Are you overwhelmed with all the different options when it comes to choosing a script font for your invitations?
You’re definitely not the first, and you’re definitely not alone!
Choosing fonts for your invitations can be a difficult task, to say the least. So today’s post offers you some gorgeous selections of script fonts.
I’ve chosen two of our most popular types of script fonts for you to see today: Elegant/Classical, and Whimsical/Lovely. Each has their own place, and are equally stunning. To see examples of wedding invitations using these fonts, head on over to annelizabeth.com.
Elegant and Classical:
First up is Burgues Script. This font is incredibly beautiful on wedding invitations because of the graceful swirls called, “swashes” that extend from the letters.
Next is Edwardian Script. This is such a classic-looking font, you can’t go wrong!
Bickham Script is what you see in the example below. This is a nice font if you’re looking for beautiful swashes like you see in Burgues Script, but a little toned down.
Our next example is called Adios Script. This script font is the perfect marriage of playfulness and elegance. It’s so versatile that it can be used for informal and formal wedding invitations alike.
PF Champion Pro is similar to Bickham Script, but is a little more free-flowing. I’m pretty sure it’s impossible for you to go wrong with this one!
Whimsical and Lovely:
Next up is Feel Script, which is a nice hybrid between classy and cute. It comes off as a little more casual, but paired with the right block font, it could be used for a more formal invitation if you chose it.
The next two script fonts are from the same family. The first is Carolyna: a super-cute, hand-written-esque font. We love the look of this one paired with a floral paper. So pretty!
Second is Carolyna Pro Black. It’s Carolyna’s thicker twin. We love this font and how it is playful and elegant, kinda like Paris.
Last but certainly not least is the lively Jacque & Gilly. This font is dainty and feminine, and looks AMAZING when printed with Letterpress. Love.
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Burgues Script, Adios Script, PF Champion Pro, Feel Script, Carolyna, Carolyna Pro Black, and Jacque & Gilles graphics come from their respective pages on MyFonts.com. Each photo links to that page.