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Five Font Pairings for your Wedding Menu

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Mariah Danielson

If you’re planning a spring or summer wedding, you’re probably finalizing your wedding menu right now! Choosing the options for you and your guests to enjoy is fun, and choosing fonts for your DIY wedding menu can be just as enjoyable. Today we’re sharing 5 font pairings for your wedding menu that are unique and won’t break the bank!

Five Font Pairings for Your Wedding Menu - The Budget Savvy Bride

1. Primadona

How cute is Primadona? It’s a new modern calligraphy font with lots of flourishes that would be a perfect font for your wedding menu if you are hosting a feminine and bright wedding day. $15 – Buy it here

2. Sequel

As someone who loves a good hand-drawn or letterpressed looking font, Sequel is the perfect option for a rustic or hip wedding menu. It’s simple and bold and has some fun options for simple words like ‘and’ and ‘the’. $12 – Buy it here

3. Rusted Brushpen

Hosting a barn wedding? Rusted Brushpen is the font you’re looking for. It’s a wonderful modern brush script font with a grunge effect that is perfect for a wedding with a rustic vibe. And if you’re looking for a non-grungy version, you can purchase Golden Brush. $13 – Buy it here

4. Cutiejuice

Cutiejuice is the perfect font for your bright, bohemian, flower-filled spring wedding. It’s fun and free-spirited, making it a lovely choice to use for your menu. And how cute would it be on your wedding signage and thank you notes? $12 – Buy it here

5. The Wild Things

The Wild Things is the perfect font duo for your Pacific Northwest or mountain inspired wedding. The font includes a hand drawn cursive font and a san-serif matching font with the perfect thickness for your wedding menus. Its a great pair to add to your font arsenal! $16 – Buy it here 

What is on your wedding menu? Share 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.