Lucy Rose

Download Lucy Rose for free! Created by Ellen Luff and published by Logan Copeland, this serif font family is perfect for adding a unique touch to your designs.

Font Name : Lucy Rose
Author : Ellen Luff
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License: : Free for personal use / Demo
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Added by : Logan Copeland

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Introducing Lucy Rose, the perfect font for anyone looking to elevate their wedding invitations and greeting cards! Created by the talented Ellen Luff, this hybrid serif and display typeface is a true labour of love. With over 100 stylised alternatives, Lucy Rose is a designer's dream, offering endless possibilities for customisation and exploration.

Lucy Rose's all-caps font features strong and sleek letters that create a stunning foundation for the flourished alternatives to rest. The result is beautiful interlocking designs that are totally unique. This font is perfect for logos, headlines, and titling, and its elegant yet stately form makes it well suited for editorial, books, advertising, branding, and packaging.

But what really sets Lucy Rose apart is the passion that went into creating it. Blood, sweat, and tears were poured into every detail of this wonderfully expressive typeface. And the best part? You can enjoy all the benefits of custom typography without the price tag or the need for a difficult designer!

Lucy Rose includes all punctuation and numbers, foreign character support, a tall version, and 108 stylistic alternatives. To access these alternatives, all you need is software with a glyphs panel, like Adobe Photoshop CC2015, Adobe Illustrator, or Adobe Indesign.

So why wait? Download Lucy Rose today and discover the joy of customising and exploring this beautiful typeface. Pair it with Seravek and Oswald for an even more stunning result. Trust us, you won't regret it!

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