Romantic fonts are an excellent choice for Valentine's Day because they evoke a feeling of love and romance. They can be used to create beautiful cards, invitations, and decorations that will make your Valentine's Day celebration even more special. Romantic fonts are also perfect for expressing your feelings of love and appreciation for your special someone.
Using these font templates, you can create a cute and fun valentine's card with just a few clicks.
1. Fleur De Leah Font
Designer Robert Leuschke created a handwritten typeface that is supple, graceful, and flowing. One of the first typefaces to use ornamental design components in the letterforms.
As with any script font, use it sparingly for captions and brief statements, but never in all caps.
Free for both personal and commercial use is the Fleur De Leah calligraphy font. Please copy or download a template and enjoy!
2. Rochester Font
Rochester Font is an elegant calligraphic script designed by Sideshow. It was influenced by early Victorian and Art Deco designs.
Rochester is ideal for any design work that calls for a traditional, formal, or opulent appearance, including wedding media, greeting cards, book covers, business cards, certificates, logos, and branding.
Both non-commercial and commercial use of this font is free.
3. MonteCarlo Font
This is a lightly handwritten typeface by Rob Leuschke that includes swashes and lowercase alternates. The italic in this linking script is light, giving it a very readable design.
MonteCarlo is ideal for circumstances where an opulent appearance, a clear message, and an attractive design are required. Free for commercial use.
4. Send Flowers Font
Send Flowers is a mono-weight script typeface with clear connecting strokes and a highly readable style by Robert Leuschke. Send Flowers is the perfect font for all your fun designs and it looks adorable, plus it's free for commercial use.
5. Sacramento Font
The Sacramento Font is a monoline, loosely connected script that draws inspiration from brochures created by hand-lettering artists in the mid-50s. Although it walks a fine line between professional and informal lettering, it has a strong presence for titles and headers.
It’s free for personal & commercial use.
6. Tangerine Font
Tangerine is produced by Japanese designer Toshi Omagari and was named after a woman who encouraged him to begin this work.
The most distinguishing feature of this type is its tall ascender, which takes up much of the space between lines and imparts a lovely texture. It’s free for personal & commercial use.
You can also download free fun and adorable Valentine's card templates.