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Our Favorite Font Pairings for Your Funny Valentine

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Mariah Danielson

Valentine’s Day wouldn’t be the same without candy conversation hearts. so we’re sharing our favorite fonts pairings in the form of our favorite conversation heart phrases! Whether you are DIYing your wedding invitations or crafting your own Valentine cards, these fonts are fun options with a budget savvy price!

BSB Favorite Font Pairings for February

Great Fonts for DIY Valentine’s Projects!

1. Levitte Script

A little bit whimsical and a little bit loopy, Levitte Script is an awesome choice for your Valentines or wedding invitations. The extra detail that goes into the flourishes is perfect for your wedding suite, and the extra flower ornaments that are paired with this font make it an even better value. $15 – Buy it here

2. Aniara

This playful font would be so much fun to use on your bold & colorful wedding invitations. Aniara has a geometric, crafted-out-of-construction-paper feel to it that would be perfect for displaying your names and wedding date on your main invitation card, and it would translate into your wedding signage as well. $19 – Buy it here

3.  Native

Looking for a font for your whiskey or prohibition era inspired wedding? Native is the font for you. The handmade look this font has makes it look like it was letterpressed right onto your invitation giving it that vintage, American-made feel. $15 – Buy it here

4. $16 – Buy it here

Duckbite is a modern calligraphy font that possesses a lot of great character. The shape of each letter was thoughtfully crafted, making it the perfect font for your wedding invitations or Valentine cards. When you purchase this font, you also get a san-serif style that pairs perfectly with the script font, so you’re getting a great deal! $16 – Buy it here

5. Minty

Mint is definitely an in color right now, and this font should be no different. The brush calligraphy and watercolor feel makes it perfect for your clever Valentines or spring wedding invitations. Use it to spell out your names and date, or use it in your wedding day signage. Either way, this versatile font is a fun one to have in your arsenal. $18 – 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.