Font Trends for Springtime

Discover the freshest fonts to put a spring in your step this season.

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Posted 30 Mar 2017

A time to celebrate regrowth, it’s also a great time to take a fresh look at what you’re saying—and how you’re saying it. Here are some great font trends to consider. There are a lot of great brush scripts this season, but plenty of other interesting options, too.

The GoodDay typeface is a modern handwritten script that brings energy and clarity to any product design.

Dattsy is a beautiful handcrafted brush script that brings casual elegance to any project.

Allow your words to stand out with this unique Papercutting font. It’s 100% hand-drawn and a beautiful rendering of an actual paper cutting.

The Hello Cute font is true to its name—cute as a button, with bold lines and a unique style.

The Vakia font is full of classic elegance, a clean script defined by its grand flourishes.

The rough brush script of Burelom gives it the feel of graffiti, but with the clarity and heft of a well-designed font.

The Brother typeface is a bold all-caps option.

The lines of the Buntara font are clean, but there’s still plenty of texture in this modern vintage option.

A must-have for Spring, the Fabulous font ties into the current watercolor trend, with its gorgeous hand-panted script and extra swashes to customize any text.

Pine is a great, clean font that still includes all the great texture and outdoor influences that are so popular this season.

A unique take on the brush stroke, the Little Wonder font is hand-drawn, and created from a single watercolor brush. With wonderfully odd details, this font will look great over imagery or on its own.

Top Springtime Fonts

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