Fonts are more powerful than you think. They can stir up emotion just like color. They can completely change the look and feel of a design. They can actually completely elevate a graphic.
I am a huge fan of script fonts. I love the swooshes and swirls and the handwritten feel. They typically go with feminine or more elegant designs.
Last week I shared 10 beautiful and responsive WordPress themes from Creative Market, so I thought it would be the perfect place to find 10 beautiful script fonts!
The best part? Each pick is $15 or less!
A totally affordable way to create stunning graphics for your blog, business, Instagram account and so much more!
1. Jessica Script – $15
This also comes with an alternate font that features arrows, lines, swishs, and more!
Check out the Jessica Script on Creative Market.
2. MyHeart – $10
You actually get 4 fonts with this one! Three variations plus a bonus swish font.
Check out the MyHeart font on Creative Market.
3. Moscato Script – $14
This font includes international characters!
Check out the Moscato Script on Creative Market.
4. Renith – $12
Check out the Renith font on Creative Market.
5. Dattsy Signature Brush Font – $10
6. The Saturday Font – $12
I just love this one! Great for quotes!
Check out The Saturday Font on Creative Market.
7. Spotlight – $12
A modern font that comes with 492 glyphs and it supports 18 languages!
Check out the Spotlight font on Creative Market.
8. Fashion Society Handwritten Font – $12
9. Dolcetto Script – $14
This font contains a complete set of lower and upper case letters, assorted punctuation, numbers, swash and multilingual support.
Check out the Dolcetto font on Creative Market.
10. Bammantoe Typeface – $14
This comes with a bonus font of swishs and lines!
Check out the Bammantoe Typeface on Creative Market.
There are so many fonts out there. I prefer paid fonts because it is less likely that others have it too! Some people are just not willing to spend money on these elements. Personally, I think they are a great investment (especially with prices like these)!
What type of fonts are you drawn to?