13 Beautiful Free Wedding Fonts

For Your Invitations and More

wedding invitations

​The Spruce / Letícia Almeida

Adding free wedding fonts to your invitations, programs, and other wedding stationery is a great way to personalize and add some pizzazz to them. Below is a list of my favorite free wedding fonts in a variety of styles so you can find one that you'll love.

When picking a wedding font, you need first to make sure that the font is easy to read. If you plan on using bold or italics be sure to try it out to make sure it looks good on your chosen font. It's also a great idea to print out your wedding font to make sure that it looks just as good on paper as it did on your screen. Speaking of paper, the weight and texture of the paper you're using is also going to affect how the font looks.

You also need to pick a free wedding font that matches the style of your wedding. If you're having an elegant wedding, then a script or calligraphy font would look beautiful on your invitations and programs. If you are having a more casual wedding, then it might be fun to go with something a little more playful that doesn't look quite so stuffy.

You can add your free wedding font along with some free wedding clip art to your DIY wedding invitations, save the date cards, reception place cards, and other wedding templates.

There's plenty of other free wedding stuff including invitation samples, gifts, and catalogs.

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Coneria Script

"Wedding" in the free wedding font Coneria Script


The free wedding font Coneria Script from Dafont.com makes my list for the best all-around wedding font. It's slightly elegant without trying too hard, making it go with just about any style of wedding.

The Coneria Script can also be downloaded as a slanted font which gives it a more formal look.

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Freebooter Script

The word "wedding" in the free wedding font Freebooter Script


The Dafont Freebooter script is a beautiful free wedding font that really reflects beauty and love without being too heavy. It's a nice contemporary font that would work seamlessly across all your wedding stationery.

It is an extremely popular free font and one that you'll see more frequently being used as a wedding font in the years to come.

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"Wedding" in the free font Exmouth


The free Dafont wedding font Exmouth is an elegant font that's also much more readable than some of the other script fonts. The slant of the letters will helps this font look for perfect for a wedding invitation.

I recommend using the font preview over at Dafont.com to type in the lucky couple's names to see how they look in this beautiful font.

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Jenna Sue

The word "wedding" in the free font JennaSue


The Jenna Sue free wedding font from Dafont is a great pick for a romantic wedding full of beautiful flowers and smiling guests.

This more casual free wedding font will look great on any of your DIY projects and you can use it on everything from invitations to thank you cards.

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Carolina Mountains

"Wedding" in the free font Carolina Mountains


The free Dafont Carolina Mountains wedding font is a calligraphy font that's perfect for a rustic, casual, and outdoor wedding. It has a feeling of charm and relaxation and is easy to read while being a truly beautiful script.

This free wedding font download includes uppercase and lowercase letters.

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The word "Wedding" in the free wedding font Respective


The free Fontspace wedding font Respective is one of those fonts that you'll look at and know immediately whether it's a match for your wedding or not. Readability along with large flourishes makes this truly a lovely wedding font.

The Respective font can also be downloaded for free in both slanted and swashes versions which both make this font more formal.

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Great Vibes

"Wedding" in the Great Vibes font


Here's a free Fontspace wedding font with a great flow to it that brings the reader from word to word wondering what comes next.

This free wedding font is another font that really can work for both formal and more relaxed weddings.

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The free wedding font Blackjack


BlackJack is a more casual Fontspace script that to me conveys a beautiful wedding where no one want's to leave. It's a bold font that's easy to read but still has a touch of elegance.

This free wedding font includes uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and punctuation.

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Lovely Home

The word "Wedding" on a white background

Font Space

This beautiful Fontspace calligraphy font is perfect for any of your wedding stationery. Brush lettering with a slightly retro feel really makes this font pop. I could picture this perfectly on a handmade thank you note.

Uppercase, lowercase, numbers, and basic characters are all included as part of this free font download.

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Alex Brush

"Wedding" in Alex Brush font

Font Squirrel

Alex Brush from Font Squirrel is a free wedding calligraphy font that simply defines bold elegance.

This free wedding font flows very nicely and while still a formal script font, it's easier to read than others.

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"Wedding" in the font Windsong

Font Squirrel

If you're not afraid to try something a little different for your wedding font, look no further than Windsong from Font Squirrel.

Windsong is a beautiful calligraphy font that's both classical and elegant but is much more unique than your standard wedding invitation font.

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Baroque Script

The word "wedding" in the free wedding font Baroque Script

1001 Free Fonts

Here's a free wedding font that's beautiful and formal but yet is incredibly easy to read.

This free wedding font is available to download for both PCs and Macs from 1001 Free Fonts.

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Dancing Script

"Wedding" spelled out in Dancing Script font

1001 Free Fonts

Dancing Script from 1001 Free Fonts is a stunning calligraphy font that eloquently "dances" its way across the screen just like how it will float along on your wedding stationery.

This font includes uppercase letters, lowercase letters, numbers, and a basic set of symbols. You can download the regular version of the font or the bold version.

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