Script Fonts

Fonts by Inspirations

Script fonts are typefaces with a personal touch, like calligraphy and handwriting fonts. They are perfect for invitations, greeting cards, headlines or very short, expressive texts. They range from classic, flowing scripts for elegant designs to light-hearted types with rounded forms for a fresh, peppy look. Script fonts are especially popular in advertising as a contrast to the neutral fonts used so often today.
Note: this page contains just a few of our personal favorite script fonts. Use our keyword search for ’Script’ to find many other fonts in this category in the Linotype product portfolio.

This is our expert selection:

Casual | Calligraphy | Classic | Retro
Casual script fonts have been steadily gaining in popularity. They look as though handwritten, but more like printing or very informal script than traditional calligraphy. Their original, unconventional characters are perfect for occasions like Valentine’s Day, birthday, greeting cards or eye-catching headlines. In advertising or on posters, these fonts are just the thing for funky modern products.

Excritura Bradley Texting Meroe Gratitude Script Koorkin Coomeec ITC Weber Hand Dot Script Challenger Martini Script Saussa Tendria Sunetta True North Script Wiesbaden Swing Expectation ITC Johann Sparkling Vladimir Script Mulberry Script Linotype Elisa Julietrose GirlScript

The graceful flowing forms are what lend calligraphic script fonts their elegance and energy. They are ideal for traditional-looking or refined applications like formal invitations and tasteful letterhead.

Waza Potpourrie Libelle Stevens Titling Linotype Zapfino Hamada Pirouette Cancellaresca Script Künstler Script Shelley Script Aristocrat ITC Edwardian Script Balmoral LinoScript English Script Gravura Young Baroque

Classic script fonts are distinguished by their timeless character and touch of class. Use them for personal or formal occasions like weddings, baptisms and graduations or on menus and place cards.

Bradley Type William Lucas Script Elegy Auberge Script Gavotte Marnie Nuptial Script Arioso ITC Redonda Victory Script Virtuosa Classic

The advertising fonts of the 1950s and 1960s are back in style again and very popular among designers. The friendly and lively brush and script fonts not only have a welcome, eye-catching appearance, but also represent a perfect contrast to the more sober flair of the contemporary slab serif or square sans fonts.

Reklame Script Tribeca Script Stempel Elan Aloha Script Magesta Script Sneaker Script Calgary Script Melon Script