Budget-Friendly Fonts for Your Wedding Invitations
We’re back again this week with 5 more budget-friendly font pairings for your DIY wedding invitations!
The best part? They’re each $15.00 or less!
What a fun font for a vintage style wedding! The best part about this font is it is actually two different fonts – one script font and one serif font. So if you’re looking for a set to use for your invitations, you’ll get more bang for your buck with Bladekade. $15 – Buy it here
- Pair it with: Antipasto
In a world of brush font popularity, this font is perfection. It looks great in all caps, and when you use both uppercase and lowercase you get lots of little swirls that you don’t normally see in brush fonts. $15 – Buy it here
- Pair it with: Modern No. 20
3. Rude Cookie
This is another font that comes as a set with both a script font and a serif font, The script font is perfect for the important things on your invitations like your names and the names of the venues, while the serif font would be great for the other wording. And you get 3 other variations of this font for layering and embellishing! $15 – Buy it here
- Pair it with: Nexa
If you’re looking for something more simple for your invitations, Longshore is a great choice. It’s not to frilly or distressed, and it has the perfect amount of swooping on the J’s, R’s and Q’s. $15 – Buy it here
- Pair it with: Bookman Old Style
Jackham has an old-school feel to it with added imperfections here and there to create a nostalgic feel. This font is perfect if your wedding is going to be a little edgier or if you love the vintage tattoo look! $12 – Buy it here
- Pair it with: Caviar Dreams
Are you DIY-ing your wedding invitations? Share your favorite fonts in the comments!