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21 Favorite Fonts | Part 3

The third and final installment of my favorite fonts is here! Thanks for all your sweet comments, I know it’s nerdy, but I always love discovering new fonts, so I hope these have been helpful for you as well! Keep in mind that although a majority of the fonts are free, some are only available for purchase. It’s also important to read the terms of use that come with each font before you use them. Often times, free fonts are only available for personal use, so as often as the terms of use gets overlooked, double check how you can use the fonts before you go creating 400 wedding invitations. Just an idea.

Here’s the last 8!

(Just a reminder, click the name of the font and you’ll be redirected to the site to buy or download)

I LOVE LOVE this font and I’ve been using it a lot lately (maybe even too much?) I recently used it on a bridal shower invitation and I’m so happy with the way it turned out. The font has a subtleness about it (sometimes almost too subtle, so I’ve made it bold more often than not).

This font was a splurge, but a splurge I’m OK with. I use this font a lot on Christmas cards, wedding invitations, etc. It also comes with a flourish version, which is a little more swirly.

An easily readable font that stands out from a distance. This site is really cool too because it’s called a font co-op, and you basically name your price for a font. All of the proceeds go directly to the designer of the font! How cool is that?

This one is very similar to the lullaby font, but a little less freeform. Perfect for a cowboy-themed birthday!

Does this font not scream “beach”? It’s hard to find cursive fonts that flow together nicely with no gap, but this is one of the few I’ve found that I really like and find easy to work with.

Raleway is hard to read from a distance, but if the color contrasts enough, it can work. Plus, it looks really clean, simple, and modern.

Another southern-inspired font. No explanation needed, it’s just pretty.

And finally, another typewriter font, because you can never have too many typewriter fonts, right?

Here’s a breakdown of ALL the fonts again, go download them, enjoy them, make something pretty, and then show me!

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2 Comments Post a comment
  1. Love them all! Thanks for sharing :)

    July 10, 2012
  2. I like the traveling typewriter one :]

    July 10, 2012

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