Post # 1
I am in desperate need of some help from the hive! It is time to print our invites and I am looking at the font we have, just your typical script-ish font and I really don’t like it! If you DIY-ed your invites, what font did you use?
Post # 3
I have a whole bunch of different fonts I downloaded if you want me to send them to you let me know your email address. I used to have a website that I could host them on but I don’t anymore.
I had no idea which one I wanted so I got them all and tried each one out with the look of my invites.
Post # 4
That would be great! [email protected]
Thank you sooo much!
Post # 5
Also, check out http://www.dafont.com for LOTS of free font downloads (and see samples)!
ETA: this post has a LOT of useful tips on fonts 🙂
Post # 7
I used two that I downloaded for free that I loved. If you google them by name they should come up: Trajunus (which is a print) and Baroque Script (which is cursive). I really liked how they looked and have gotten tons of compliments on them. They are being used basically on every piece of paper I DIY for our wedding!
Post # 9
I second the dafont.com suggestion – they have a ton of really nice ones! We’re using Windsong for our script font.
Post # 10
Check out this monster thread on the paper board:
Fonts, fonts, and more fonts…agh!
Post # 11
First- I love your invitations! So sweet looking! Very spring!
Second- I wish I could help, but I’m trying to figure this out too! I spent so much time hunting down awesome fonts that I now have OVER 325 fonts on my computer! Yikes! My absolute favorite, so far, is the Jane Austen font (found on dafont.com I believe). I used it to print the front of our STD envelopes. It’s elegant and flowy AND a great many people believed I’d actually written their envelope out by hand! Ha! Like I’m that talented! (My handwriting still looks like that of a 1st grader!)
Third- I actually like the font combination you already have on your invites! 🙂
Post # 12
Century Gothic. My fave font. So clean and modern.
Post # 13
mine is the font zebra was the main one from http://www.dafont.com
kinda funky retro, but simple 🙂
Post # 15
I used “existence” as our more plain font and Jellyka Saint-Andrew for our script. I love them! I have a list of font websites I download from so while I’m 99% sure they came from dafont.com they could have also come from any of these:
I’ll attach a photo of my invitations for you so you can see what my fonts look like.
Post # 16
I used Champagne & Limosines (type) and Monterey BT (script). I downloaded both from dafont.com. Good luck!