18 free calligraphy fonts for your blog or business

18 FREE calligraphy fonts for you blog or business

Today I present you 18 free calligraphy fonts for your blog or business. I ‘ve been on the hunt for some gorgeous fonts for my clients lately and those are just perfect for logo design, signatures or any other types of fancy blog graphics.

Please beware that those fonts are for personal use only. If you wish to use them with your clients, you need to purchase a commercial license.


Where to download




How do I install a font on my Mac?

Double-click the font file > “Install font” button at the bottom of the preview.

How do I install a font on my PC?

Place the font files (.ttf, .otf or .fon) into the Fonts folder, usually C:\Windows\Fonts or C:\WINNT\Fonts
(can be reached as well by the Start Menu > Control Panel > Appearance and Themes > Fonts).

Disclaimer & Copyrights

The fonts presented above are their authors’ property and are either freeware, shareware, demo versions or public domain. The license mentioned above the download button is just an indication. Please look at the readme-files in the archives or check the indicated author’s website for details, and contact him if in doubt.
If no author/license is indicated that’s because we don’t have information, that doesn’t mean it’s free ( Source: Dafont.com)


Want to save these gorgeous fonts for later? Get the PDF!

  • Thank you, I’ve been looking for a fotn that’s writing and readable. Angel Face seems perfect for that.

    • Iglika

      Happy to help ☺️

  • sheree

    I’m obsessed with fonts. Thank you for this. Also, love the name of your blog!

    • Iglika

      You are welcome, dear 🙂

  • These are so beautiful! Thanks!

    • Iglika

      You are welcome, Brittany!

  • Joleisa Creed

    Loving these. now i know where to go. saving for later

  • Girl Meets GAMEDAY

    Love these fonts! Thanks for sharing!!

  • I’d appreciate it if you didn’t copy my entire Blog Pixie post right down to the disclaimer, word-for-word. Originality and hard work is key in the blogging / creative business world. It’s not a good idea to just copy and paste an entire post from someone who has put their time and effort into creating something from scratch. It’s somewhat flattering but very frustrating at the same time. Hope you understand and won’t do this to anyone else in the future.

    • Iglika

      Hi Vanessa! It’s my fault- I was in a hurry publishing the post and assumed you have copied Dafont’s policies, which is what I wanted to do. Clearly, it is my mistake and I take full responsibility. However, I never copy anyone else’s work, and why on earth would I need to copy Disclaimers.. Anyhow, I updated the post with DaFont’s policies, so it’s all good now. Sorry about that.

  • Tanya Peterson Felsheim

    Beautiful fonts. They are almost all free for personal use but not commercial. I would share that not always able to use these in “business” offerings. I clicked on almost all and they are all limited and are not “The fonts presented above are their authors’ property, and are either freeware, shareware, demo versions or public domain” there are a few that are demo but even then there are some major limits on them. Dafont has many that are freeware/shareware/demo and public domain but most of these are not. They are however amazing!

    • Iglika

      Hi Tanya! I am happy that you like my font selection list. Have you actually read the whole article? 🙂 It’s stated in the very first paragraph in bold letters that the fonts are for personal use only.
      We should respect the people that have created those beautiful fonts and buy a license in order to use them for commercial projects. After all, they all cost anywhere between $12 to $20. That’s totally affordable 😉

      • Tanya Peterson Felsheim

        I did see that just the disclaimer at the bottom says Disclaimer & Copyrights

        The fonts presented above are their authors’ property, and are either freeware, shareware, demo versions or public domain. The licence mentioned above the download button is just an indication. which people might get confused but glad you are taking precautions

        every week I get free fonts from several places and no longer keep any that are personal use because I’ve had friends get things mixed up..just thought I’d bring up.

  • Suzi Warden

    What font did you use for the title picture? I’m OBSESSED with it!

    • Iglika

      Hey @@suziwarden:disqus! 🙂 The font used in the title is called Madelyn. You can buy it here: https://crmrkt.com/OOrD6

      xx Iglika

      • Suzi Warden

        oh awesome sauce! Thank you!

        • Suzi Warden

          Also, the link you gave goes to some spoons pictures, but I found it! https://crmrkt.com/5qDqO … now to justify the $37!

          • Iglika

            Oops sorry about the link! Yes, It’s awesome 🙂 I bought it because it also has Cyrillic characters 😉

  • They’re all so pretty!! Thank you 😍

  • These are beautiful. Thank you very much 🙂

  • Del Carmen

    Thank you for this! And for all your hard work with curating and creating such beautiful work for bloggers alike.


    • Iglika

      <3 aww you are welcome @disqus_Yy6kSB7DuO:disqus !

  • Christi

    These are not fonts you can use for your blog or business, as they are not free for commercial use – only personal use.

  • Carteeny Karrans

    thank you so much for sharing, they are beautiful <3

  • Tanosha Limchairoek

    Thanks a million !!!

    • Iglika

      You are welcome 🙂

  • LucidGal

    The first two I looked at were NOT free for business use, so I am done. Your headline is misleading.

  • Hamza Riffat

    Thanks For These Fonts 🙂

  • Vivian Tejeda

    This is awesome! I love the ‘Lemon’ font!! Thanks a bunches 🙂

  • Evelyn Olivares

    Thank you so much!
    I loved all of them ♥

  • claudia acuña

    Thank you so much!!! These are so beautiful! I love them!!

  • I’m a bit confused by what private use means? Can I use the font on my blog then or not? 🙂

    • Iglika

      Personal use means you are using it only for yourself. Commercial use is when you are using it for example to create logos for other people. Hope this helps 🙂

  • Thanks so much for sharing all of these gorgeous fonts! x

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