While writing good blog posts is a must, it is also important to create attractive graphics to go along with them. Did you know that the fonts you use in your graphics can either captivate your readers attention or discourage them from reading your work? Well, it’s true! The graphics you create for your blog and social media are the first things your readers see. So, if they are bad, they will probably be the only things your readers will ever see. Therefore, it is crucial that you choose your fonts wisely! However, I know it can be a hassle finding pretty fonts. Which is why, I have personally compiled a list of the best fonts in Canva to help you find fonts you like.
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Although there are many apps you can use to create graphics, Canva is by far one of the best and most popular apps used by bloggers. And there’s a good reason for that. Canva makes graphic design simple and fun. Not only can you create a variety of beautiful graphics with no experience, but you can use many features for free.
Which is why, I personally create all of my graphics using Canva. I’m 100% a Canva girl. I love their features, templates, elements, photos, and their fonts.
Although Canva has a variety of free fonts available, not all of their fonts are attractive. You definitely have to carefully look through their fonts in order to find the pretty fonts. Which is why, I have decided to research the fonts in Canva to bring you the very best fonts.
BEST FONTS SUGGESTED BY BLOGGERS
So, I decided to begin my journey to discover the best and most used fonts in Canva by bloggers by conduction research on Twitter.
After asking many bloggers on Twitter what their favorite fonts to use in Canva are, I created a list of over 50 fonts! Although I loved some fonts more than others, I tried my best to include every font that was suggested to me.
I also did my own font research by personally trying out almost every single free font in Canva. And after a few hours of research, I was able to create another list of all of the beautiful fonts in Canva. Therefore, I have combined both the fonts suggested and the fonts I discovered to create one huge list of the best fonts in Canva.
COMPILATION OF CANVA FONTS
I have created a A-Z gallery of the best fonts in Canva to demonstrate each font in lower-case and upper-case format. So, please keep in mind that some of the fonts may not look as neat and polished in upper-case format as they do when they’re in lower-case. However, I chose to include both lower-case and upper-case to give you a good idea of how the font looks in either format.
So, with that being said, let’s get right into the gallery of fonts! xo
THE BEST FONTS IN CANVA:
Since many font names start with the letter A, it was hard to only choose a few. Therefore, I have compiled a list of 20 beautiful fonts that start with the letter A.
- Anonymous Pro
- Aileron Thin
- Alegreya SC
- Alegreya Sans Regular
- Architects Daughter
- Abhaya Libre Regular
- Abril Fatface
- Advent Pro Light
- Arima Madurai light
- Athiti Regular
- Atma Light
Here are 8 of the best fonts that start with the letter B.
- Beach Resort
- Bryndan Write
There were also a couple of great fonts that start with the letter C, so here are 8 fonts!
- Cabin Sketch
- Comfort Bold
- Catamaran Light
- Clicker Script
I have decided to keep the pretty fonts that start with the letter D and E together because there weren’t that many! So, here are the 8 fonts I found.
- Dejavu Serif
- Drunkaatie Burti
- Dancing Script
- Emilys Candy
- Eczar Regular
- Essays 1743
Since the fonts that start with the letter F and G aren’t many, I have also combined them. Here are the 9 fonts that I found.
- Fira Sans Light
- Freckle Face
- Finger Paint
- Glacial Indifference
- Give Your Glory
- Gilda Display
- Grand Hotel
I have also decided to keep the pretty fonts that start with letters H through K together because there weren’t that many! So, here are all 8 fonts I found.
- HK Grotesk Light
- Im Fell English SC
- Julius Sans One
- Josefin Slab
- Kaushan Script
Here are 11 of the prettiest fonts that start with the letters L and M.
- Lemon Tuesday
- Lato Hairline
- Lifelogo Easy
- Montserrat Thin
- Manjari Bold
- Max Somsin
- Mizra Regular
Take a look at 9 of the best fonts that start with the letter N through O.
- Noto Serif Display Thin
- Neuton Regular
- Noto Serif
- Open Sans
- Open Sans Light
Going down the alphabet, here are 11 gorgeous fonts that start with the letter P and Q.
- Playfair Display
- Playlist Script
- PT Sans
- Permanent Marker
- Quicksand Medium
Although there were quite a few pretty fonts that start with the letter S, I have decided to combine them with the fonts that start with letter R. So, here they are!
- Rokkitt Medium
- Sue Ellen Francisco
Here are 10 beautiful fonts that start with the letters T, U and V.
- True Typewriter
- Tenor Sans
- Tilana Regular
- TH Sarabun New
- Unica One
- VDS Thin
Lastly, here 10 more fonts that start with the letters W, X, Y, and Z.
- WC Mano Negra Bold
- Walter Turncoat
- XB Yas
- XM Yekan
- Yaldevi Colombo Regular
- Yatra One
- Zilla Slab Light
THE TOP 5 MOST SUGGESTED FONTS IN CANVA:
Although there were a variety of fonts suggested to me on Twitter, here are 5 of the most suggested fonts.
- Playlist Script
- Lemon Tuesday
- Glacial Indifference
I wouldn’t have been able to create this post without the contribution of all of the wonderful bloggers mentioned below! So, here’s a huge shoutout to everyone who participated in my Twitter research thread. Thank you all! 🙂
- Steph from: lifestyleofanontrophywife.com
- Karalee from: talesofbelle.com
- Ami from: undercoversuperhero2.home.blog
- Lanae from: budgetingbelle80.blogspot.com
- Samantha from: momapreneurblog.com
- Rhema from: thenecessityaccessory.com
- Megan from: megancecilia.com
- Holly from: hollydasilva.com
- Rachel from: thedarlingdogmom.com
- LP from: thenewburygirl.com
- Sarah from: poutineandprada.com
- Lauren from: bournemouthgirl.com
- Sam from: simplyadiary.com
- Rachael from: rachaelhope.co.uk
- Elen from: welshwanderer.com
- Meggan from: cardiganjezebel.com
- Alex from: aestheticsbyalexx.com
- Samantha from: evidence-basedmommy.com
- Sarah from: sincerelyessie.co.uk
- Sanjota from: hackytips.com
- Chevy from: chevytakesthemic.com
- Lisa from: fluxingwell.com
- Emily from: newyorkfamilyadventures.com
- Melissa from: funkycrunchymama.com
- Valerie from: valerieascending.com
- Taryn from: memoriesofthunder.wordpress.com
- Karolina and Patrick from: karolinapatryk.com
- Georgina from: chronillicles.com
- Megan from: meganelizabethlifestyle.com
- Julie from: familytravellifestyle.com
- Vidaya from: vidhyathakkar.com
- Monica from: chrysanthemumsliliesandcacti.wordpress.com
- Nidhi from: theprivatesocialite.wordpress.com
- Bodhisattya from: BodhisattwaPalReview.blogpost.com
- Stephanie from: stephsocial.com
I had so much fun gathering everyone’s responses, discovering new fonts, and creating this post for all of you. So, I hope you all enjoyed this post and will pick up a few fonts from here for yourself. Feel free to bookmark this page for future reference. Also, let me know in the comments below what fonts you like to use in Canva.
Until next time,