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Five More Budget-Friendly Fonts for your Wedding Invitations!

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Mariah Danielson

Summertime is a great time of year to throw all of your pre-wedding parties – the engagement party, the showers & the bachelorette party are all tons of fun when you can celebrate in the warm weather.

Today we’re sharing 5 more font pairings for your wedding invitations or stationery – and in this case we’re focusing on all of the party invitations you and your wedding party will be sending out.



1. Smitten

Smitten is a nice thick brush font that is trending right now, it’s great for a sparkly bachelorette party. Pair it with a simple, lowercase font and you’re good to go!  $12 – Buy it here

2. Giza Pro

Throwing a 1920’s themed shower or bachelorette party? This is your font. Giza Pro has the perfect look for a flapper style party and the perfect amount of Art Deco sophistication to make this an event to remember.   $25 – Buy it here

3. Bohemienne

Bohemienne is a fun new font for an whimsical, happy invitation design. With a few cute loops and swoops but not too many extras, this one is definitely one to have in your font library. $18 – Buy it here

4. Microbrew

Hosting a hipster couple’s shower? Microbrew is your font! It has the perfect amount of distress and is a great font for a mustache bearing, bowtie wearing, craft beer drinking man and his bride to be!  $24– Buy it here

5. Aura Blue

This font is quickly becoming a favorite – with a little bit different take on the modern calligraphy trend, Aura Blue has the perfect amount of personality for your invitations. And at $15, you can have tons of fun with it. $15– Buy it here


What are your shower or bachelorette party themes? Share them 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.