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More (Budget-Friendly) Fonts for Your Wedding Invitations

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Mariah Danielson

Are you ready for some more fun, budget-friendly fonts for your DIY wedding invitations? Here are five new font pairings that won’t break the bank.




1. Caferus:

This is great font with some fun overlay options to create different looks for different pieces in your wedding stationery set. You can keep it plain, or add embellishments on top of or behind your wording to create a layered look. $19 – Buy it here


2. Carolinea Typeface:

I love this font because it has the perfect mix of brush and hand-drawn elements without being too cutesy. It’s perfect if you’re looking for a script font, but not something too feminine. $15 – Buy it here


3. Glowist:

Glowist is a wonderful hand drawn display font that has a rustic feel, but the embellishments give it a fancier look. This is a perfect font for your vintage style wedding invitations. $15 – Buy it here


4. Emerson:

Emerson is the font you think of when you think of fun, modern calligraphy. This whimsical font has the perfect amount of swoops and swirls and is great for your light and airy wedding. $15 – Buy it here


5. Wilder:

This font is another that has a few different options once you purchase and download. You can use it with the slightly stamped look shown here, or you can choose more crisp, solid versions. Either way, it’s a wonderful font for your signage and invitations. $12 – Buy it here


What are your favorite fonts for wedding invitations? Share in the comments!


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Mariah Danielson

is a graphic designer and marketer who combined her love of weddings, antiques and DIY projects to create her dream career. She is the owner of Oh, What Love, a wedding stationery and decor company and owns an antique store in her small hometown in Iowa.