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I’m super excited to be introducing my new Font Faves series! For me, typography is at the center of design and I want to start sharing the fonts I’m currently obsessed with and how to use them in your own blog design.
Today’s topic is script fonts! With the holidays just around, I’m sure everyone’s in need of a good script font to use in all those holidays announcements and designs.
Yorkshire has been one of my favorite scripts fonts for the last few months. It feels so organic and truly looks like someone scratched out a quick note on paper. Yorkshire is a very affordable & unique script font option.
I discovered Signerica a few years ago and it has consistently been a go-to script font for me. I love how spaced out the letters are. It’s another script font that truly looks like it could be someone’s handwriting. Imperfect but elegant. And it’s FREEEEE. Can’t beat that.
Georgia is a newer script font discovery for me. I love how it looks like it’s been written in ink and some edges got a little too much. Again, it’s imperfect and could easily resemble someone’s actual handwriting. Georgia is another affordable script font that would make any design look effortlessly beautiful.
I’ll be sharing my current Font Faves bi-monthly and hope they’ll be a helpful typography resource for you!