Five Font Pairings for the Recently Engaged Bride
A new year means lots of new engagements – if you’re one of the brides-to-be sporting a shiny new rock, we have five font pairings for your DIY wedding invitations.
Glorious Sunday is a fun, mix and match type font that comes with 2 great typefaces and lots of extras. It’s perfect for a modern or whimsical style wedding and would be equally wonderful for your save the dates or shower invitations! $15 – Buy it here
- Pair it with: Century Gothic
Modern calligraphy fonts are very popular right now, which makes Elastic a great pick for your invites. Perfect for spelling out your names or your wedding date, pair it with a more simple font for the additional wording and you’ll have a lovely set of invitations. $15 – Buy it here
- Pair it with: Proxima Nova
Looking for a fantastic brush font for your invitations? Atmosphere is the one for you! With an inexpensive price tag and wonderful brush strokes, this is one font that works well for many different styles of wedding – from modern to rustic and just about everything in between. $16 – Buy it here
- Pair it with: Indie Regular
If you’re looking for a non-handwritten, bolder and more contemporary font, Neretto is a lovely option. With a style that’s perfect for titling your names or date, it has a classic feel with some fun stylistic alternatives. It’s perfect for your bold or masculine wedding. $12 – Buy it here
- Pair it with: Oblik
The least expensive of the round-up and maybe the most beautiful, Michaela Script is the perfect font for your soft pink, über romantic wedding day. Imagine your wedding details written out in this lovely script! Definitely one to add to your font library. $10 – Buy it here
- Pair it with: Modern No. 20
Did you get engaged over the holidays? Share your story in the comments!