Free Wedding Fonts
Need free wedding fonts for invites, place cards, or your Save the Date? September and October are the most popular wedding months, so the season is just getting going. These 4 freebies are the perfect start, whether you need a last-minute accent or you're planning a year in advance.
Free Wedding Font #1: Petit Formal Script
While formal scripts look great printed and can convey elegance and quality, many scripts don't do well in a digital format. This script was designed specifically for use on the web and retains readability even at smaller sizes, making it perfect for print and digital applications.
Your presence is requested
This free wedding font pairs well with a light, all-caps option like Montserrat, also available free from Google Fonts.
Free Wedding Font #2: WindSong
Swooping and whimsical, WindSong looks great for larger accent text, headlines, and names.
Mr. & Mrs. Smith
WindSong pairs well with a simple, clean font like Josefin Sans, also available free from Google Fonts.
Free Wedding Font #3: Quintessential
Going classic? Quintessential is, well, a quintessential calligraphic lettering style that's a great time-saving substitute to handwritten calligraphy for wedding invitations.
The Jones Family, 1234 Address Lane
Quintessential font pairs well with a neat serif font like Merriweather, also available free from Google Fonts.
Free Wedding Font #4: Mrs Saint Delafield
Want to really lean into calligraphy? Mrs Saint Delafield is a great option for Save the Dates, place cards, and signage at the wedding.
Welcome to the Wedding
Mrs Saint Delafield pairs well with a simple, clean font like Josefin Sans, also available free from Google Fonts.
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