Doing your own invitations is one of the easiest ways to save on your wedding. You can just buy good quality paper from a bookstore and print your invitations at home. The font you use for your wedding invitations says something about the kind of wedding you're going to have, as well as the type of couple you and your fiancé are. There are nice fonts readily available in your computer, like Parchment, Palace Script MT, Garamond, and Harrington. However, if you're not satisfied with the default fonts and are still searching for a rarer font for your special day, try checking these downloadable fonts available online.
Porcelain (free), Chopin Script (free), and Champignon (free)
Jane Austen (free), Gravura (premium), and Balmoral (premium)
English (free), Casual Script (premium), and Freebooter Script (free)
Arioso (premium), Souvenir Gothic Italic (free), Caligula Dodgy (free) and Zola (premium)
Caffe Latte (free), Candy Randy (free), and Candlemas Demo (free)
Before you click away, make sure that the fonts you plan to download contain a whole character set (it includes all the letters, numbers, and punctuation marks), and that it's a font that's easy to read. Some of the fonts require payment, but you can already get a lot of fonts for free. Below are sites that offer downloadable fonts for weddings:
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