The original purpose of cursive writing was to create a writing style that had a joined, flowing script to create a smoother and faster way to write. While the handwritten style has fallen to the sidelines with the rise of computers, it has seen resurgence as brands use it to look fancy.
Nowadays, you are more likely to associate cursive handwriting with old-fashioned handwritten love letters, the upper class, and elegant perfume brands! Any designers seeking to add a personal, handwritten touch to a brand needs to consider a cursive font as opposed to other typography fonts. Luckily, we’ve piled together a list of cursive fonts that has caught our eye.