As humans have always been visual creatures, it’s no surprise that babies have a natural inclination towards it early on. Experts say that young ones develop recognition for movement and color within 10 to 12 weeks after birth. One of the first hues they will be familiar with is red. By five months, they would be able to see the full spectrum.
That’s why it’s important to have babies surrounded by bright colors. It helps to stimulate their brains, as their eyes take in the wonderful world around them. Once they grow into toddlers, hues take on a more crucial role of activating kids’ imaginations. Make sure to add drawings or paintings in their nursery. That way, they can learn to appreciate art at an early age.
Cute Baby Fonts
1. Rain or Shine Font
2. Daisy Girl
Daisy Girl is a flowing handwritten baby font, described by an elegant touch, perfect for your favorite projects. Fall in love with its incredibly distinct and timeless style and use it to create spectacular designs!
Nityan – The Cutes baby font has every single letter that has been carefully crafted to make your text looks beautiful. It’s perfect for logos, name cards, magazine layouts, invitations, headers, or even large-scale artwork.
4. Sugar Donut
We made Sugar Donuts to bring you happiness. It’s a bold, handwritten baby font with inner decoration to give uniqueness. It comes in 4 styles of font, and you can combine them or even make it stand alone in your crafting projects!
5. Brownie Yogurt
PutraCetol Studio’s fun and comical display font comes with several alternate characters that add more depth and variety to your projects.
Melon is a fun and quirky display font. The light hearted vibe of this typeface is perfect t-shirt designs, phone cases, kids books, greeting cards, invitations, mugs and so much more. If your project requires a fun/happiness look, then this font is for you.
8. Baby World
Add a joyful touch to your designs using this beautiful, cute, and quirky display font from StringLabs.
9. Quirky Spring Playful Font Family
This 3-styled typeface puts a cheery feel when used on headings, flyers, greeting cards, product packaging, book covers, and more.
Catchy designs are easy to make when using this modern, chic, and stylish handwritten font from Dm Studio.
12. Dino Kids
This BearyType typeface is carefully crafted to project a playful side to hand lettering, making it great for both physical and digital craft projects.
13. Blacks Roobin
14. Kid’s Planet
Lyth Creative’s modern kid font is set to make your branding, logos, headers, t-shirt designs, and other projects exciting and childlike.
15. Kiddie Land
16. La Petite
This soft and friendly typeface from Peterdraw fits perfectly with product packaging, brands, logos, book or magazine cover, and any craft or project that needs a kiddie or an informal theme.
17. Young Love
Evoke the tender and cute sides of your visuals using this modern handwritten font brought to you by none other than Kang1993.
18. Bubble Mint
This Artefak Project typeface takes on a childish approach to wooden shapes – recommended for a wide range of child-themed crafts and presentations.
20. The Baby Monster
22. Sweet and Silly
Bring a smile to your face – as well as to others – using this adorable font from Denise Chandler that comes with bonus English Alphabet letters.
23. Little Noo-Noo
25. Kids Watercolor Font
26. Oh My Child Font
27. Breaking Rules
Get this uneven, random and playful typeface that comes in Regular and Outline styles, plus abstract symbols that can be used for a variety of projects and presentations.
28. Kids Story
Olexstudio’s comic typeface will surely look gorgeous on book designs, branding, children’s reading materials, t-shirts, comics, and many other projects.
29. Harum Display Font
Child-themed designs will stand out using this cute display font from Formatika Studio.