Choosing a second font to pair with the Script Display font


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Choosing a second font to pair with the Script Display font

So we have our main heading set as Lobster Two Italic and the page looks pretty good. But I think the texture created by Georgia, which is the Serif font is slightly competing with the main heading. The two fonts are okay together, they aren't bad, but I think we could find a simpler text font that would let the main heading stand out more. So here we have a screenshot of our main heading from back when I was testing script fonts. I can add part of a screenshot of Georgia from my files, just to see how the two worked together.

It doesn't have to be the exact text at this point. I'm sort of sketching here. I'm looking at the relationship between the fonts. I often use screenshots of existing text to do this. It saves a lot of time. So as you know I think Georgia is a bit too visually complex. I think part of the problem is that even though Lobster Two is a Script font, it doesn't have much of a slant. It has pretty thick almost vertical lines and those lines are repeate...

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