Download our selection of the 10 very best free calligraphy fonts.
To be honest, many calligraphy fonts look pretty cheesy, especially when you can get them for free but not our selection. We have chosen typefaces with graphic designers in mind working on a great variety of typographic projects. The following calligraphy fonts will add a good dose of elegance to your design projects. As already mentioned before, all of these 10 best calligraphy fonts are available for free, just follow the respective links below each font.
Naira Script Font
Free for personal and commercial use, Naira Script is a lovely calligraphy script font from foundry Ndroadv. Its fun, fresh, and simple typeface is extremely versatile and comes with lots of alternate characters and ligatures. Naira Script is well suited for logo designs, titles, invitations, letterheads, labels, signage, posters, badges, just to name a few. In addition, Naira Script includes a watercolor pattern collection as a bonus!
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Fabfelt Script — Free Calligraphy Font
The Fabfelt Script font has been created by French designer Despinoy Fabien. It is based on a well legible handwriting style and was made especially for use in vintage designs. Fabfelt Script can be used for personal and commercial purposes.
The Woodlands — Brush Script
Free for personal and desktop commercial use, The Woodlands is a free brush script font designed by Jeremy Vessey of Hustle Supply Co. It is mostly characterized by a modern calligraphy aesthetic, which is extremely popular these days. Jeremy Vessey has created the typeface with the aim to give designers a free alternative font that looks great and helps to achieve this lettering feel we all love.
Frutilla Script Font
Frutilla Script is a free calligraphy font from Ianmikraz Studio. This gorgeous script typeface combines modern lettering design with classic calligraphy styles. You can use it on anything from wedding invitations to logo designs. Equipped with over 250 glyphs, this typeface comes with plenty of OpenType features and ornamental characters.
Hello Stockholm Typeface
Hello Stockholm is a free calligraphy font with a natural hand-drawn style. Free for personal use, it’s quite fun to work with this typeface because of its little imperfections and brushed details. Equipped with upper and lowercase alternates, this free calligraphy font is perfect for wedding and birthday invitations, social media, t-shirt design, branding, etc.
Buffalo is another well-designed script font from Hustle Supply Co. Its lovely vintage style is a great choice for logo designs, branding, signage, or packaging. The typeface is characterized by a loopy and quirky monoline script style.
Salmela — Free Calligraphy Font
Designed and published by Genesis Lab, Salmela is a free calligraphy font for personal and commercial needs. The flowing script style is perfect for designs such as wedding invitations, signatures, letterheads, logos, t-shirts, just to name a few.
Just look at these elegant letters! Alex Brush is a beautifully flowing brush script typeface. It has short ascenders and descenders allowing a legibility not seen in many other free calligraphy script fonts. It is available for both personal and commercial use.
Olivia Script Free
Olivia Script Free is a modern calligraphy typeface from FontBundles.net. Its sophisticated and graceful style is a great choice fo multiple purposes including wedding invitations, greeting cards, posters, wall hangings, gifts, and much much more. The free calligraphy typeface comprises 351 glyphs and is available exclusively at Font Bundles.
Designed by Ndroadv, Noelan Script is a free calligraphy font that features a very clean and modern design. It comes with plenty of alternate characters that can be combined in various ways.
That was our selection of the top 10 free calligraphy fonts for graphic designers. You can find other trending typefaces and timeless masterpieces in our recommended Fonts category.
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