Five Different Styles Of Writing In Calligraphy

Different Styles Of Writing

Five Different Styles Of Writing In Calligraphy

While calligraphy is a beautiful art form of handwriting, there are various styles or fonts as one may call it that can be used to write in calligraphy. Of the many fonts that are used in calligraphy, the following are the most popular styles/fonts:

Dom Loves Mary

This is one of the most beautiful and popular font styles that is used to give a complementary approach of both style and uniqueness to the designs


This is an old-fashioned yet stylish calligraphic font that has many cursive details and stylish scripts. The unique characteristics of this font is uniformity and attractiveness. The variation of letters is also very elegant that can complement to any design layout.

Perfumerie Script Pro

This beautifully designed font has stylish and classical calligraphic details. What makes this font unique from others is that it has 2,500 available glyphs and font styles.

Aphrodite Slim Pro

Coming from the font family of Aphrodite Pro, Aphrodite Slim Pro has more detailed characters. Created by Maximiliano Sproviero and Sabrina Mariela Lopez, this calligraphy font has over 1,000 glyphs and the swashes are very stylish with many curves and flourishes

Monte Carlo Pro

Although Monte Carlo is a traditional type of calligraphic fonts, one can find many cursive details and swashes in this font style. Designed by Rob Leuschke, this beautiful script font is with many flourishes and ornate complementing each other as a perfect font for wedding invitation.