Last year we did a post on 50 of our favorite fonts, and it was such a hit that we thought we’d round up another 50 awesome fonts – and this time, all of them are free for personal use! From invites to menus to favor labels, any of your DIY wedding projects can benefit from a fabulous font…

Aerolite CP / Amatic SC / Archistico / Birmingham / Brannboll Fet / CAC Champagne / Castro Script / Centeria Script / Champagne & Limousines / Champignon

Clipper Script / Coneria Script / Contribute / Cursif / Cylburn / Dancing Script / Ecolier / Espacio / Fontleroy Brown / Freebooter Script

Grand Hotel / Hand Shop Typography / Henry Rodeo Circus / Housegrind / Janda Elegant Handwriting / Janda Stylish Script / Jenna Sue / La Belle Aurore / Learning Curve Pro / Lighthouse

Little Days / Mardian / Masterics / Matchbook / Mountains of Christmas / Nautik / Nickelodeon / Pacifico / Parisienne / Pompiere

Ranger / Ribbon / Riddle / Sail / Sofia / Some Weatz / Southern Aire / Suilly la Tour / Windsor Hand / Wonderlust

 

We’d love to know how you’re using fab fonts in your wedding projects – and did we miss any of your favorite free fonts? Share them in the comments!

Please note: Most of these fonts are free for personal use only. Many of them also accept optional donations to support the designers.
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Melissa Schollaert shared these lovely photos of Chaviano Couture’s 2013 collection with us, and they were just too dreamy not to share…

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Flowing tulle, delicate lace, and hand painted organza… the collection perfectly embodies romance and whimsy.

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Chaviano Couture, Melissa Schollaert Chaviano Couture, Melissa Schollaert
Chaviano Couture, Melissa Schollaert Chaviano Couture, Melissa Schollaert
Chaviano Couture, Melissa Schollaert Chaviano Couture, Melissa Schollaert

Don’t you love the barely-there roses on the skirt of this gown? So sweet and unexpected!

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Chaviano Couture, Melissa Schollaert Chaviano Couture, Melissa Schollaert

I don’t think I’ve ever seen such an elegant take on kaftan sleeves – such a uniquely chic look!

Chaviano Couture, Melissa Schollaert Chaviano Couture, Melissa Schollaert
Chaviano Couture, Melissa Schollaert Chaviano Couture, Melissa Schollaert

 

See lots more of Chaviano Couture’s beautiful dresses in the gallery.

Photographer: Melissa Schollaert / Gowns: Chaviano Couture / Floral Design, Stylist: Carlee Sizemore / Model: Kacie Boguski / Hair, Makeup: Medalyn Salon / Accessories: Paloma’s Nest / Custom Dress Fabric: Momental Designs
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There’s something really special about Super 8 films, so it’s easy to understand why a couple might choose a videographer to capture their wedding day in this nostalgic medium. But what about other important moments or events that you might want to keep between family and friends (meaning: without a professional videographer)? With a baby on the way, I imagine having her first birthday on Super 8 – what a wonderful memory that would be! Or what about a honeymoon or birth story or even a family vacation? I love the idea of capturing life in analog, which makes me super excited to introduce the Homemade Films kit from my buddies at A Bryan Photo.

Here are a few of my favorites (they’re all under 4 minutes, so definitely take a sec to check them out):

BRITISH COLUMBIA HONEYMOON

ITALIAN VACATION

WELCOME HOME BABY

Aren’t these fun?! The way it works is A Bryan Photo sends you their Homemade Films kit complete with Super 8 camera and film, you use it and send it back them, and then they edit it into a memorable film for you. One couple loves them so much they’ve taken it with them on three different trips!

So what would you want to capture on Super 8? Wouldn’t this be a rad wedding gift for a group of friends to give a couple for their honeymoon?

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Last week’s wedding updo post was a big hit, but we didn’t want to leave those down-do brides hanging! Loose curls, half up, sideswept – here, 60 of our favorite long hairstyles for brides…

Jessica Chastain // Emmy Rossum // Marion Cotillard
Maya Rudolph // Megan Fox // Rachel Weisz

Freida Pinto // romantic half-up hair // Angelina Jolie
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley // Zoe Saldana // Martha Stewart Weddings

Kate Winslet // Gisele Bundchen // Jessica Alba
long wavy hair // Reese Witherspoon // Lily Aldridge

Jenny Packham // Rosie Huntington-Whiteley // Sandra Bullock
Taylor Swift // heavy bangs // Cushnie et Ochs

Brides // The Knot // Brides
Oscar de la Renta // Reese Witherspoon // The Knot

Jessica Chastain // twisted back hair // Lauren Conrad
Lela Rose // Jordana Brewster // Gucci

Gwen Stefani // Oscar de la Renta // twists and curls
Rebecca Minkoff // Alicia Keyes // Badgley Mischka

Blake Lively // Elle Sweden // Dita Von Teese
Dianna Agron // romantic vintage hair // Diane Kruger

mod flip // Fashion Gone Rogue // deep side part
Mollie King // mod-inspired half-up hair // mod curls

Carolina Herrera // Dianna Agron // Claire Danes
Reese Witherspoon // Kate Beckinsale // Brooklyn Decker

 

Looking for updos? Check out our last round-up, with 60 of our favorite bridal updo hairstyles!

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Sleek or soft, vintage or modern, bohemian or glam – there are endless possibilities for your bridal coif! If you know you want to wear an updo on your wedding day, then hopefully this post will help you narrow it down even further. Here, 60 of our favorite updos to inspire you…

modern bouffant // Heather Cook Elliott // InStyle
Elizabeth Messina // Hair by Eve Whittington and Company, photo by Chellise Michael // The Knot

 

Carolina Herrera // Belathée for Jennifer Behr // finger waves
Diane Kruger // Kate Winslet // Tyra Banks

 

Emma Stone // Rachel Comey // Project Wedding
Marion Cotillard // Scarlett Johannsen // Brides

 

Dianna Agron // Rodarte // Natalie J. Watts
Heidi Klum // Ciara Richardson // Dakota Johnson

 

Amber Heard // Elie Saab // Zooey Deschanel
Phillip Forstner // Lucy Liu // BHLDN

 

Tec Petaja for Once Wed // Dior // Scarlett Johannson
Studio 417 Salon // Carolina Herrera // Elle Spain

 

Diane Kruger // Ralph Lauren // Jamie Chung
looped bun // Rooney Mara // Altuzarra

 

Martha Stewart Weddings // The Hair Styler // Ornent
Nicole Kidman // Twigs & Honey // Lauren Conrad

 

Anne Combaz // Reese Witherspoon // Los Angeles Magazine
Britt Ekland // updated beehive // Beyonce

 

braid crown // Hairdressers Journal // Louisa Bailey
Saty + Pratha // Gil Inoue // Martha Stewart

 

The runway and the red carpet are both excellent sources of inspiration for gorgeous hairstyles, but depending on what you’re looking for, a web search for ideas can be a tad overwhelming. Hopefully this round-up has taken some of the legwork out of The Great Updo Hunt for you!

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