January 23 is National Handwriting Day, and to celebrate we’ve gathered the cutest free handwriting fonts from around the Web. These amazing fonts are perfect for any DIY wedding stationery you can dream up. Whether you are crafting your save the dates or printing out your thank you notes, these free wedding fonts are all to die for. The thing I love most about free handwriting fonts is that they give the classic charm of a handwritten note without the hassle of aching hands. If you’ve ever tried to send out a massive amount of invites or cards, you know what I mean. Plus, I have the worst handwriting in the world. I love that these fonts give me a chance to fake it. Luckily for you, we have compiled this awesome list of National Handwriting Day: Free Handwriting Fonts for Your DIY Wedding that you can use to fake it too.
All of these fonts are easily downloaded to your computer. Check out this awesome tutorial on how to download, and use these free wedding fonts. So, pick out your favorite fonts and get started on crafting those adorable DIY wedding invitations, brides. If you’re feeling really adventurous, consider using multiple fonts in multiple colors on your wedding stationery. You could attempt to recreate these free wedding fonts while scrawling your own invitations, as well.
Free Handwriting Fonts
Listed in order:
1. Always Forever by Brittney Murphy Design
2. A Gentle Touch by By the Butterfly
3. Bart Handschrift by Bart DeRuiter
4. Mary Ate A Little Lamb by Hanoded Photography
5. Anke Calligraphic FG by FontGrube AH
6. Surfboard by Des Gomez
7. Post-It Penscript by Drawperfect
8. Prophecy Script by Tension Type
Wonderful Wedding Fonts In Action
These gorgeous wedding invitations all feature fabulous handwriting and fonts. Consider using these ideas yourself or just using them for inspiration. If you’re like me and loathe your handwriting, you could craft a similar invite by using the above free handwriting fonts!eThese two went above and beyond with these adorable wedding invites. I love the cute hand-drawn map!
The white handwriting on top of this little black envelope is so unique. If I found this in my mailbox, I would immediately open it.
Bonus! If you are looking to learn calligraphy yourself, check out this Simple Calligraphy How To post.
Do you love or hate your own handwriting?
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