8 Free Fonts for Blog Design

Do you want to add your own personal style to your blog design? Or maybe add some pizazz to your graphics? With the use of free fonts you can let your imagination run wild and get the exact look you are looking for. These fonts are perfect for achieving a one of a kind look on your blog. You use these fonts in your blog header, sidebar, graphics or within the body of a blog post.

There are thousands of free fonts available and finding the perfect one can be a little challenging. That’s why we’ve put together some of the favorite FREE fonts for blog design.

free fonts for blog design

8 Free Fonts for Blog Design

Fonts are a lot of fun and really bring a sense of style to any blog design or graphic. As you can see from the graphic above, no font is the same, which makes these fonts so amazing!

Each font has it’s own unique style and can really help you set yourself apart from other sites.

Spend some time looking through the fonts below and the resources we listed. You will surely find the perfect font for your site!

Cocktail Script

Open Sans

Honey Script


Richard Murray


Gill Sans Ultra Bold



There are several places where you can find free fonts and we’ve listed some of our favorites!

And if you missed our most recent post on free cursive fonts you can find it here.

Your Turn

Where is your favorite place to find free fonts for blog design?

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  1. Your comment is awaiting moderation.

    The font that says Honey Script actually looks more like the **Lobster** fonts (Lobster, Lobster 1.4 and Lobster two). This particular one looks like Lobster 1.4, found at http://www.impallari.com/lobster/

    In case you’re concerned about impallari…http://www.scamadviser.com/check-website/www.impallari.com

    Good luck.

  2. Hi, Your link to Richard Murray looks nothing like the example. The ‘r’s are decidedly different and your example looks like a script font. Could you double check?

  3. Just checked the Honey Script and for some reason it does not appear to be the same font when you click the link maybe its just my computer?

    Thanks you!

  4. Thanks for share Kristi, I must go with the blackjack as I write about internet voip technology so I think that will be perfect match for my postings.

  5. My blog is called Drinking the Whole Bottle so Cocktail Script and Riesling were right up my alley. I use blogger though and am not sure how to use this fonts within my blog. You said the tutorial for that will come out next week?

  6. These are great, thanks so much for sharing! I’m so glad I’m not alone in my deep affection for fonts. :P

  7. Awesome collection of fonts! I already have many of these and really enjoy them!

  8. this is amazing .. I liked “cocktail script” :)

  9. This is super awesome and I can’t wait to try them out. Thanks for sharing.

  10. Thank you for this great resource!!
    I also love the website FontSquirrel.com-has a TON of different free fonts :)

  11. Love these. Thanks!

  12. Great, thank you for sharing this as I’ve been looking for different fonts for my photos.

  13. Nice post and fonts, but, to be honest, I can’t imagine whole blog post written with usage of them. Still, they look great for headings.

  14. These are great!

  15. Don’t mean to be picky but the font used for Honey Script on the graphic is actually Lobster. :-) Love the post!

  16. This is great thank you! I have one question about introducing special fonts like this into your blog. I thought that you have to have certain fonts within your webpage/blog that everyone will be able to view properly. Is there some special coding that is required to include these type of fonts into your blog, or will they work on any computer?

    • Research webfonts. Its newer coding that allows fonts to be online and loaded through html/css. If a user’s browser can’t handle webfonts, it will default to any normal font (like Arial or Verdana) that they have installed on their computer.

  17. Love these and thank you. I actually just reviewed my sites fonts and made a change, but I’m bookmarking this is case in my craziness I decide to switch again.

  18. I am new so I have not ventured into fonts yet! About to lose my patience on trying to figure how to get my pic BIGGER! bookmarking this page so when I move to fonts I will have your info- Great Post!

  19. I love the font posts… maybe it’s the wanna be scrapbooker in me!

  20. Black jack is by far my favorite ;) Thanks so much for sharing

  21. ooooo I really like these. Thanks for sharing!

  22. Good Morning!

    Thanks so much for this post! I am still in the early stages of blogging and need these guides and tips! However, a number of the links found within the “blog design” link didn’t work. Just thought you should know. LOVE the site!

  23. yay! Thanks!


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