I’m a massive font junkie – especially pretty calligraphy and script fonts that are amazing for wedding stationery. At the moment I’m really digging brush script fonts – I love the handwritten vibe and especially adore fonts where you can almost see the brush strokes of the designer.
I’ve pulled together 11 of my favourite brush script fonts that you might fancy for your own wedding stationery or other projects. These range from paid-for options to some zingers that are completely free!
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Grab your favourite font here: 1. Loveline Brush Script + Swashes, $15 | 2. Gineva Script Font, $12 | 3. Kosmos, $6 | 4. Spelling Night, $10 | 5. The Flower City, $15 | 6. Coffeebreak, free to use once a Premium Picmonkey user | 7. Brush-Tip Texe, free to use once a Premium Picmonkey user | 8. Beyond the Mountains, free for personal use | 9. Broadcast Matter, free for personal use | 10. Mayton, free for personal use| 11. Nightingale, free for personal use
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In order to use the font you like, simply download it to your computer, install it, restart and it will be ready for you to use in any program you choose to design your stationery. The font options in Picmonkey are available for free if you’re a Premium user, which gives you access to a whole range of fonts, graphics and really cool options for making wedding stationery – therefore, if you want to design your stationery using Picmonkey you’re all set and don’t need to download the fonts separately.
I’ve paired the brush fonts above with a simple modern font which I think sets them off very well and this is a tip for any stationery you’re designing. The font I’ve used above is Josefin Sans and it’s available for free! And once you have your favourite font locked down, be sure to check out my Ultimate Guide on DIY Wedding Invitations for tons of advice and inspiration on making your own stationery