Please note: This article was originally posted on one of my former blogs; it was transitioned to this website on March 5, 2017. Graphics may still reflect the name of the former website.
Stunning script fonts offer elegant additions to wedding invitations, note cards, wall art, product packaging and more.
Fancy, wispy, and delicate, I’ve offered examples of usage for each script font. And you can find a link to each font below its image.
Many of them are free for personal use. A few of them are for purchase. And others can be used commercially with permission. You can follow the links to find out more.
(Credits for photos and design elements are at the very bottom.)
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Here are 10 Stunning Script Fonts:
Share These Script Fonts on Pinterest
I really enjoy working with fancy and free script fonts. They add a little special something to whatever surface they’ve been applied to, and they’re so memorable. If you think others might find these fonts to be of use, feel free to pin the image below.
Did I Miss Any?
I’m certain that I missed many script fonts. There’s no way I could’ve included all the ones I enjoy using (I’m sure you font lovers out there understand 🙂 ). If you have a favorite script font, or you’ve recently discovered a new one, please share them with us below.
All photos were downloaded from Unsplash
All light blue/teal watercolor arrangements, branches and wreaths were created by Zelenkova. They’re from her Wedding Watercolor Succelent Set.
The Clipboard Mockup was created by Design Love Co.
Tossed watercolor patterns were created by yours truly.