Google fonts is one of the most user friendly and abundant databases out there for free fonts. But with so many font options out there and rules around finding web safe fonts and being in accordance with font licenses, it can be intimidating to search for fonts on your own.
Rest assured! Any Google Font you choose is acceptable for print, digital, or commercial projects. To save you from hours of scrolling through the hundreds of fonts on the Google Fonts website, check out these 27 unique Google Font combinations already put together for you!
These two fonts* are subtly unique in their own way, which is why they are the perfect pair.
Nixie one reminds us of the quirky girl next door, who has that unique handwriting we all adore. She needs a bestie who’s a little more put together but still brings out the best in her, such as Dela Gothic One.
Google fonts specializes in serif and san serif fonts, so Parisienne* is a hidden gem that you need to add to your toolbox! The swooping calligraphy strokes soften the hard-edged serifs of Libre Bodoni.
Montserrat is a designer favorite across the board, and for a good reason. It is available in a range of font weights from thin to extra bold. EB Garamond provides its own subtly classic flair that helps balance this timeless duo.
The beautiful calligraphic strokes on DM Serif Display* and the thin stokes on Poppins* create a stylish and irresistible combo. These two fonts are used our Kerry Showit website template if you want to see them in action!
If you have a Canva account, then you’ve seen, and probably used Homemade Apple. It’s a perfect font to get that handwritten look. By now you know the drill – a unique font like this needs to be paired with a simpler aesthetic, such as what Palanquin Light offers.
Looking for a more traditional style? These Google fonts just flow so well on their own…so, why not put them together?
These two fonts are on complete opposite ends of the spectrum, which is usually a red flag, but in this case…it works?
Similarly, these two typefaces are almost too alike! But if you look close enough, they are sisters, not twins and that is an important distinction that makes this such a fun font pairing.
A royal pair – don’t these two just look so noble? Try this look on for size if you are a fashion or jewelry brand.
Out of all the Google font pairings here, this is a personal fav! These fonts were taken right out of a childhood storybook, where the good guys win and everyone is happy.
Looking for a Google font duo with a girlish flair? Elsie and Heebo are an adorable match that is sure to bring a smile to your face. Need some girly brand colors to complete the vibe? Check out these color palettes.
Another pair right out of a fairytale book! Take your website visitors on an adventure with these classic aesthetic fonts ready to steal the spotlight.
Who says work and play can’t mix? Not only are the names of these fonts enjoyable and lively, the look of them is too! Use with caution.
*also available in Canva.
You’ve looked at all the font pairings…now what?
Whew! So many fonts to choose from, but if you’re like us you could look through fonts all day long. If Google Fonts aren’t you’re thing and you are a Canva girl all the way through, check these out.
If all these options are overwhelming you, start from the beginning. Check out the Ultimate Guide to Brand Fonts (and how to choose the right ones), then come back to this post when you are ready to make a decision.
Rachael is the founder of Planned in Pink where she assists small business owners with digital marketing strategies and implementation. She is also a bullet journalist and reader!