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More Font Ideas For Your Wedding Stationery

As I mentioned in an earlier post, the fonts you choose for your stationery help set the tone for the entire event. If you have a theme for your wedding, be it the 60s, Arabian nights or a Victorian tea party, you can be sure there is a font out there that works.

Of course, even if you don’t have a wedding theme, you still need fonts, and fortunately, there are tons of free fonts available online. Below are some examples of cool fonts that I really like. Read my “How To Add Fonts To Your Computer” post if you need help finding and downloading them. For layout ideas, check out some of my tutorials:

Handwriting Fonts
For a more informal look, fonts simulating handwriting are great, and give the whole affair a more laid back, casual feel.

Handwriting FontsBernhard Fashion BT
Bettys Hand
Brush Script
Brush Flash
Dali
Daniela
Handscript
Joe Hand 2
LizzieLongstocking
Mistral
Stylograph
Tekton Bold

Classic Sans Serif Fonts
Some classic fonts that always are in style are the sans serif Helvetica, Optima, Gill Sans and Arial. It’s hard to go wrong with either of them. For a similar look with a tad more pizzazz, check out Champagne & Limousines. It’s a bit more rounded with thin, elegant lines.

sansseriffontsArial
Avian
Aubrey
Berlin Sans FB
Champagne & Limousines
Gill Sans
Helvetica
Optima
Tyro Sans

Script Fonts
These fonts give the invitation a nice formal look. If you don’t want to use them for the entire text, they are great for making the bride and groom’s names stand out.

scriptfontsAdine Kirnberg Script
Champignon
English Script
Kunstler Script
Linotype Zapfino
Nuptial Script
Park Avenue
Ribbon 131 Bold BT

Small Caps
Small caps are very popular and add a sophisticated feel. And they are easy to read.

smallcapsAtlantic Inline-Normal
Bank Gothic Light BT
Biondi
Carleton
Copperplate Gothic Light
Encino
Farfel ICG
Graverplate
Kismet-Normal
LitographLight
Perpetua titling
Socrates

Miscellaneous Favorites
These are a few other of my favorite fonts that don’t really fit into any of the other categories:

miscfavfontsAerofoil
Arcane Wide
Architecture
Colonna MT
Croix Regular
Elisia Openface Regular
Papyrus
Stylus BT
University

What about fonts for the aforementioned 60s, Arabian nights or a Victorian tea party themes? I think any one of these would work nicely:

1960s
1960fontsAlba
BellBottomLaser
Dreamland
LMS Hippy Chick

Arabian Nights
arabianfontsArabian
Arabolical
XXII Arabian Onenightstand
Kara Ben Nemsi

Victorian Tea Party
victorianfontsArmenian Circus
Belshaw
Trinigan

Happy font hunting! 🙂

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