Script fonts are great for many uses – invitation, headline, advertising, a website’s header, social media’s cover photo, and many more!
One advantage of script fonts is that, they give a more specific and personal touch to the theme of your design. There are script fonts for designs about romance, designs about summer and even designs about real estate – like the ones used in hotels. Script fonts are also used in logos – again, because of its specific and personal touch.
However, some designers don’t know that there’s a luxury of free script fonts in the Internet. Some know they exists, but don’t know where to find them.
With that, we have carefully handpicked the best free script fonts you can use for your design. Without further ado, let’s check them out!
If you want to return to the classical cursive, especially of the 20th century America, then you should check Variance Script.
Variance is great for invitations, t-shirt design, mugs (that coffee design) and logos.
If you want to check it out, follow its link here. It is free for both personal and commercial use.
Another script for a classical vibe, and hey, if you’re working for a hotel’s website, perhaps you’ve got your font right here!
Grand Hotel works best for real estate, Hollywood, bakeries, and restaurants, but of course, if you’re creative enough you can work outside of that genre as well.
Grand Hotel was created and designed by Brian J Bonislawsky and Jim Lyles. They took inspiration from the 1937 film, “Café Metropole” starring Tyrone Power.
Tahu! is created and designed by Syaf Rizal, an Indonesian-based graphic designer. He simply described his font as “a clean and professional, modern script font.”
Feel free to explore this amazing font, but for suggestions, the font works best for food and travel genre.
Shink is designed for any feminine or female-related designs. But it is also great for genres like bakery, floristry, restaurant, and travel.
Shink is free for personal use. If you want to use Shink for commercial purposes, you can purchase the font for only $15. If you’re a fan of its creator, 7NTypes, you can also make a donation to them.
This beautiful design works best for food, wine, and classic design genres. Hickory Jack was one of Brittney Murphy’s invention. Her main goal, according to her website, is to “working to make the world less ugly since 1983”.
Hickory Jack is free for personal use, but you must purchase the license if you intend to use it for commercial purposes.
If you are creating designs for travel genres, as the name itself suggests, The Woodlands can be your script font!
The Woodlands is perfect for your travel designs – those that we see on Facebook and Instagram.
The Woodlands is also perfect for outdoor design genres, such as sports and other outside activities – camping, hiking, etc.
Best of all, The Woodlands is free for both personal and commercial use.
One of the things I like about Milkshake is its combination of boldness, delicacy, and flexibility. This means that you can use Milkshake for a variety of purposes – restaurants (or food in general), travel, self-help or inspirational messages, and personally, it really seemed applicable for milkshake stores!
Since Milkshake is bold, it is also great for promotional or branding purposes. Hence, this font can be used in logos or your store’s stand.
If you are looking for bold and flexible font, check out Milkshake and see how it will apply to your design!
One thing that sets Debby apart from the rest how it can blend to pictures. While it is not as cursive as others on this list, this hand-drawn font will give a natural feel to your design.
Debby is best applicable for inspirational quotes and messages. But as always, you can experiment with any genre – such as food, travel, wedding, and even for logo, marketing, and branding purposes.
Best of all, Debby is free both for personal and commercial use – so download it now!
If you are creating designs related to summer, you may want to check out Tropical Asian. As its name tells you, Tropical Asian is great for summer-related designs.
Tropical Asian is free for personal use. If you need to use it for commercial purposes, you’ll need to purchase a license or contact Konstantine Studio.
If you want street-inspired font, Hoodson Script can be your best choice. It is great for street-related and apparel designs.
Hoodson Script is free for personal use, but you’ll need to purchase a license if you want to use it for commercial use.
Script fonts are great for adding a personal touch to your designs. It’s just a matter of knowing where to find them – specifically, the free ones!
As always, be sure to check out the licenses if it is free for commercial use (all of these are free for personal use) should you want to use them for commercial purposes.
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