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12 great Google Font pairings

Have you ever wondered what are the best Google Font pairings? The days of only having a few web fonts to choose from are long gone. Thankfully things like Google Fonts are now enabling web designers the chance to get creative with their typography, and they’re free to use! Here are 12 great Google Font pairings.

 

The Google Fonts library consists of 707 font families and of those, there aren’t all that many that are practical options for most websites. Here I’ve put together a list of font pairings from Google Fonts that you can download and use for your own project, be it a new company website, new blog series or anything you can imagine. There is certain to be one that could fit your needs.

 

For the best Google font pairings, you often need the subtlety and influence of a print-focused graphic designer, not your best mate or a website designer. There is a startling difference between the skill and attention to detail between the two.

 

Sans Serif/Serif

montserrat-cardo

Heading: Montserrat

Body: Cardo

oswald-merriweather

Heading: Oswald

Body: Merriweather

open-sans-libre-baskerville

Heading: Open Sans

Body: Libre Baskerville

 

Serif/Sans-serif

Bitter-Raleway

Heading: Bitter

Body: Raleway

Playfair-Display-Alice

Heading: Playfair Display

Body: Open Sans

libre-baskerville-source-sans-pro

Heading: Libre Baskerville

Body: Source Sans Pro

 

Sans-Serif/Sans-Serif

oswald-open-sans

Heading: Oswald

Body: Open Sans

raleway-roboto

Heading: Raleway

Body: Roboto

fjalla-one-droid-sans

Heading: Fjalla One

Body: Droid Sans

 

Serif/Serif

playfair-display-alice

Heading: Playfair Display

Body: Alice

quattrocento-fanwood-text

Heading: Quattrocento

Body: Fanwood Text

Heading: Alegreya

Body: Merriweather

Paul Sullivan
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