16 bewitching free Halloween fonts for scarily good DIY wedding invitations

Updated Oct 12 2015
Free Halloween wedding invitation fonts from @offbeatbride

We've already introduced some gorgeous and FREE fonts that you can use for your DIYed wedding invitations, but this time around we're giving some love to our couples planning Halloween weddings. We've got creepy fonts, horror movie-inspired fonts, and gothically delicious fonts for all types of Halloween-themed weddings.

If you're ready to tackle your own DIY Halloween invitations or save-the-dates, here are some of our favorite free Halloween fonts.

To install and use these fonts, follow these steps:

  1. Download them from their respective sites (linked below).
  2. Extract the font files into your Fonts folder (usually in C: > Windows > Fonts on PCs and here on Macs).
  3. Make sure to close out any graphics programs you're using before you look for your new fonts, otherwise they won't show up.

Tip: here's more help for navigating software programs to create invitations.

Free Halloween wedding invitation fonts from @offbeatbride

Free Halloween fonts locations:

Simon Script | Bleeding | Miserable | Poor Richard | Nightmare | Isabella | Deutsche Zierschrift | Porcelain | Voodoo Vampire | I Still Know | Night Stalker | Zombiefied | Blackletter | Old Press | A Charming Font | A Gothique Time

If you're still hyped up for more Halloween wedding inspiration, head here for the whole archive.


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