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5 Fabulous Fonts for Your Wedding Invites

Even in this day and age of e-mails and instant messaging, the wedding invitation has stood the test of time and is still one of the strongest remnants of an age where pen and paper were the method of choice for communicating. This tradition has been given a modern twist though, via the sheer number of fonts one can choose from online to render the information of your entourage’s names and wedding details on pretty paper. Fonts can make or break the look of an invite (or the program and menu cards on your wedding reception tables). Two key things to consider when picking wedding fonts: they must be readable, and they must go with the theme of your wedding. Whether you’re going for classy formal, chic casual, or downright wacky, there is a font out there that will go with your wedding. Quick tip: test out the script by typing in yours and your partner’s names to see how it looks and if you fancy it! Here are some of our favorite wedding fonts (and they’re all downloadable and absolutely free!):

1. Exmouth

Possibly the closest match to the classic wedding font of yonder (it probably would very closely match the first thought bubble that comes to your head when someone says “wedding font”), this font is brimming with elegance and class.

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2. Better Together

If you’re after something whimsical, this very aptly named font is the way to go. It’s playful, happy, and amusing. Your wedding will feel straight out of a storybook.

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3. Champagne & Limousines

If you want to veer away from the traditional swirly script that makes up most wedding invites, go for minimalism and opt for this sleek, clean font that is simple but very classy.

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4. Sweet Hipster

Another playful, whimsical, happily ever after font. Not too swirly, but not too minimalistic either.

Download link: srisopha/sweet-hipster

5. Beyond Wonderland

If you want something old-fashioned and rustic, look no further than this very medieval-looking font (think Lancelot and Guinevere). You can even write this on scrolls to nail the theme, if you wish.

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Text by: Yasha Barretto

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