TEN BEST PLACE CARD FONTS

Friends and family are gathering soon for feasts, so I thought in honor of Thanksgiving, I'd share a few of my favorite fonts for place cards. Font Fridays have been a regular thing around here, but with Pinterest font collections being all the rage, I thought for the Holidays I'll add a few of my choice collections. I have covered a few of these before, but this is a happy little reminder of those fonts you loved but can't remember all in one place. I tried to gather a bunch of cheap or even FREE fonts that you can use for your next get together. In this collection I have a few handwritten fonts so if your handlettering skills are lacking (like mine are) you can still have fun or beautiful place cards. I usually print black on kraft card stock when I use handlettered fonts and it just works brilliantly. Be sure to print on the best quality setting on your printer to make it really pop and look handmade.

I also wanted to include a few clean and modern fonts because they look wonderful at a simple gathering. When in doubt, KISS. (love that) Keep it simple...If you set the table with white dishes, beautiful flowers in a single tone and pretty linen napkins, all you need is a simple placecard. Place these great modern fonts atop each place setting and be done with it. Once you get the hang of it, Thanksgiving is really easy. My secret? Make what counts and fake the rest.

Get these fonts: LANDLIEBE // SULLIVAN // BEBAS NEUE // AGUAS FRESCAS // VENEER // MONBIJOUX // AMARILLO USAF // FRYKAS // ARCHIVE TILT // MVB EMMASCRIPT // FRONTAGE OUTLINE (bonus!)

Do you have any fonts that you ALWAYS use for place cards?