Aesthetic Fonts on Google Docs


Note-taking has evolved so much thanks to the internet. Now, you can type and organize notes in a faster manner without worrying about paper, folders, and binders getting all over the place. I can't count the number of times, I've lost my notes or sporadically jotted down notes for the same subject in different notebooks. Google Docs resolved these hassles and sharing notes is ten times easier too. 

The only thing I miss is doodling in the margins, drawing creative headers, and adding pretty doodles to brighten up the page. I'm pretty sure teachers could tell my work apart from others by the added artwork. You can still dress up your notes with cute fonts on Google Docs, although they may not be as pretty as your handwriting.  

In this article, I'm sharing a few aesthetic fonts on Google Docs that I've been using lately. Let's get into it!  


screenshot showing aesthetic google font pairing

Heading: Swanky and Moo Moo

The Girl Next Door


Heading: Gamja Flower

Gaegu



Heading: Sue Ellen Francisco

Indie Flower



Heading: Elsie

Roboto


Heading: Just Another Hand

Raleway


Heading: La Belle Aurore

Open Sans


How to Add Fonts to Google Docs

You'll have to add most of these fonts to Google Docs, but this doesn't take much time or effort to do. First, click the dropdown arrow next to the font menu and tap more fonts at the top. Type the name of the font, click it so a checkmark is next to the name, then click OK at the bottom of the menu. You're all set!




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