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29 Best Script Fonts for 2022 (Free and Paid)


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February 5, 2022

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Whether you’re looking for fonts for your logo, website, or other design need, you’ll find countless options to choose from. We’ve done the hard work for you by sifting through thousands of choices and have compiled a list of the best script fonts for 2022. See the best free Google fonts followed by the best paid fonts below.

Best Free Script Fonts

best free script fonts on Google fonts

Download the 6 best free script fonts on Google fonts:

Pinyon Script


Monsieur La Doulaise


Herr Von Muellerhoff


Best Paid Script Fonts

Below are the 23 best paid script fonts for 2022. Honestly this list could have hundreds of fonts mentioned because the options are endless. But these are our (and our customers’!) recent favorites that are great choices for adding a script font to your website.

Note: Click the images to go to each font.

best script font Faustine
best script font Luminaire
best script font Haute Couture
best script font Auteur
best script font Ecatherina
best script font Rhapsody
best script font Adore
best script font Galanthia
best script font Palmdale
best script font Otherway
best script font La Bohemia
best script font Anomutta
best script font The Impressionist
best script font Slight
best script font The Bohemian
best script font Paperie Creme
best script font The Handwritten Watermark
best script font Mauret
best script font Twin Oaks
best script font Lovelight
best script font Mythshire
best script font Wonder Garden
best script font Hafidz

A Few Tips

Script fonts can be used for a variety of purposes such as wedding invitations or t-shirt designs. What about when it comes to your branding and web design though? We recommend trying out a script font for your logo, like seen on our Hillcrest or Florence templates. Or try throwing in script accents to give your website some fun touches of character, like seen on our Harper or Oakhurst templates.

If you’re using a script or calligraphy font for your logo or branding, make sure it’s very easy to read. You don’t want a logo that you think looks nice but is illegible. If you’re unsure, it’s probably too hard to read, but ask a few friends for their opinion.

If you’re using a script font on your website, remember less is more. Adding minimal touches of script accents will go a long way, whereas using a script font for your paragraphs is an absolute no-go.

Which of these fonts is your favorite?

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