In this post, you'll get some inspiration on how to use fonts to improve the look and feel of your wedding. Keep reading to discover how to do it.
So you are getting married. You are already planning your big day. You can’t wait for the day to arrive. And you want everything to look perfect.
We all know visuals are an essential part of a wedding. But the question is: how do you get the perfect touch? In today’s post, we are going to show you how to do it by picking the right font.
Years ago, it was common to spend a lot of money on a handwritten design. Luckily, nowadays we have a bigger and more affordable range of possibilities. Handwritten fonts can give us the perfect result at a very affordable price. We can use them in some graphic design software to create our own compositions. This way, the result will be more special and personal.
The wedding website
Those who are not very familiar with web design can make good use of platforms like InstaPage or Zankyou. These are examples of sites that allow us to build our website without coding. When choosing a web font for your wedding site, there are two things you must take into account.
You must make sure you have a license to use that font for personal purposes, and you have to test if we can use it for a website. Having a Webfont converter can be handy for the last one.
Posters and signs
At a wedding, you have to guide a lot of people at the venue. It is also important to show your guests where they have to sit. You can solve this problem with posters and signs. And, of course, you’ll also need funny signs, like the ones you use in the photocall.
When we are choosing a font for menu booklets, legibility is key. Every guest must be able to read it without any problem.
Sans Serif fonts and monochrome texts will be your best allies. We must also pay attention to the font size and the kerning.
Save the date cards
You will start planning your wedding one year before it happens. And you don’t want anyone to miss it. That is why sending Save the date cards to your guests is a great idea. This way, you can start giving them some clues about how the aesthetics of the event will be.