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Best Canva Font Combinations for Branding

Choosing the perfect font combination may seem like a daunting task, but that is why I selected some of my current favorite font combinations for you!

When choosing a font, it is essential to consider where and how it will be used. Fonts have a huge impact on the look and feel of your brand so it is important to choose one that fits your image and the feel of your company.

Canva offers a ton of great font options, so I did the hard work for you and picked out the best!

A few tips in choosing the best font and font combinations for your brand…

  • Test drive your font. You may love the initial look, but once you have tried out a few different phrases, you may notice it is not the right fit.

  • Play around with the different styling. A font can look extremely different in all caps or all lower case, same goes for bold and thin options.

  • Consistency is key. You will want to choose fonts that interchangeably work for different aspects of your branding. Having 2 or 3 strong fonts instead of 5 or 6 will make your brand look more clean and professional.

Check out some of my favorite Canva font combinations!!

Starting with one of my favorite handwritten fonts, Moontime. It has a whimsical feel with the loose strokes and uneven baselines. It's a great eye-catching font for titles and for words or phrases that you want to emphasize. Pair it with a fan favorite, Monteserrat, for a nice clean and professional look. This font is a simple sans-serif that has nice rounded elements that really compliment most fonts that it is paired with. It functions greatly as body text or less important words and or phrases.

Kage Thin is a modern serif that plays around with the line weight to create a funkier look. It adds in some more fun elements with the stretched appearance and the curved edges to give this font a fun, but orderly appearance, great for titles! Pair it with Open Sauce Light to create a balanced look to your brand's font selections. This font has a nice even line weight and blunt edges to really compliment the funkier aspects of Kage Thin. Great for longer bodies of text or a subheading!

Throwing in a more feminine feel, Brittany, is a beautiful handwritten font that gives a young and fun personality to your text. Great to grab your readers attention and the simple line weight makes it easy to read. Combine it with Garet Book for your longer blocks of text to create the perfect font combo. This sans-serif also gives a younger look with the emphasis on the rounded edges and different angles.

If you're looking for a standout font, Elika Gorica is a great option! Its thick slab strokes along with sharp curves gives an elegant look along with having modern and vintage appearance. It has a demanding presence that will catch the attention of your viewer. Pair it with a simpler font, Harmattan to create a great font combination. This body text mirrors some of the defining characteristics of Elika Gorica, with its glyphic elements and sharp curves it is a great compliment.

Finishing up with a timeless combination, Brixton is a unique serif that emanates a handcrafted look, but maintains a professional look with its bold strokes. After you've grabbed your readers attention, pair it with Agrandir to compliment your titles with this lightweight sans-serif font. This thin font uses negative space to its advantage to display an elegant but minimal design. Great for bodies of text or subheadings!

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