Free Fonts for DIY Wedding Invitations – Volume 3

Elegance and Enchantment Free Wedding Fonts - vol 3

You all know how much I love fonts, and I know you do too! I’m so excited to release this newest batch of gorgeous free fonts for wedding invitations, paper goods, or really any other DIY project. All of the fonts listed are completely free to download, as long as they are for personal use only. Drop me a line in the comments to let me know what you have created with these beauties!

Check out my other free font collections here.

Free Fonts for Wedding Invitations - volume 3

Where to download free fonts: Vevy // Arizonia // Connie // Fette Egyptienne // Notera // Gladifilthefte // Coneria // Deming // Regency Script // Print Clearly // Playball  // Gladifilthefte // Nella Sue

Fonts used in opening artwork: Encorpada and Poem Script (paid fonts)

Fonts used in title: Trend (also used for font IDs) and Trade Gothic Bold Condensed (paid fonts)

Font used in “Michelle” signature: Carolyna Pro Black (paid font)

This post contains affiliate links. If you purchase through these links, you’ll help support Elegance & Enchantment, and you’ll receive some amazing fonts, too. Whohoo!

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  1. Thanks for this collection! I’m forwarding them to my sister (who is planning her big day) now!

  2. Thanks for sharing these fonts! I am fond of the vevey.

  3. These are AMAZING! Love Love Love! Thanks so much for sharing on Link it or Lump It this week

  4. Beautiful fonts, thank you so much for sharing.

  5. Oh, you and the stunning fonts! I love it. Thanks for sharing at our Link it or Lump it party!

  6. Thank you very much!! What’s the font you used on the banner with all the ornaments on “for your wedding invitations”?

  7. Beautiful fonts! I love them. Am I crazy? but I don’t see a link to download the Nella Sue font. Am i missing something?


  8. It’s gorgeous! Thanks for the inspiration! Currently working on my own wedding invitation :)

  9. Michelle, these are absolutely beautiful! Do you have the font selection for the fonts used in the wording in the photo for volume 3 ‘wedding invitations?’

  10. Hello I don’t see the link for Vol. 3

  11. Michelle,

    Do you have a suggestion for a free font that is most similar to “Carolyna Pro Black”? I originally wanted the font “Lady Kate Bold” and it led me to “Carolyn Pro Black” but I just need a font for a DIY wedding invite insert.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!


  12. Tatiana Sebastiani Miranda

    Gracias por compartir y pensar en las necesidades que los demás tenemos.
    Es muy bueno compartir el conocimiento.



    Thanks for sharing and thinking about the needs that others have.
    It’s great to share knowledge.



  13. I’ve tried to download the fonts, but none that I have clicked on are FREE, all cost around $30-$60 ???

    • Hi Melissa! Thanks for checking out this post. Which of the free fonts are giving you trouble? The fonts from The Lost Type Co-op (the font called Vevy), has a place where you can put in how much you’d like to pay. If you type in “$0″, the font will be free for you, for personal use. All of the other fonts listed under “free fonts” are also completely free. The fonts used in the opening artwork and headers only are paid fonts, and those are labeled as such, so there’s no confusion. Enjoy!

  14. I was wondering if you could tell me the name of the font you use for your banner “free fonts for your wedding invititions vol 3″. I am making my sister’s invitations for her wedding this August and would love to use that font. Thanks.

  15. I am looking for a nice font to write a pretty sign for my 60th birthday celebration. I have a book I want guests to write comments and I want to make a sign letting them know what to do. I have the perfect romantic style frame I have had for many years that I will finally have a chance to use. Thank you for free fonts site.

  16. I have been searching everywhere for fonts to use on Twinkle Twinkle Little Star baby shower invitations! These are it!! Thank you so much for providing these and making me one step closer to completion. I’m sure the mom-to-be will love these as she is a crafty blogger herself!

  17. I downloaded your regency script font to make my wedding invitations, so happy with how they turned out

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