.
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A luxury black-tie wedding always matches with invitations that is both romantic and modest. Mademoiselle Camille delivers all kinds of hand-sketched nature which looks lively and very stylish. If you’d describe your wedding to be a place with a cheerful burst of fresh air, then choose this most captivating font.
Featuring quirky and unique, Monmica will add a dash of retro personality to your wedding ceremony. This playful and elegant handwritten wedding font is sure to draw all the guests admiration.
Tangerine is a feminine calligraphic script that features handwritten letterforms, with subtle slant and medium weight. This chic and flowing script is perfect for use on wedding invitations, menu headers, and more.
Very formal and understated, Twilight is a font that always used as an eye-catching header and name to your wedding invitations. If your design sensibilities lean towards clean lines and simple graphics, then Twilight is nicely what you’re longing for.
Have a Try
Wordings in the invitations are media between you and your friends, indicating crucial details about your day. So, do make sure the fonts you choose to write the wordings look beautiful while expressing the information clearly.
We suggest using cursive and handmade scripts in Name or Quote part, and formal serif or sans serif fonts for Date and Address parts.
Or you may have your own preference. And if you have better ideas, please share with us in the comment and let more people know and get inspired!
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