Free Fonts for DIY Wedding Invitations – Volume 4

Free Fonts for Your Wedding Invitations, DIY Projects and Blogging

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 font collections here.

Free Fonts for Weddings, DIY, Projects and Blogging

Where to download free fonts: Old Style Small Caps // Lovers Quarrel // Venera // Florence // The Dreamer // Tommaso // Windsong // Vidaloka // Birds of Paradise // Vegur // Gothic Ultra // Clicker Script

Fonts used in opening artwork: Core Deco and Cantoni Pro (paid fonts)

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

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

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22 comments

  1. I love these fonts. They make me want to get marred again ( to the same guy of course!) and DIY my invites. Maybe I should just have a little dinner party instead! Thanks for linking up to the BE. YOU. TIFUL link party. Pinning :)

  2. Thank you so much for linking up with The Party Bunch… You are one of our favorites this week!

  3. Thanks for this and that photography stole my heart! <3

  4. I love fonts and these are great! Thank you for the share! I was wondering if you would share the font name that you use for your signature…??(placeofmytaste@ymail.com)Thanks, Lady!

  5. I am wanting to purchase the Carolyna Pro Black and was wondering if it will work with my silhouette machine. I usually download the TTF….and was curious how it works with all the different options…hope that makes sense!

    • Hi Tracy! I believe it should. If anything, OTF gives you better quality. I’m not sure if you are working directly in the Silhouette program, but if all else fails, you can always turn your type into artwork, by outlining the font. Let me know if it works out! :)

  6. wow these are great! I downloaded almost all of them! Thanks for getting this list together. http://www.hawthorneandmain.com

  7. Wonderful post Michelle, these are some really beautiful fonts. I was actually looking for some really cool fonts for designing a card. I think I can use these fonts in my cards. Thank you for sharing these fonts with us. My personal favorite is “the dreamer”, I really like the texture of these fonts.

  8. Michelle,
    I love the graphic you created using my Cantoni Pro Font! How fun!

    Debi Sementelli

  9. Hi Michelle,

    I love your Free Fonts for DIY Wedding Invitations – Volume 4.
    I would love to download it to use for my wedding invitation, however I can’t find the link to download it.
    Could you send me the font if you don’t mind?

    Thanks
    Jennie

  10. Michelle! Thanks for posting beautiful fonts at all times. I have a question. You linked us with the font “Trend” but when I click on it, the page no longer exists. Any idea where I can find it? I’m working on wedding invites and this is the perfect font for this. I’d greatly appreciate your time! I absolutely adore your blog!

    Thank you in advance,
    Amelia

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