Handwriting fonts are great for helping to create a casual, informal and friendly atmosphere for an event. An interesting one can also be very stylish and are often much more readable than many of the more decorative styles of fonts.
There is a lot of crossover between handwriting and script fonts as essentially script fonts are handwriting, albeit very good and in some cases elaborate handwriting. You may notice some of the fonts shown here have script in the name. I’ve also included some fonts that I think cross over from what some sites may consider hand drawn. Consequently that has meant this list is fairly huge and I apologise to anyone on dial up, you might want to make yourself a nice cup of tea while you wait for the complete chart to download (or coffee if outside of the UK).
It’s also very easy to make your own handwritten or drawn fonts. There are even apps out there which allow you to do so really easily. Just remember what you’re aiming for at the beginning and try not to evolve the style too much as you draw each letter. A lot can happen from A to Z. Read about doing this on A Beautiful Mess.
If you’re not looking to make your own stationery (for wedding or any occasion) but want a stationery designer who gives a huge choice and goes to great lengths to make each piece of stationery designed really unique and special visit our main website Artemis Stationery.
Any font with a big red F by them are freely available online and I think for all uses. Although as ever please check the licensing of each font – in case I misread the license or it’s somehow changed since this article was written. The others are font choices available to Artemis Stationery clients, though if you’re looking to obtain them most have come with various art programs over the year and are probably not too costly to purchase in their own right.