Lately, I have been trying to level up my design for a Pinterest pin and it was like a brainstorm in my head. Which font to use? What app to use? I had to do a lot of searching and I was exhausted. Here are the font pairings that I rounded up to help you and not to get entangled like I did (seriously you will have a huge headache). HOW TO DO FONT PAIRINGS LIKE A PINTEREST PRO.
Just so you know, If you don’t know the basic of typography, here are some good links from the blog that I read to help you understand more.
Hopefully this will give you an introduction to what are you gonna jump into. Typography is an easy thing if you already get used to it, especially when you are having a blog. You will have to do design for your post on social media like Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram. This is the most important thing because it will attract more traffic if people see you put a lot of effort into your design and also they will see you as a legit blogger.
If you are a beginner, it’s best to have only one font to use. Here are some good samples:
source from Penns Woods
source It’s Pink Pot
quick note: from my point of view and tons of searching, if you want to design your pinterest pin, it is better to have catchy fonts like sans or sans serif with bold and bright colors. This will catch people’s attention and want to click more or if you want to create a unique feel for you personal brand, you can choose these hand written letters.
source from Elegance and Enchanment
source from Blog Pixie
source from Sarah Titus
source from Feedly
When you already get used to one font and wanted to try mix and match between two different fonts, Here are some excellent samples:
source from Gregor Kaurin Design
source from Mariah Althoff
source from Rachel Bonnes Design
source from Go Live HQ
source from Spyres Studio
Wanna level up your font pairings skills with a combination of bold and beautiful hand written fonts? Here are some lovely font pairings:
source from Bloglovin
source from Skyla Design
source from The 36th Avenue
source from Kimberly Geswein Fonts
source from Creative Market