When it comes to wedding fonts, I am a self-labeled typography nut.
When it came down to creating my own wedding invitations, programs and other stationery, I literally spent days scrounging the internet for the perfect font. Specifically, I was looking for one that would be modern/contemporary, but still pretty and frilly enough because it was a wedding. The fact is, the right font says it all and likely it’s almost as important as the graphics or pictures you include in your stationery. It can tell a guest immediately if the wedding will be fun + laid back or black tie formal.
And while there are numerous wedding fonts out there that you can purchase, I thought it might be nice to share some wedding fonts I’ve come across that are FREE. We love free right?
If you’re not sure how to add a new font, there’s loads of tutorials online.
This is definitely one of the most popular free fonts out there for wedding invitations. A totally pretty script that’s classic, yet modern.
I just came across this gem a couple weeks ago. It’s definitely one of my new favorites.
Likely, your computer will already have this font. It’s my all-time favorite when it comes to making contemporary styled stationery. For my own wedding stationery, this is the font that I used, although I chose to write all my text in caps.
This one’s got the curls. It’s a fun and sweet font.
While I love this font, avoid using this for large amounts of text. It’s quite stretched out, so it’s often hard to read. However, if you’re using it in a large format or just for your wedding names, this is definitely a pretty one.
Another pretty one for a more formal event.
Sweet, but be careful about the large spaces between words when using this font.
Easy to read and entirely classic.
I hoped that helped! Don’t hesitate to share some of your favorites wedding fonts by leaving a comment for this post. If you have any questions, let me know!
Also, remember to read our article about ” 8 wedding hairstyles from the classic bride “.