16 free geeky fonts for your super, sci-fi, timey-wimey nerdy wedding invitations

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Free geeky fonts for #wedding #invitations as seen on @offbeatbride

We've compiled collections of free fonts for your sweet and romantic wedding invitations and for your gothically delicious horror and Halloween wedding invitations. But today we're indulging in our nerdy fandoms for some free geeky fonts for your superhero, magical, sci-fi, timey-wimey, and movie-themed DIY wedding invitations.

Designing your own invitations isn't for the faint of heart, so make sure you've taken a peek at our invitation vendors, free invitation printables, and our invitation DIY archive to make sure you're headed in the right direction before proceeding. Still ready to DIY your own geeky wedding invitations? Awesome. Here's how to use these fonts in your invites.

To install and use these free geeky fonts, follow these steps:

  1. Download them from their respective sites (linked below).
  2. Extract the font files into your Fonts folder (usually in C: > Windows > Fonts on PCs and here on Macs).
  3. Make sure to close out any graphics programs you're using before you look for your new fonts, otherwise they won't show up.

Tip: here's more help for navigating software programs to create invitations.

Free geeky fonts for #wedding #invitations as seen on @offbeatbride

Free geeky fonts locations:

8-Bit | Adventure | Alien League | Avengeance | Batman Forever | Bitwise | Blade Runner | Doctor What | Guardians | Harry P | Komika Axis | Sega Logo | Star Jedi | Star Trek Future | Starcraft | Transformers

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If you're still hyped up for more geeky wedding inspiration, head here for the whole archive.

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Comments on 16 free geeky fonts for your super, sci-fi, timey-wimey nerdy wedding invitations

  1. Those are some cool fonts!
    This is the one I used (I like it a lot): http://www.dafont.com/double-pixel-7.font

    And oh my gosh designing invitations is definitely NOT for the faint of heart I couldn’t agree more. I had my face in my hands more than I would’ve liked throughout the process. Also what I had originally planned was too ambitious, so I ended up with something simplified. I think it turned out nice though, I’m so excited to get the sample and see the cute pixel invitation I worked so hard on!

    It’s so worth it though! I feel good about putting all the work into something that is personalized and very “us”.

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