Favorite (Budget-Savvy) Fonts for Your DIY Wedding Invitations
If you’re planning an autumn wedding, you’ve started to work on your wedding invitations. And if you’re planning on DIYing your invites, fun new fonts that won’t break the bank are almost as exciting as the proposal itself (okay, maybe not that exciting).
Today we’re sharing 5 more font pairings for your wedding invitations. There’s a little something for everyone this month!
1. Hudson NY:
Hudson NY is a wonderful block letter font with three different variations, which makes it a wonderful addition to your font library and great for your wedding invitations. If you’re looking for something strong & a little more masculine than a script font, this one is a perfect option. $30 – Buy it here
- Pair it with: Silverfake
- Pair it with: Blair ITC
3. Intro Rust:
This one is the most expensive of the group, but for $49 you get 214 versions of this font – including serif, a san-serif and script versions and distressed overlays to create just about any look you want. With Intro Rust, you can build so many different designs! $49 – Buy it here
- Pair it with: Museo Sans
This is another font that comes with a few different versions, and when they’re paired together they make quite the design impact. I like Tropen for a sweet and simple wedding with some fun typographical details and great pops of color. $19 – Buy it here
- Pair it with: Cheddar Jack
Asterism is one of those fonts that is always in my font arsenal because it has such great character. It has a truly hand-lettered feel, which makes it great to use in wedding invitations. You won’t regret using this font! $30 – Buy it here
- Pair it with: Calisto
DIYing your wedding invitations? What fonts are you using? Share in the comments!