Five Font Pairings Inspired by Wedding Flowers

It's the time of the year when wedding season is in full swing and flowers are in full bloom. Just about everyone you follow is posting pictures of their gorgeous peonies on Instagram and all of the wedding inspiration you find is filled with gorgeous cascading bouquets of flowers that are to die for. Today we're sharing five font pairings inspired by wedding flowers that are perfect for your summer wedding invitations.

Font Pairings Inspired by Wedding Flowers | Budget Savvy Bride

1. Alouette

Alouette is a modern calligraphy font that pairs perfect with peonies – they're both sweet and simple but add tons of impact to your event. With effortless flow, Alouette would be the perfect font for your wedding day signage or thank you cards. $12 – Buy it here

2. Recorda

Classic and simple with a slight art deco feel, Recorda is a perfect font for your chic wedding and will pair amazingly with your bouquet of anemones. With a few fun details that add character to your invitations, Recorda is a lovely font for the special details on your stationery. $5 – Buy it here

3. Cool Brittania

Have you ever seen a wedding bouquet that featured snowberries? If so, then you knowย the whimsy and fun impact they can make, which pairs perfectly with the Cool Brittania font. Cool Brittania is actually a set of two fonts – one san serif and one script font that,ย when used together, add so much fun to your invitation suite. Use this font (and these berries) for your bright and colorful summer wedding and you won't be disappointed! $16 – Buy it here

4. Clarkson Script

Hydrangea – the new classic wedding flower that is filling your Pinterest feed with beautiful bouquets and stunning centerpieces. Such a versatile flower deserves an equally versatile and lovely font, and that's where Clarkson Script comes in. This font has a playful and classic feel that would makes it wonderful for your wedding stationery. $15 – Buy it here

Pair it with: St Ryde

5. Crystal Sky

Garden Roses are also growing in popularity in wedding bouquets, and I think it has everything to do with the layers and layers of petals the bloom perfectly to create a bunch of show-stopping blooms, especially when paired with other flowers that have the same impact. Crystal Sky pairs perfectly with the garden rose – clean, classy and authentic. This font comes with lots of fun alternatives as well as a lovely all-caps version that comes in handy when you're working on your wedding invitations. $16 – Buy it here

Pair it with: Citiva Light

What flowers are you using in your wedding – share them in the comments!

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