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25 Beautiful Wedding Fonts To Download (Free & Paid)

Updated: Aug 26, 2022

Typography is considered as one of the main aspect of graphic design and we designers can agree on that. There are a lot of techniques that undergoes in the process of making an invitation card visually appealed. Designers tends to focus on picking design elements that perfectly matches the respective tradition. Elements such as color scheme, patterns, ornaments, and most importantly fonts. Having a perfect combination of font adds value to a design and can play a huge role in beautifying it.


Script, serif and calligraphy are the most common types of fonts used for weddings, as well as ceremony, birthday, greetings, invitations and events. They're perfect fonts for wedding initials as they're both stylish and make designs pop out. Picking the right font to add into a invitation design can elevate the mood and gives the guests a sense of what to expect. Your chosen font might go great in save the date cards and reception place cards.


25 Beautiful Wedding Fonts To Download (Free & Paid)

Below is a list of 25 best beautiful wedding fonts that can set the perfect mood of your invitation design. Some of these listed fonts are either paid, free for personal use or free for both personal and commercial use. But first let's discuss a little bit more about wedding fonts.





Types of Fonts to Consider for Your Invitations


Fonts are not just limited to bold, regular and italic but they also comes in various styles. If you want to learn which font style is best suitable for your design, then understanding the basics will help you find the ideal one for your invitations. Here are some given main styles of font that you can use in your invitations.


Script Fonts

Script typefaces are based upon the varied and often fluid stroke created by handwriting. Script fonts gives a formal vibe and are grounded in traditional styling. They are generally used for display or trade printing, rather than for extended body text in the Latin alphabet. Some Greek alphabet typefaces, especially historically, have been a closer simulation of handwriting.


Serif Fonts

A serif is a small line or stroke regularly attached to the end of a larger stroke in a letter or symbol within a particular font or family of fonts. These fonts are great for print design. A typeface or "font family" making use of serifs is called a serif typeface, and a typeface that does not include them is sans-serif.


Calligraphy Fonts

Calligraphy fonts are used to give typefaces with a handwriting feel. Such fonts provide a hand-drawn immediacy to any project. This increasingly popular category of typefaces offers a wide range of moods and styles.


Sans Serif Fonts

A sans-serif or simply sans letterform is a font that does not have extending features called "serifs" at the end of strokes. These fonts are the cleanest letters, with no extra flourishes or feet Sans-serif typefaces tend to have less stroke width variation than serif typefaces. Sans serif typefaces are often used to signify something clean, minimal, friendly, or modern.

 

Things To Do While Picking A Wedding Font


  • You need first to make sure it's easy to read

  • Let Your Wedding Style Inform Your Font Choice

  • Understand Typeface Styles

  • If you plan on using bold or italics, be sure to try it out to make sure it looks good on your chosen font

  • It's also a great idea to print out your wedding font to check its appearance on paper

  • the weight and texture of the paper you're using is also going to affect how the font looks.

 

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How Many Fonts Should An Invitation Have?


A good invitation design contains too many texts in a limited space. To make it look readable and elegant at the same time means to use more than one type of font style. The number of fonts one should use in an invitation design is not fixed but generally two or three typefaces are good. This will keep your design minimal and consistent.