Since I made my own wedding stationary, I’ve become quite the font-o-holic – which truly is a wonderful past time by the way.
The web is a superb resource for free fonts which you can download with a few clicks and then use for signage, wedding papers, guestbook, favour labels, your wedding website or whatever you feel like.
Even if you have already sourced your wedding stationery, you should definitely consider the fonts order for you and your groom to get the look that goes with your theme and style preference.
Design-nerds like me think it adds personality and interest to the vital design elements of your wedding, which can make a great deal of difference, how arbitrary it may sound!
In my own quest for wedding stationary inspiration, I did some research to see what typography awesome-ness the internet can provide. Adobe InDesign or Photoshop are not too difficult to learn, there are even online tutorials for beginners such as this one. And with simple tools you can be the designer of your own stationery!
When experimenting with graphic wedding design, try not to use too many different types, or it might look jumbled. Simplicity and cohesion gives an elegant impression and is more readable. Therefore, choose 3 fonts max per design.
You can always vary the fonts by using different sizes, bold or italic, some upper case and some lowercase.
I made this example just for you. I have very little training in graphic design, but it wasn’t too hard – I think you can do it too!
This invite template is free for your personal use if you leave a comment and email address in the comments field below.
I have used: I Love Glitter, Moon and Abraham Lincoln.
What I like about this kind of unconventional invite design is that it is modern, fun and full of character, with its cute whimsical twist.
I do want to dearly thank We Lived Happily Ever After for the beautiful free rustic graphics.
If you use a script font, don’t use more than one. Same with serif and sans serif fonts (serif is the little curl or foot at the ends of the letter) – choose one of each for a clutter-free typography that is both pleasing on the eye and easy to read.
I think at some point I might create a series of these for you cool chicks to download for free (so remember to follow this blog if you haven’t already – click the follow button in the right sidebar), but here you have a taster, and a collection of fabulous fonts to use in your wedding: signs, stationary, other printables that you choose.
I hope to have sparked your creative plugs – if I have please leave a comment below or even send a picture 🙂
If you love fonts for weddings why not check out our other collections – all our fonts are FREE:
Modern Elegance fonts
Awesome Hipster fonts
Romantic and Whimsy fonts
Fine Art font combos
WHERE TO FIND YOUR WHIMSICAL FONTS
Please not that free font are usually for Personal Use only, check the terms if you plan to use them commercially!
Anna & David – I love glitter
Ceremony – Autumn in November
Boutonnière – Abraham Lincoln
Maid of Honour – Elsie
Flower crown – Story book
Mason Jar – EsKalapa Muda
Succulent –Janda Stylish Script
Lawn games – DK Innuendo
Golden ring – Mightype script
First dance – Kitten bold
Baby’s breath – Matilde
Candle light – Northern lights
Garter – Les mysteries de Paris
Champagne – Channel
Photo booth – Aracne condensed
Sweet heart – Besom
Sparkler – Moon
Yours forever – Love moment
Did you like the fonts and would you use them in your own wedding? Please let us know by sharing your thoughts in the comments box below.
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