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Five Font Pairings Inspired By Wedding Accessories

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Mariah Danielson

A wedding is only as lovely as it’s accessories, right? Today we’re sharing five font pairings for your DIY invitations or wedding signage that are inspired by wedding accessories!

Font Pairings Inspired By Wedding Accessories

1. Boulevard Script

Dreaming of a bohemian wedding with beachy wave topped with a floral crown and a ceremony with mountain views? Boulevard Script is the font for you! It is whimsical with its swirls, and the decorative characters are the perfect way to announce your upcoming marriage. $15 – Buy it here

2. Harrlems

If you’re looking to get a bang for your buck and love a handmade with a touch of vintage feel, then you’re looking for Harrlems font. It by itself is romantic and playful, but it’s paired with a new font & some fun ornamental extras that will take your invitations to the next level. Mix and match these fonts for fun invitation that you’ll be excited to send out. $15 Buy it here

3. Weinston Typeface

Nothing goes better than a vintage inspired beaded capelet than a vintage typeface that matches the era of your wedding. With a rustic yet classic feel, Weinston Typeface is a lovely choice for both your invitations and wedding signage. Plus, the bonus icons that are included with the font are fun to use in your design pieces as well. $15 Buy it here

4. Glorious Sunday

A wedding just isn’t the same without the dreamiest wedding shoes you can find, and your invitations aren’t the same without a dreamy font to share the details of your most special day. This font – Glorious Sunday is just the font to create the dreaminess you’re looking for. Plus, it’s double font and comes with both a script typeface and a san-serif typeface, which is everything you need for your invitations!

5. Jamie Woods

A sweet and simple wedding clutch would pair perfectly with this sweet font – Jamie Woods. With a clean and handmade feel, it’s whimsy feel is perfect for invitations. Pair it with another simple font, or something with a bit of swirl to it to make this font live up to it’s full potential!

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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.