I have been noticing that feminine themes are often characterized by script and serif or sans serif font pairing. My branding is feminine and I like the delicate feel of script and sans serif font pairing. It just makes the overall look inviting and not too modern which if done wrong appears cold and unapproachable.
I have compiled a number of good script and sans serif or serif fonts for your reference. You can always mix and match and see what matches your branding. The font pairings are suggestions on how you can pair fonts for your heading and texts.
For instance, on your website, you can use a script font for headings then serif or sans serif for the body and sub-headings. I always incorporate script font to my blog post graphics and social media graphics. Using serif for most of the text and highlight one or couple of words using script works well, too.
I have written the font list below based on how they appear on the blog post graphic so you can easily pinpoint the name.
Font Pairing Suggestions
HOW TO DOWNLOAD AND INSTALL
- Click the link of your chosen font below. You will be directed to the sites where the fonts are available for download.
- After downloading, double click the zip file. Then click the TTF or OTF to install.
- The installation will prompt for password of your admin but that is normal for every installation. Key in admin password then install.
You can read the Ultimate List of Blogging Resources to know where to download free fonts.