If you’d like to DIY your wedding stationery and fancy the calligraphy look without the hard work, then check out these 20 free calligraphy fonts that you can nab to create your wedding cards.
Wedding Stationery with calligraphy text has been one of the prettiest wedding trends for a few years now and it isn’t going anywhere just yet! In an ideal world, we’d all be master calligraphers and would create all our wedding invitations by hand. But… not everyone has time for that.
So, check out the 20 best FREE calligraphy fonts:
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Grab your favorite font here: 1. Marcelle | 2. Bilbo Swish Caps | 3. La Belle Aurore | 4. Lobster Two | 5. Lavanderia | 6. Learning Curve | 7. Great Vibes | 8. Meie Script | 9. Black Jack | 10. Playball | 11. Autumn Chant | 12. Hello Script | 13. Castro Script | 14. Housegrind | 15. Salsabilla | 16. Paduka Script | 17. Jane Austen | 18. Prologue Script | 19. Spirulina | 20. Spring Time
Each of these free calligraphy fonts to download is free, as long as it’s for personal use – but please always ensure that you check the usage restrictions yourself.
How to download fonts to use in your wedding invitations
Before you go and download a font you like, check to see if it’s already installed on your computer. A quick way to do this is to open a Word document on your computer and scroll through the fonts that are available – you might be surprised!
Fonts will download to your computer as either an OTF or TTF zipped file (If you have a choice between OTF and TTF, choose OTF). Open the font folder on your computer, double click on the OTF/ TTF file you want to download and click ‘install font’ when prompted.
Restart your computer and your new font should now be available for use on your computer (and on design programs such as Picmonkey*). Easy peasy!
Need more help on how to use free calligraphy fonts for wedding stationery?
Fear not, I’ve got your back…
- It starts with your theme – check out this post on how to pick your wedding style
- Find out if you should you buy or DIY your wedding stationery
- Check out my ultimate guide on DIY wedding invitations
- Be sure to follow this advice if you’re printing your own wedding invitations at home
- Want more free font inspiration? Check out 11 of the prettiest brush script fonts
Can’t find a free font you like? Consider investing in a premium font
Not that enamored with any of the options above? Why not check out some premium calligraphy fonts that you can purchase from Etsy or Creative Market – these are usually priced from about $15-25. I invested in a premium font for our wedding and it was totally worth the $20 I paid.
I’ve curated my favourites available from Creative Market at the moment, see if any take your fancy?
So, you have so many choices when it comes to gorgeous calligraphy script fonts for wedding invitations!
Which of the best free calligraphy fonts is your favorite?