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35 best free Monogram fonts for designers

With so many fantastic (and free!) Fonts available online, there really is a font for every occasion. While you can technically use any font to create monograms, some fonts are specifically designed and best suited for this purpose. Monograms are large and decorative letters used to personalize different types of designs. You can use them to create elegant wedding invitations, professional business cards, sophisticated stationery, brochures, silhouettes or even your logo. Monogram fonts are also fantastic in various DIY projects and as machine embroidery patterns, and you can even add them to your website to make the text more interesting.

Here are 35 free monogram fonts licensed for commercial use.

1. Apex Lake

Apex Lake combines ornaments with readability for great results. With a slightly Victorian touch and a double frame around each letter, this font is perfect for any kind of clean design.

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2. TrajanusBricks

This monogram font demonstrates that not all monogram fonts should appear as if they had just been shipped since the 17th century. TrajanusBricks a modern and geometric font available in two variants (pictured above). Lowercase characters don't have a border around them, so you can combine them with capital letters for some really catchy effects.

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3. FreeMonogram

Although it doesn't support many characters, FreeMonogram is a very popular monogram font, and I'm sure you can understand why. a classic that looks great, either embroidered on a pillow or printed on wedding invitations.

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4. Square caps

Similar to the previous character, Square Caps doesn't have many glyphs, but it makes up for it by adding a unique touch to its uppercase characters. They all have an illustrated background and, if you look closely, you will see that they contain different details. Thanks to this creative feature, Square Caps would have been perfect in an illustrated book or in a collection of printed fairy tales.

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5. Henry Morgan Hand

Henry Morgan Hand looks simple, but his twirls and swashes make it perfect for monograms that must be legible. It looks like a handwritten font, but a little more elegant than your average handwriting.

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6. Freebooter script

With its elaborate swashes, Freebooter Script looks gorgeous and works great like a traditional monogram font. also very readable, so you can use it to write whole paragraphs instead of just the initials. Supports some extended characters.

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7. Exmouth

Another classic monogram font, Exmouth looks fantastic both on screen and in print. an inclined character that combines thin and thick lines for an elegant hand effect.

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8. Little Lord Fontleroy

Little Lord Fontleroy a popular favorite in DIY hoops, most likely due to its contour effect which makes it easy to transfer onto fabrics like embroidery. Of course, you can also use it in your digital documents and projects, especially if you have a retro look.

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9. Sortefax

You will get a lot if you choose Sortefax. This font supports a large font set and is available in three equally fascinating styles with thick strokes and subtle swashes. an excellent font for titles and initials in a text.

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10. Monoton

Monoton is a geometric font that is guaranteed to attract everyone's attention, whether you use it as a display font on your website or to design a logo.

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11. Preciosa

Preciosa offers a good balance between floral ornaments and readability thanks to its thick strokes. The characters have decorations inside them, a little unusual for the initials.

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12. Debonair Inline

Debonair Inline popular for its straight and clean lines which give it a geometric look and a retro quality. Choose this font for professional designs to leave a strong impression.

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13. Rothenburg decorative

This decorative font has a distinct Gothic touch and the initials stand out in all types of text. Rothenburg excellent as a traditional monogram font and very appropriate if your design refers in some way to history or folklore.

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14. Lovers Quarrel

Lovers Quarrel an elegant script font with swash full of upper case characters. It would seem surprising in monograms for wedding materials, despite its threatening name.

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15. Sailing

The legible and captivating sail in its simplicity. Subtle shots make it a smart choice for monograms and initials, but you can also use it for titles and posters.

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16. Itsadzoke

Itsadzoke available in different styles and supports a large number of extended characters. It looks great in both titles and initials, and the most interesting feature is the way it mixes lowercase and uppercase characters.

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17. Riesling

This subtle and classy character simply exudes elegance. Not too elaborate, so perfect for minimal designs and clean initials, as well as magazine titles, for example.

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18. Black rose

Black Rose thick, retr and its tiny fonts are very clear and legible. It would be nice in both formal and casual designs.

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19. Carrington

Carrington an inclined character with shots and volutes retr. ornate and ideal for monograms, but also legible and perfectly suited for titles and logos.

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20. Caslon initials

This popular monogram font available in two variations: plain and calligraphic, so you can combine them to get a stronger visual effect. decorative, but not too decorated, so it will go well in all types of design.

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21. Cinzel

Cinzel a sophisticated and clean font with swash, perfect for professional designs such as business cards and formal invitations. available in six different styles (including decorative and bold) and supports extended characters.

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22. Dearest

Dear one, one of those decorated monogram fonts that seem to come from a medieval manuscript. a great choice for initials in a text, because it will surely catch the reader's attention.

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23. Selfish

Selfishness a somewhat extravagant monogram font with flowing swashes and an "overwritten" effect that gives it a calligraphic look. It would not be easily readable in a text, but it looks beautiful in titles, initials or signatures.

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24. Maravilloso

A font for those who dare to be different, Maravilloso attracts attention with its extra-thick traits and surrounded characters. perfect for logos and titles, but would also work perfectly for monograms in an unconventional type of design.

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25. Park Lane

Here is another retr monogram font, but this one supports extended accents and characters. Use it for professional purposes or in website and magazine titles.

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26. Note on the calendar

This modern font makes sure that every character is noticed. You can use it for monograms, posters, titles and logos or wherever you need simplicity and a stark contrast.

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27. Box of chocolate

A sweet character with an even sweeter name, Chocolate Box not too decorative, therefore excellent for monograms in simple and clean designs. available in two styles.

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28. Black stationery

Black Chancery a traditional monogram font that looks a bit gothic, but without elaborate swash. Lowercase characters are very readable, so you can also use it for text.

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29. School of magic

Does this font remind you of anything? If you are a Harry Potter fan, it probably does. The Magic School is a great choice if you want to capture the spirit of Hogwarts in your monograms.

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30. Shangri La

Compared to some of the monogram fonts on this list, Shangri La looks simple, but supports extended accents and characters, so a good choice for monograms in foreign languages. The M glyph is a fascinating and original feature of this clean monogram font.

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31. Simpla Font

Simpla Fonta a union of floral motifs and tribal design that clearly visible in the form of thick waves that make up the body of the main letter to create a fascinating character.

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32. Cassandra

The Cassandra monogram seems to be the result of a collaboration between an architect and a calligraphy expert, and I must admit that the thin parallel lines compensate for the incomplete body of the letter in an elegant way that will surely attract attention.

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33. Celtic character of Paul

Celtic design a gold mine of artistic inspirations and expressed in a very captivating way by the character of Paul's Celtic, ideal for a monogram. There overlap of chain design elements that adorn the letters radiate elegance and make Paul's Celtic font an excellent option for creating monograms.

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34. Leafy shade

Looking for a monogram font with a combination of flora and a hint of royal appeal now? Look no further than the Leafy Shade font, which is a heavy ink take on natural design mixed with royal calligraphy with an equally impressive use of the shadow effect.

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35. Zilap

Zilap bold equal parts and futuristic equal parts. Just take a look at the clever use of the lines in the body of the letter that resemble those that run on a printed circuit board and the elegant way they blend with the surrounding space.

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SEE ALSO: 10 free tools to create your own fonts

What font would you use for monograms and initials? You can recommend others best monogram font ? Let us know in the comments.