I’ve got five unique font pairings ideas for your website launch or redesign below! These are some of my go-to favorite type combos. They are a mixture of paid and free fonts. To use a font I mention below, simply Google the name to find it, and be sure to download the correct license! If you’re using a font for your business website, you must download a commercial license versus your hobby website can download a personal license.
Playfair Display and Lato Regular Fonts
Both Playfair Display and Lato come in a family of fonts, so you can get really creative with this duo!
Sandman and American Typewriter Fonts
Sandman arrives bundled with a snazzy outline option, if you wanted an alternative to make headlines stand out or layer with the filled font. I love playing with the character spacing to make the classic American Typerwriter look fresh.
Silver South and P22 Underground Book Fonts
Silver South arrives in a bundle with two handwritten fonts that will blow your mind. I stalked P22 Underground Book until I found it’s name. I am so obsessed with it!
Oswald Demibold and Source Sans Pro Fonts
Two classic but unique fonts you’ll never get tired of reading. The Oswald family of fonts is one of my go-to fonts (especially for CTA buttons). I love that it is more narrow than most fonts, but still commands attention.
Abiding Love and Adobe Caslon Pro Fonts
Support this Etsy artist by purchasing Abiding Love font duo (it arrives with a complementary serif font as well). And I do love how well it pairs with the classic Adobe Calson Pro–shown in regular here, but check out the entire font family.
If you’re all set and you’ve already discovered your unique font pairings, be sure to check out my color quiz to help you nail down your brand color palette! And follow my Typography board on Pinterest where I consistently share more unique fonts pairing ideas. XOXO, SJP?