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Five Perfect Font Pairings for Your National Park Wedding Invitations

Autumn is the perfect time of year for a wedding in the woods, so today I'm sharing 5 font pairings perfect for your National Park wedding. If you're DIYing your invitations or are looking for font inspiration to share with your invitation designer, consider these budget-friendly fonts for your invitation designs:

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1. Bonerica

This one is the perfect font for a fall wedding because it has a little bit of a ‘Halloween-y' feel to it without being over the top spooky. Extra points if you use it and you're getting married in Rocky Mountain National Park! $12 – Buy it here

2. Desiderata

Desiderata may just be my new favorite display font. The way the uppercase and lowercase letters work together is perfect, and it has just the right amount of distressing to work for both vintage and rustic affairs.  $16 – Buy it here

3. Northless

If you're looking for a bold, script font, Northless is the font for you. It's hand painted design is perfect for wedding invites and would look sweet on your wedding signage throughout your venue. $12 – Buy it here

4. Baystyle

This font is sweet and has a sweet price. Just $12 gets you a mix of whimsical wedding and stylish soiree – your DIY invitations will be stunning with Baystyle. $12 – Buy it here

5. Toxine

Toxine is another font that is perfect for an October wedding. With a distressed feel, it was modeled after vintage bottle labels – wouldn't this be great for a prohibition era style wedding day? You could do some fun things with Toxine. $12 – Buy it here

Would you hold your wedding in a National Park? Share your thoughts in the comments!

 


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.