Post # 1
Does anyone know of a font similar to the one used on the invitation in the image below that’s FREE?
I don’t know what the actual font is but I’m guessing it isn’t free and we don’t have it in our budget to be paying for fonts when there are so many other costs… so I’d love to find something similar! Thanks 🙂
Post # 3
try using this website:
I do think it is one you can get for free, but I can’t for the life of me think of what it is called
Post # 4
Here are some in Microsoft Word 97-2003 that are just on my computer…
Script MT Bold
Hope those help!
Post # 5
trying to be as helpful as possible here 🙂 Try just googling "free Fonts" there are tons of websites wiht hundreds of free fonts that you can browse through and download to use on your home computer for example http://www.1001freefonts.com
thers so many fonts out there youre best bet is to browse a free site for one that you like. even a trained graphec designer can only identify somany fonts by sight 😉
Funny story! My dads second wedding; all his reception tables were font names! Helvetica, times new roman, Century gothic, etc..
Post # 6
You can also try checking out http://www.dafont.com
@SansSerif–your dad’s table names may be the nerdiest thing I have ever heard. And that is a HUGE compliment coming from me.
Post # 7
I secnd ErinMarguerite with her suggestion of dafont.com. They have some of the coolest fonts there.
And if I were a shade or two nerdier, I would TOTALLY name my tables font names! Then again, this is coming from someone who works with fonts and text and type all day at work so it might actually be appropriate. Sigh.
Post # 8
You can also try
You’ll be amazed at the huge selection of free fonts available! I bet you’ll be able to find something similar to the one in the photo you linked.
Post # 9
Hehe, he’s a huge nerd! he sat everyone he didnt really like at "Avant Garde". But that was the only thing geeky about the wedding, it wsa the best party i’ve ever been to 🙂