It’s FONT LOVE time! Yay!!
Font combos that were made for each other. Get DIY wedding invitation ideas and more!
I’ve seen some pretty scary D.I.Y. invitations, and it was not for Halloween parties.
If you are not a D.I.Y.er and want to reference lovely font combos before ordering custom wedding invitations with us, you will also benefit from this post!! You can visualize how the font combinations actually look.
Designing your own invitations … I get it. It’s not rocket science AND you want to save a buck. So why not? Pretty please, pay attention to your leading and font sizes. Font choices and sizes can make or break your D.I.Y. wedding invitation design. Let’s take a look at this D.I.Y. wedding invitations design, note how elegant the fonts are? Now take a peek at this D.I.Y invitation and how fun the fonts are. Easy peasy! Today, I am here to help!
Below, I have listed my MOST favorite (for today) fonts and sizes that look fabulous together!
Think of adding fonts to your project, as a craft! With a little effort and time you can create the perfect looking D.I.Y. wedding invitation like a pro graphic designer!
One tip I would like to share, when laying out your text do not make the body font height taller than the height of your names. Just my opinion. This will give you a more classy look. However, if you are creating a chalkboard design, then mixing and matching is fun and a must!
1. Josefin Slab – 12pt with 27pt leading looks lovely with Rosemary Italic Regular 48pt (I am sorry, unfortunately this font is a calligrapher’s font and he no longer sells it)
Happy Friday to you and have a lovely weekend now!!
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