Calling all font lovers! Are you looking to spruce up your blog a bit? Don’t know where to find fonts that will make your blog stand out while still be legible (and affordable)? I have rounded up Awesome Blog Fonts – 10 of my favorites that add a little flare. Mix and match for a cute, clean style!
Let’s talk about these fonts, shall we? Here’s the scoop on all of the fonts listed in the graphic above.
A couple of years ago, I came across this awesome site called Nymphont where I found Champagne & Limousines. I fell in love with this font. It’s the perfect san serif if there ever was one. I have used this font regularly ever since. It’s become sort of my go-to font to the point that I have to make conscious effort to choose others!
This font comes in 4 styles: Regular, Italic, Bold, and Italic Bold. It also features many special characters including all of the normal ones you would use like ? @ $ and !
This and all fonts found at Nymphont are free for personal use. She asks that you donate via PayPal should you desire to use them commercially. I have donated to her every year! I legitimately wouldn’t have had such successful businesses without being able to package them up using her fonts.
This font always gives me a sort of fun-in-the-sun feel. It’s a great way to spruce up blog posts or your entire blog if you are looking to give off a beachy, summer vibe. The graphic above utilizes Happy Phantom is all caps and looks great either way. This is also a Nymphont font and free for personal use.
This font comes in 4 styles: Regular, Italic, Bold, and Italic Bold It also features many special characters including all of the normal ones you would use like ? @ $ and !
I like this font because it’s an easy way to add just a touch of cursive to your site without being overly “frilly” as I call it. I think this font makes a great end-post signature since it also has a couple of cute heart characters that you can use!
It comes in just 1 style – Regular. It features all of the special characters you would normally use including ? @ $ and ! and also features 2 heart types – open and filled in.
This font is free for personal use. As of this post, it is $15.00 USD to use this font unlimited commercially.
This is another great signature font. I also like it as a way to add a bit of “hand writing” somewhere if you’re looking for a more realistic feel. It’s got a very casual look to it. As far as I know, this font is free to use as it does not come with any specific use instructions at download.
It comes in just 1 style – Regular. It features all of the special characters you would normally use (and then some) including ? @ $ and !
Something about this font makes me think of big city 1920’s. If you want to glam up your blog, this easy to read font is the one to do it with! It’s a sort of serif/san serif mix (if that makes any sense at all).
It comes in just 1 style – Regular. It features a selection of special characters but is lacking in some. It at least includes the most often used ? $ and ! but is missing the useful @
While this font is free for personal use, you must purchase a license to use it otherwise. You can purchase this font for commercial use on the author’s website. As of this post, the commercial license costs $15.00 USD.
I love the lightly whimsical look of this font. It’s a san serif with just a hint of flair. The e’s in particular catch my eye. This works great as a widely used font on your blog in order to stray from the ordinary.
This font comes in 6 different styles of Light, Medium, Bold and an italics version of each. The set includes a large array of special characters including the needed ? @ $ and !
As far as I can speculate, this font is free for personal use. I was unable to locate licensing information however, so please use caution when using this font commercially.
This futuristic font works great if you are wanting your text to stand out without the complications of something scripty. The only downside you may find is that this font is all “lowercase”. For this reason, it works best as a heading or maybe a logo.
This font comes in one, Regular style and includes a long list of special characters including ? @ $ and !
This font is completely free to use for both personal and commercial use. In fact, its author gave the following statement “The font is completely free to use, modify, etc. There is no license to use the font. Please feel free to do whatever you wish with it. :)”
Another fabulous Nymphont! This fun, scripty font can be a little over the top so I suggest it be used sparingly. I used it in the above graphic. It can add a great touch but can overwhelm. Mix it with a basic font for best results.
It has 1 Regular style and has a great set of special characters including the useful ? @ $ and !
As with all fonts by Lauren Thompson of Nymphont, this font is free for personal use. Please make a donation if you want to use it commercially.
Yes, it’s a Nymphont. What can I say? Girl got it going on. I love this font because sometimes, I just want something that looks a little bit more hand-written without it being super loopy and hard to read. This font is clean and cute. The font has little details that make it stand out just enough – notably the uppercase A and H, as well as the lower case A which I especially like because I write my own A’s with a serif. This is a cute font for a signature or anywhere you feel needs a little something extra.
This font comes in one Regular style and features a nice list of special characters including ? @ $ and ! – the & is especially cute.
Free for personal use. Make sure to donate to Nymphont if looking to use this commercially.
Last but not least… this Nymphont like the rest of its family offers just a little something special for your blog. I like that it isn’t overly girly. So if you’re tired of the super sweet, loopy cursive fonts, then Margot is for you.
It comes in one Regular style and has a full list of special characters. I like the lower case portion of the font the best. It’s well-made. It includes ? @ $ and !
Like its sisters, Margot is free for personal use. It’s commercially available with donation to Nymphont.
Disclaimer: This is not a paid for blog post. This post is not in any way supported by Nymphont.com – it’s purely coincidental that I happen to love and regularly use many of her font sets as they reflect my own personality and needs.