Brush Script Fonts are all the rage at the moment, and it’s kind of hard not to fall in love with every single one of them. I don’t know about you, but I am super grateful that hand lettering artists have shared their talents in creating these typefaces. When hand lettering became a big thing a few years ago, I felt like I had to scramble to learn it, and fast. Let’s just say, my skills are best left to the keyboard.
With new gorgeous brush script fonts consistently being added to the scene, those of us who can’t do our own lettering get to take advantage of a plethora of options for all of our graphic design, creative and blogging projects. Here’s a roundup of my favorite brush script fonts (of the moment). I can’t make lifetime commitments when it comes to typography!
A font for every project
The greatest attribute of brush script fonts is their personality. Whether you are searching for the perfect font for an invitation design, logo, printable, graphic or presentation, any of the choices in this collection will make a splash. Because they are all fairly new, you won’t have to worry about your design looking like everyone else’s. Some of the lighter faced fonts like Echo Soul, Joyful and Northwell are so unique, they actually look like handwriting. You can’t get more one-of-a-kind than that!
Extra goodies without the extra cost
Sometimes your designs need your letters to have flexibility— a swash here, a swirl there, or a “y” that doesn’t dip so low that it’s knocking into the word below it. Many of the fonts in this collection come with additional ligatures and glyphs that ensure you’ll have the flexibility you need to craft the perfect design. Best of all, most of these brush script fonts are under $20 (which means you don’t have to choose just one)!
Here’s where you can find each brush script:
Bellissimo // Botanica // Bougenville // Brushfire // Echo Soul // Ed’s Market // Evenfall // Joyful // Loveletter // Madina Script // Meltow // Northern Soul // Northwell // November Starlight // Spumante
Share your favorite brush script font crushes in the comments. I’m always on the hunt for new typefaces to add to my library, even paid fonts, because I know that they make my designs stand out in the crowd!
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