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20 Best Creative Custom Fonts PowerPoint Design

Ulfah Alifah
Ulfah Alifah

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Creative custom fonts PowerPoint like beautiful calligraphic or artistic fonts are just a click away. But the problem with them is they are not suitable for severe business presentations. You need a no-nonsense font like Helvetica but with more personality. Good news! There are more creative custom fonts PowerPoint designed just for your needs, and we have extracted the best for you. See our favorite accessible creative custom fonts PowerPoint and add the ones you like to your Font Library.

1. Prettywise

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Prettywise is a vintage-inspired serif typeface that offers a beautiful retro vibe with a range of 30 ligatures and 100 stylistic alternates for you to mix and match. It also comes with ten different weight options!

We hope you liked our collection of the best PPT fonts. These typefaces are among the best fonts for PowerPoint presentations of any kind. They will help you make your next pitch or project into a professional and visually appealing masterpiece that’s bound to impress your audience.

2. Metro Beardy

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The Metro Beardy font is perfect for fun, lighthearted PowerPoint presentations that require a vintage aesthetic. When we feature a bold retro look with a subtle hand-drawn effect, it’s super easy to install and use and is fully PUA encoded. This font is one of the most creative custom fonts PowerPoint design.

3. Wensley

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The next option in our list of the best PPT fonts is Wensley, a stunning modern serif typeface with a classy, elegant appeal that’s perfect for impressing an audience! It pairs beautifully with script, signature, and handwriting fonts and comes with uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and punctuation, as well as a range of Latin characters.

4. Halva

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Featuring sophisticated, angular lines and subtly rounded edges, Halva is a highly professional sans serif font that will be perfect for a business or corporate presentation. Being super versatile and easily legible, it’s also one of the most user-friendly Powerpoint fonts out there.

5. Aesthetic

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Next in our list of the best fonts for Powerpoint is the Aesthetic sans serif font, a cheerful handmade brush style typeface that’s great for adding a touch of rustic charm to your presentation. It looks best as a headline or title font and comes with a full suite of primary Latin characters, numbers, and symbols.

6. The Bold Font

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Want to make a bold statement with your headings? Then, The Bold Font is the one for you. With its thick lines and geometric shapes, it is loud yet legible, powerful yet stylish. Check the way alphabet “B” has been designed- the upper half is smaller than the lower. This uneven formation breaks the rigidity and yet maintains its corporate look. The font, available in uppercase only, is excellent for the headings in your Title Slides and Section Header slides in a presentation. We can also utilize it in marketing collaterals like posters and brochures.

7. Poppins

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Poppins is the favorite creative font used by our designers, especially for any copywriting used in our presentation agency. Geometric sans serif typefaces have been a well-known style tool because these actors took towards the world’s stage. Poppins is one of the newcomers to this long tradition. With help from the Devanagari and Latin writing systems, it is an internationalist take around the genre.

8. Viafont

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This geometric, sans serif font has an “A” worth dying for! The thick, bold font can hardly go unnoticed, but the alphabet “A” steals the show. The steep slope of the leg of “R” and the uneven thickness of the lines give it a seductive look. Available in uppercase only, which makes it ideal for headings. If you want to use Viafont to make a statement, use it for highlighting one or two words at the most. If you use it for too many words, the design will become too heavy.  

For example, we used it to make the word “Brand” look branded but used Bebas Neue for the sub-heading. Font combination further enhances the look of the design. A general rule while combining fonts is not to use more than 2 or 3 fonts (ideal being 2).

9. Kirvy

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Now, here is a font that offers more flexibility. Kirvy is a simple, non-serif font family comprising four weights-  thin, light, regular and bold. The thinness of this font and contemporary style make it look chic. We especially love the font in lowercase. In uppercase, the font looks elegant and sophisticated. It is not screaming for attention, making it ideal for any business to show it is confident and high-end.

10. Optimus Princeps

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Optimus Princeps means “the best ruler.” No wonder the designer used these words for this royal font. It looks majestic, in every flourish, every curve, and straight edge. The ragged boundaries of the alphabet “O” and the trimming of the leg of “R” make the font appear designed using a quill, while the sharp edges and straight lines make it appear designed using a scale. Serif fonts carry an old, academic look to them, and Optimus Princeps looks “Lord of the Serif fonts.”

11. Afton James

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Everybody loves a thriller. We find Afton James font a thrilling font. The eroded edges give it a mysterious, old look, which we would probably see on a thriller novel cover. Does it have any corporate importance? Why not? If you are talking about a legendary business character or some event that will join the pages of history, James Afton will be a good fit. Being available in uppercase only, you can use it for display headings.

12. Above

Want to lend a creative, stylish effect to your content? Above Font is a classy decorative font that has a specific “free” personality to it. It is light, and the flourishing strokes on the edges give it a unique look and feel. However, the drawback of creative fonts is that they backfire as they are not easy to read and may look cluttered if used abundantly. Used sparsely, it creates a powerful effect. If there is a word or two- say the name of a new product, new event, or the most critical word in a quote, highlight the same with this font as we did in the slide below:

13. Tellural

If you want a font that is a little less rigid and serious, go for the casual Tellural font. This sans-serif font is available in both uppercase and lowercase. The uppercase, though, appears quite ordinary. It is the font in lowercase that makes it a bit unique. It seems as if a painter was asked to paint the store board name in a simple, regular font. Use this font if you want to make your design more personal and homemade.

14. April Fools’ Day

This font, for us, is like the eroded version of Bebas Neue. Why people gave this font the name April Fools’ Day, we have no freaking idea. This sans-serif font appears to do anything but fooling around. The threads and dots that appear to be coming out of the edges of the alphabet make it look ethereal. 

15. Ghostlight

Ghostlight is one of the beautiful and creative custom fonts PowerPoint. This is the note from the author- “Ghostlight is a slab serif family designed with important inspiration from the classic typefaces Clarendon and Egizio. It has 5 weights and a beautiful italic, which makes it a great choice for both display and text contexts.” There is also a theatrical personality to the font. It is considering that Ghostlight is a light in the center of the stage that keeps the ghosts away from haunting the building! The font is perfect for any business topic that has been important for decades and will be in the future to come too.

16. Moon

You can’t help but love the Moon font. The name itself has such romanticism to it. But it is not a romantic font. It is sober and rounded that looks professional yet not rigidly boring. Under its roundness, every font has a personality- Moon does not appear to be imposing authority, which makes it endearing. We love to use this font in any presentation where we prefer elegance and minimalism over screaming attention. Available in uppercase only, it is excellent for display purposes.

17. Capture It

We have used this powerful, mysterious eroded font in many of my designs, and every time we are asked by readers the name of the font used. It’s Capture It. A thriller novel cover or even a horror movie poster would evoke the right feels with this font. But that does not mean it is reserved for that purpose only; if you are talking about business targets, risks, challenges, or any concept that would look better with a rough touch, go for this font.

18. Sugar & Vinegar

Sugar, yes, please! Not all business presentations are as severe as a quarterly sales review. You can be from the travel industry, music industry, food industry, and your presentations have to be business-oriented but still have the flavor of your industry. Arial and Times New Roman would be a disaster in the cover slide design. Sugar & Vinegar brings a personal handmade touch to the design.

The note from the author says it all, “Sugar & Vinegar is an old-fashioned font, with a “handmade” warm touch, avoiding geometric shapes and sharp corners, created with a fluid, personal and expressive line, not relying on grids or very strict guidelines. To conclude, my intention was to create a happy font with a hint to classics and styles that illustrates La Belle Époque.” Every alphabet is worth ogling at!

19. Gist Upright Extrabold

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If you want a retro font with a contemporary touch to add style to your presentation, go for the Gist Upright font. The line layers in the inline area make the font stand out. Sharp edges in the uppercase setting further add personality to the font. Use it in designing your business posters and infographics to make a stylish statement.

20. Enso

The last creative custom fonts powerpoint is Enso font. What we love about the Enso font is the incomplete formation in all alphabets with a circular element. This gives it a unique and contemporary look that is sure to grab the reader’s attention. The brain instantly notices the missing space in the “o,” and this deliberate design makes the alphabet resemble a pie chart (doughnut to be more accurate).

See also:

20 Best Fonts for Professional PowerPoint: Adios! You Won’t See Arial and Times New Roman Anymore 

Font Pairing Tips and Tricks for Dummies

What Is Sans Serif Fonts? Don’t Get Stuck in the “Serif = Traditional, Sans Serif = Modern” Mindset

PowerPoint Presentation Designers Types, Are You the One?


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