With Halloween only a few weeks away, we are already dreaming about the holiday season. It is my favorite season of the year! Parties to throw, cards to write, and a million reasons to use a new font. Here is a collection of 25 of my favorite downloadable fonts to use for parties, invitations, Christmas cards, and more. I have already lined up a few projects using the Edwardian Script (so pretty!) to share with you soon.

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1. Sail, by Latinotype. 2. Pablo Skinny, by Paul Wilde L’Heureux. 3. Bookeyed Nelson, by Tart Workshop. 4. CAC Champagne, by American Greetings. 5. Century Schoolbook, by Morris Fuller Benton. 6. Nevis, by Ten by Twenty. 7. Rockwell, by Monotype. 8. Parisienne, by Astigmatic One Eye. 9. Pacifico, by Vernon Adams. 10. Ostrich Sans, by Tyler Finck. 11. Bell MT, by Richard Austin. 12. Lobster Two, by Pablo Impallari. 13. Edwardian Script ITC, by Edward Benguiat. 14. Dalle, by Neal Fletcher. 15. Georgia, by Matthew Carter + Tom Rickner. 16. Fertigo Pro, by Exljbris. 17. Kitchener, by Caffeen. 18. Windsong, by Bright Ideas. 19. Alana Pro, by Laura Worthington. 20. Bernhard Fashion, by Lucian Bernhard. 21. Learning Curve, by Blue Vinyl Fonts. 22. Baskerville Old Face, by Stephenson Blake. 23. Century Gothic, by Monotype. 24. Brannboll, by Måns Grebäck. 25. MS Gothic, by Ricoh Company.

And I’m obsessing a bit today over my favorite new party font, Malina! It hits that perfect festive, but just subtle enough touch. I can just see it adorning all my party invitations this coming year.

Graphic done in collaboration with Alli Michelle.

PS. A roundup of favorite romantic fonts and incase you prefer characters a festive emoji cheat sheet.