Party By Tom
Party By Tom
For a festive font, complete with streamers, Party By Tom is a good bet. The letter forms in this font are fairly cartoonish, making for a fun font that fits with a birthday theme very well. The font provides only capital letters. While Party By Tom is easy to read, it is meant for for titles and headers, rather than body text. There are also only limited punctuation marks available with this font.
Just as you might add a few balloons to your living room to turn it into a birthday party venue, you can add a few balloons to your birthday cards with Party Balloons. This font encapsulates letters within balloons — the balloons containing capital letters even have strings. This font is meant mostly for titles as well — it does have numbers and some punctuation marks, but many of the symbols standard to a flexible font are unavailable.
If you’re only looking for a few fancy numerals to liven up your birthday cards, Birthday Digits is the font for you. Perfect for picking out someone’s new age in big numbers, this font actually includes two versions of each number. The main version is a set of line drawings, adding a festive theme to the numbers. On the second version, the drawings are colored in. To use the second version of the number set after you have installed this font, you’ll use letters to set your figures: you’ll type ‘A’ for ‘0’, ‘B’ for ‘1’ and so on.
Sometimes you’re not just looking for a font you can use on your birthday cards. Occasionally, you need birthday dingbats. Birthdaze is a whole collection of small birthday images, ranging from presents to candles to party-goers complete with party hats. While this font doesn’t have any letters, it does have plenty of dingbats able to take your invitations to the next level.
More Birthday Fonts
There are hundreds of free fonts available for your birthday projects, although not all of them are labelled as such. In Dafont’s extensive database of free fonts, for instance, many are considered party fonts, rather than birthday fonts.
This post is part of the series: Free Fonts for Desktop Publishing
No matter what event or holiday you are planning, if you are creating flyers or invitations for it, you’ll want a font that’s appropriate for the task. This series uncovers the best fonts to use for your desktop publishing projects, and better yet, every one of these fonts is free.
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