Spring is finally here. A season of renewal, regrowth, and rejuvenation. As a designer, your work needs to reflect these ideas and help bring them to life.
One fantastic way to do this is through your font choices. The right font can truly bring a design or multimedia project together.
In this post, we’ll take a look at some beautiful spring fonts for graphic designers. These typefaces can help you add detail and character to your design projects, while also reflecting the beauty of spring.
Garden Grown is a beautiful font duo created by Cindy Kanash. This painted script features gorgeous hand-lettered characters and both an all CAPS version along with a standard script font. Garden Grown works well on book covers, stationery, magazines, and more!
A casual, care-free font by Nicky Laatz. Saturday is a great script brush font for titles, romantic text, and cards/stationery. It features multiple versions of alternate lowercase letters to help make your designs more unique.
Branding is a comprehensive 14-style font family made for meeting contemporary aesthetic and functional needs in the modern world. It was created by Alfonso Garcia and the Latinotype team. This font is a useful compliment to many brush and script fonts and works well for paragraphs and body text along with sub-headers. Not to mention Branding is the perfect font for, you guessed it, branding purposes.
A stunning all caps sans serif font that comes in two weights. Designed by Jen Wagner, this font has a lot of uses in your projects. Brooklyn can easily be used for creative headings, invitations, logos, and way more. This minimal font pairs nicely with brushes and scripts as well.
Add intrigue to your designs with the Miss Magnolia Typeface. This bouncy script is packed with southern charm and personality. Designed by Teela Cunningham of every tuesday.
A tribute to the past and a step into the future. Argent is a lovely serif font family with powerful, timeless expressions. Designed by Connary Fagen, this font will work well for bodies of text and presentations.
A totally tubular mono-line script font straight out of the 80’s. Bayshore was designed by Sam Parrett as a font for logos, titles, captions, and more. Add a retro look to your spring designs with this beautiful script font.
Bourton is a typeface and multi-styled font family created by Kimmy Design. With your download, you’ll get 22 unique font variations to use in your designs. These include base, inline, outline, marquee, dots, and more. Bourton is useful in labels, headers/titles, and for vintage style looks.
Clementine perfectly fits the category of spring fonts for it’s freshly inked, lively feel. This font was created by Emily Spadoni and is perfect for signage and posters along with social media updates and marketing materials.
Inspired by classic posters, Sarcastic is a handmade font designed by Graptail. It features eccentric ligatures and swashes for title sequences, films, and more.
A massive collection of fonts, premium logo templates, and vintage shapes for your design arsenal. The Artisan Collection was designed by Hustle Supply Co as a versatile grouping of type families that can work together seamlessly in your projects. Script, Condensed, Sans Serif, and Serif fonts included.
A clean and legible hand lettered font full of happiness. Designed by Rad & Happy, this font includes both .otf and .ttf support for all devices and programs. Perfect for spring invitations and cards.
A hand-made brush typeface inspired by 80s-90s music, retro, disco, grunge, and pop culture. Designed by Aiyari. This is another font for spring that works great for retro/vintage themed projects. Includes extra pack of alternate glyphs for use with OpenType.
14. Nectar Typeface
Nectar is an elegant typeface designed by Tugcu Design Co. It includes two weights (regular and bold) for use in minimal projects. This thin sans serif font works well with minimal website designs, invitations, and titles.
A fresh and flirty brush font with extras. Hello Pretty! is another beautiful font designed by Nicky Laatz that works great for spring and summer themed designs. Included are multiple font variations and some special extras and elements to aid your design process.
Naïve Inline is a layered serif handwritten font designed by Fanny Coulez and Julien Saurin of La Goupil Paris. Included with this font pack are five unique types of interior patterns for variations and creative looks.
A fun, friendly font by Skyla Design. Jamie Woods is great for pairing with other spring fonts for a natural, handwritten feel. Includes both OTF and TTF support.
Hopefully this post can shed light on some of the beautiful spring fonts out there and help you get inspired for your next project. Find more graphic design articles here.