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Five Fonts for Your Wedding Reception Signage

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Affordable fonts for your wedding invitations and wedding reception signage
Mariah Danielson

Your reception is where the real wedding day fun begins and where the party starts, so today we’re sharing 5 font pairings for all events at the reception. These fonts work well for your DIY invitations, the welcome packages for your guests at the hotel or in your wedding reception signage – and they’re all affordable!


1. Gullever

If you’re not into the modern calligraphy trend and are looking for a more traditional script font to use on your invites or signage, Gullever is the font you’ve been searching for. It’s both elegant and easy to read and has some extra flourishes that add a little more detail. $15 – Buy it here

2. Fetridge

Looking for a font with a hint of masculinity that oozes a hipster vibe? Fetridge is your font. It comes with the bonus font Outfitter, which is a little more scripty so together these fonts are a slam dunk. $15 – Buy it here

3. Eveleth

Eveleth is a letterpress font family that includes many different font weights and fun extras – the one shown in the graphic above only represents one of 16 different options this font comes with! It’s perfect for your vintage rustic wedding or for bold signage, and the extra characters that come with would make exceptional motifs for your signs or invitations – well worth the higher price tag!  $49 – Buy it here

4. Halfback

Halfback is definitely the kind of calligraphy font you want in your arsenal. It’s a dry brush font which gives it great character and it has some fun extras that come with. It’d be perfect for listing your cupcake flavors at the dessert table or complimentary drinks at the bar, and you can use it later for your thank you or Christmas cards.  $15 – Buy it here

5. Lovefern

Lovefern is a font that will have people wondering if you hand lettered your invitations yourself. It’s ‘dancing baseline’ as the artist describes has a very realistically drawn feeling to it, and the extra swashes make it a very versatile font that can be used in a variety of ways. Wouldn’t your escort cards look lovely using Lovefern? I think so.  15 – Buy it here


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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.