I am a collector of fonts.
They seem to exponentially collect on my computers- especially anything that looks like it’s meant for the magical and mystical. Fairy fonts are especially cute and tempting to download, and so I am doing my round up of great fairy fonts.
These fonts are whimsical, often curly, often created by hand, and always suggest movement of some sort.
The fonts in this list are all free, and I’ve added the links to where you can download them.
Some of these work best when you actually manually change the spacing between the letters (in design speak this is called kerning.) I think in fairy weak it must be just called adding some special sparkle in order to make is look perfect. 🙂
Enjoy these fairy fonts links!
1. Foglihten No. 7
I love this wispy, whimsical font. Check out their other Foglihten series fonts also. Amazing freebie and oh so magical looking.
2. Karl Wright Script
This curly font looks like it was made with a tiny brush and a steady hand.
3. Moonlight Shadow
The fairy that created this script was probably flying around, wandering and throwing dust all at the same time.
Creative, haphazard, and curiously delicious.
Free for personal use.
Commercial use $10 here
4. PW Fairytales
A young fairyling, practicing with a teeny-tiny stick for the first time.
Punk rock and magic all wrapped up in one.
This is an older fairy font for sure. The blackletter feel harkens back to the Guttenberg area. (woah. a really long time ago.)
7. Evernight Stargazer
Fun, whimsical and friendly. 100% fairy.
8. DK Monsieur Le Chat
This little fairy princess has lots of time to embellish, add swirls and curls and puppy dog tails.
I’m sure the creator is a little too big for her fairy britches, but it’s cute all the same.
9. Dearest Dorothy
Perfectly legible for toadstool signage.
This is a post-modern fairy font. Perfectly cut, perfectly legible. Minimal, with just the right amount of curl.
😉 Enjoy! I’d love to see how you use them.