Choosing the right font for your project is so important. You need to consider readability, size and weight. When pairing fonts, you need to make sure the fonts don’t contrast each other – like using more than one script font. I’ve browsed hundreds of fonts on Google Fonts and found the very best font pairings.
LORA & SOURCE SANS PRO
Lora is a contemporary serif with roots in calligraphy, paired with a classic sans-serif font. Ideal for the wedding industry.
OLD STANDARD & SOURCE SANS PRO
Classic, heavy serif font combination that is perfect for lifestyle blogs.
QUICKSAND & ROBOTO SLAB
Rounded sans-serif font paired with a clean slab font. Perfect for photographers and the wedding industry.
MERRIWEATHER & MERRIWEATHER SANS
Merriweather is a workhorse text type family made specifically for screens, paired perfectly with a sans-serif font in the same family. A great choice for interior designers.
ABRIL FATFACE & PLAYFAIR DISPLAY
Inspired by the heavy titling fonts used in advertising in the 19th century, paired with a dramatic serif font. Ideal for lifestyle blogs.
PINYON SCRIPT & QUATTROCENTO
A classic script font paired nicely with a strong, classic font. The perfect combination for lifestyle blogs.
PARISIENNE & CORMORANT INFANT
A dainty script put together with a strong serif font. An ideal match for the wedding industry.
MRS. SAINT DELAFIELD & PLAYFAIR DISPLAY
Another classic script font paired with a strong serif font. The perfect combination for photographers and the wedding industry.
CORMORANT UPRIGHT & JOSEFIN SANS
A strong serif display font paired with a classic sans serif font. Ideal for the wedding industry.
ALLURA & LIBRE BASKETVILLE
Simple & elegant (and one of my favorites!) script font paired with a popular serif font. This combination is perfect for photographers and the wedding industry.