How to Build Your Brand With 10 Awesome Font Combinations

Good font combination can make your design stand out, help text pop off the background and encourage people to read your message. However, for many non-designers the process of picking and pairing fonts can be daunting. Where to start? Which ones go best together? Are there some that should never be placed next to each other? Those are all questions that come to your mind as you start designing. Since we want to help you and inspire you to start pairing we have prepared 10 great font combinations that you can find in Content Creator.

Hussar + Libertinage

Sans-serif font with strong structure and geometric form such as Hussar can be combined nicely with contrasting but elegant style of Libertinage. Keep Hussar for headlines, as it will nicely separate certain pieces of your text and use Libertinage that is easy to read for body copy.

Bebas + Crusoe Text

Condensed and clean font such as Bebas has grown in popularity and became something like the “Helvetica of the free fonts”. Because of its clean lines and elegant shape it is uniformly proper for web or print. To balance it out and create a contemporary combination use Crusoe Text that has tidy uppercase and distinctive, friendly lowercase.

Tipo Type Italic + Regular

This font is a member of the serif family and is praised for its elegant and sophisticated look. If you want to go simple just pair regular and italic version of this font for a mix that is both feminine and charming.

Gentium Basic Bold + Italic

Highly readable, reasonably compact and visually attractive this is a perfect font for invitation design. Try contrasting its bold and italic version for a harmonious and balanced combination. 

Groupo3 + Libra Sans

Another geometric and attention grabbing font that works great for headlines and should be paired with structured and well composed Libra Sans that is easy to read.

Wisdom Script + Glober

Brush script font such as Wisdom Script works best when you contrast it with basic sans-serif font such as Glober. Keep script fonts mostly for headlines, as they are difficult to read in lengthy text.

Cinzel + Gentium Basic

Cinzel is a contemporary font inspired by first century Roman inscriptions and based on classical proportions. You can pair it with delicate and curvy Gentium Basic for a classic and elegant effect.

Avenir Light + Panamera 

Great example how thin font such as Avenir Light can work as a headline while structured and thick Panamera should be used for the rest of the body copy.

Titan One + Not Courier Sans

Strong geometric form of Titan One captures the attention and creates even more impact when teamed with thin and elegant Not Courier Sans.

Dynalight + Nueva STD

Dynamic font inspired by a vintage luggage tag is loaded with curves and soft angles that are complimented perfectly by Nueva STD for a harmonious and attention grabbing combination.

The more familiar your audience is with the font you choose, the more likely they will trust you and the message you are trying to convey. That is why utilising the same font family across multiple social media platforms and campaigns will build familiarity with the audience and keep the brand identity consistent. Let us know, which font combination do you like? Which font combination would you recommend? Leave your comments and check out Content Creator for a huge selection of fonts that will make your design stand out.