That amazing headline you came up with, the words you worked hard to write, the sidebar copy or call out text you want to emphasize … they’ll all be ignored when you use the wrong fonts to communicate them.
Even worse: the wrong font styles might communicate the exact opposite of what you intend, sending a confusing mixed message to your reader.
Fonts Give Meaning to Your Words
When you choose fonts carefully, they magnify the meaning behind the words you write. Choose fonts that express your brand personality, and your marketing will make a lasting impact.
These Font Style Combinations Work, and They’re All Yours (for Free)
Big Brand System exists because I want to help you create marketing materials that show your business in the best light.
I have worked with fonts professionally for over 25 years. How about you take advantage of my experience and borrow these great-looking font combinations for your next project?
A bonus: all these fonts are free, and I’m sharing the font names and where you can find them right in this post.
Gandhi Sans and Alegreya
Two highly readable, open typefaces come together for crisp, clear communication.
Merriweather and Merriweather Sans
You’ve got to love it when a typeface designer creates both a serif and a sans-serif version of the same font. It’s a guaranteed perfect match.
Dynalight and Gentium
A headline typeface with a big personality combined with a classic, easy-on-the-eyes text typeface.
Podkova and Source Sans Pro
At first glance, these two may not look like they’d be a good match. But on closer inspection, the letter forms blend nicely. It’s a unique combination that works.
Antonio and Lora
Opposites attract in this match made in heaven: a sans-serif condensed typeface holds its own with an open, readable serif typeface.
Now, Over to You
What font combinations have you found that you love? Share them with the Big Brand System community in the comment section, and be sure to let us know where we can find the fonts.
Want more? You can learn about choosing and combining fonts on this resource page.