Five More Budget-Friendly Fonts for Your Wedding Invitations
Wedding season is here! If you’re DIYing your invitations, we’re sharing a fresh batch of font pairings that won’t break the bank.
Six Wedding Fonts for your Adventure Themed Wedding
This font family is so much fun – with 26 variations including script, serif and san-serif versions, you really can’t go wrong. Use the fonts paired together for your stationery suite, or pair the script font with another san-serif font to switch it up a bit. $28 – Buy it here
- Paired with: Banda
Burford Rustic is another font with many variations. With light, shadowed or distressed versions, there are a ton of different ways to style this for your invitations. It would be wonderful for a rustic, nautical or vintage style wedding, don’t you think? $30 – Buy it here
- Paired with: Adobe Caslon Pro
It is yet another brush font, but Daft Brush has a slightly more carefree feel to it than other brush fonts we’ve shared in the past. This would be perfect for a wedding with a backyard reception and would be lovely for a laid-back beach wedding. $29 – Buy it here
- Paired with: Novecento Wide
Looking for a bold but more traditional font for your invitations? Quincy has you covered. This would be wonderful for a bold, typography inspired wedding or for a couple who wants a classical or scholarly feel on their wedding day – it’s perfect without over-the-top flourishes of frills. $15 – Buy it here
- Paired with: Manus
The True North pack of fonts is a little more pricey, but it comes with two solid fonts that would be lovely for your DIY invitations. One is a thin, scripted font that adds the perfect touch of femininity, while the other has crisp lines plus a stamped feel that adds a bit of character to your suite. $45 – Buy it here
- Paired with: Century Gothic
What font pairing matches your wedding style the best? Share in the comments!