Best Divi Fonts and Font Combinations to Try in 2024

Team DiviFlash

Updated: July 9, 2024
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Do fonts matter in Divi? Yes, it is!

While many focus on big aspects of design, typography is often overlooked. Yet, your website’s font and font combinations can greatly impact its appearance and brand. 

In Divi, you have plenty of options for fonts or font pairing. To save you time, we’ve handpicked the best Divi fonts and font combinations in this article. 

Ready to dive in? Let’s go!

Best Divi Fonts

Choosing the right font from over 800 options in the Divi builder can be challenging. Fortunately, you can experiment with the Divi fonts list mentioned below while building your Divi websites to find the perfect match for your project.

1. Lato

Category: Sans-serif

Designed by: Łukasz Dziedzic 

Best for:  Lato is a humanist sans-serif font characterized by its clarity and simplicity. It’s a great choice for branding and headlines, web design, corporate branding, and professional presentations.

Used by: Elegant Themes, Bromley&Co, and iCollege.

Get the fonts: Lato

Lato was originally created as a set of corporate fonts for a large client in 2010. After that, the creators decided to go in a different stylistic direction and make Lato available to the public. Similar to PT Sans, Lato offers a friendly and approachable feel with a humanist touch. You will have two styles, regular and bold, and each style is available in a wide range of weights and matching italics. The fun part is that Lato is the default Divi font of Elegant theme websites.

2. Open Sans

Category: Sans-serif

Designed by: Steve Matteson

Best for: Open Sans is a neutral sans-serif known for its readability. It’s optimized for print design, web applications, and mobile interfaces, offering excellent legibility characteristics in its letterforms.

Used by: Google (for some web pages), IKEA, UK’s Labour, and Co-operative.

Get the fonts: Open Sans

Open Sans is another popular humanist sans-serif font from Google that’s known for its readability and neutrality. Designed by Steve Matteson, the Type Director of Ascender Corp the font family includes five weights (Light, Regular, Semibold, Bold, and Extrabold) with matching italics, providing a high level of flexibility for designers. Open Sans is also available under the SIL Open Font License, making it a free and open-source font for anyone to use

3. Roboto

Category: Sans-serif

Designed by: Christian Robertson

Best for: The go-to for many Divi users, Roboto is a great all-around font in Divi for user interfaces, mobile and web applications, and digital displays.

Used by: Google Play, YouTube, Google Maps, and Google Images.

Get the fonts: Roboto

Think of it as the friendly face of fonts which is perfect for websites and apps that want to feel approachable. Initially designed for Android devices Roboto is a popular sans-serif typeface family developed by Google. 

Roboto offers a dual nature with a mechanical skeleton and largely geometric forms, yet it also incorporates friendly and open curves. The Divi font family also supports 16 weights including Thin, Light, Regular, Medium, Bold, and Black weights, each with matching oblique styles rather than true italics. 

4. Montserrat

Category: Sans-serif

Designed by: Julieta Ulanovsky

Best for: Montserrat is a modern sans-serif font that gives you an industrial feel. It’s particularly well-suited for headlines, logos, and short bursts of text due to its bold presence.

Used by: Government of Mexico and the Legislative Assembly of the Vologda Region.

Get the fonts: Montserrat

Montserrat is a geometric sans-serif typeface designed by Julieta Ulanovsky, a graphic designer from Argentina. Inspired by Buenos Aires signage the typeface was developed to preserve the beauty of urban typography from the early 20th century. Montserrat is characterized by its strong presence, clean lines, geometric shapes, and a wide range of weights suitable for headlines to body text, and any design project requiring a touch of modern flair.

5. Raleway

Category: Sans-serif

Designed by: Matt McInerney The League of Moveable Type 

Best for: Raleway is a great choice for elegant headlines, modern interfaces, fashion, lifestyle, or design-focused websites.

Used by: PayPal, BBC America, and Pinterest (for some elements).

Get the fonts: Raleway

If you want a touch of personality to your blog, Raleway’s is what you need. With a touch of geometric influence, Raleway is a modern sans-serif typeface that works well for both heading and body font, especially in user interfaces where readability is crucial. Initially designed as a single thin weight, Raleway later expanded into a 9-weight family by Pablo Impallari and Rodrigo Fuenzalida in 2012, and further refined by Igino Marini. 

6. Oswald

Category: Sans Serif

Designed by: Vernon Adams 

Best for: Oswald’s unique characteristics make it ideal for bold headlines, logos, posters, and short bursts of text.

Used by: Spotify (for logos and branding elements), Airbnb (for some elements), and SoundCloud (for logos).

Get the fonts: Oswald

Oswald is a sans-serif typeface originally developed as a single weight but later expanded into a seven-weight family with the help of Google Fonts by Adams and his collaborators. Based on the Alternate Gothic typeface, Oswald is an easy-to-read Divi Google font that works well in small sizes because of its tall x-height and narrow letters. 

7. Lora

Category: Serif

Designed by: Olga Karpushina 

Best for: Lora is a classic font perfect for websites, editorial design, and any project where elegant branding and a sophisticated look are important. 

Used by: The Muse, Psychology Today, and JetBlue Airways.

Get the fonts: Lora

Lora is a well-balanced text typeface with moderate contrast that balances readability and visual interest. Suitable for both heading and body text, particularly for longer passages due to its comfortable reading experience, it is also a popular choice for feminine design projects.

8. Noto Serif

Category: Serif

Designed by: Steve Matteson (Google Fonts)

Best for: Noto Serif is best for continuous reading, such as blog posts, articles, or long-form content like academic papers with a wide range of weights and styles.

Used by: Used for various languages across Eurasia.

Get the fonts: Noto Serif

If you have a multilingual website with a diverse audience then Noto Serif classic serif font is the best match for you. Created by Google as a part of the Noto font family it supports a wide range of languages and writing systems for global use. Available in Regular, Bold, Italic, and Bold Italic styles the font offers good readability at various sizes that work well for both headings and body text. 

8. Kanit

Category: Sans-serif

Designed by: Cadson Demak

Best for: Kanit is another best Divi font for multilingual Divi websites, user interfaces, branding materials, and graphic design projects that require a modern and global feel.

Used by: Wikipedia (in various language versions), and UNICEF websites.

Get the fonts: Kanit

Kanit is a sans-serif typeface inspired by Thai writing systems. The name “Kanit” stands for mathematics in Thai, reflecting the font’s formal Loopless Thai and Sans Latin style and design. With a clean design, the Kanit Font Family stands out for its stroke terminals with flat angles, enabling tighter letter spacing without sacrificing readability, even in smaller sizes. It’s available for personal and commercial use with free OTF and TTF file formats.

9. Merriweather

Category: Serif

Designed by: Sorkin Type Co. 

Best for: Merriweather’s clean design and readability have made it a popular Divi font for websites, headlines, captions, and other kinds of space-sensitive typography.

Used by: Harvard University websites, The Atlantic magazine, and The Next Web.

Get the fonts: Merriweather

Merriweather is a medium-contrast semi-condensed typeface designed for readability at very small sizes. With eight styles: Light, Regular, Bold, Black, Light Italic, Italic, Bold Italic, and Black Italic, you will get a traditional feeling despite its modern design. Additionally, there is a sans-serif version called Merriweather Sans, which closely harmonizes with the weights and styles of the serif family.

10. Poppins

Category: Geometric sans-serif

Designed by: Indian Type Foundry, designed by Jonny Pinhorn and Ninad Kale (2015)

Best for: Poppins can be used for a variety of purposes including blogs, digital interfaces, branding, and graphic design projects that require a modern and approachable feel.

Used by: Dropbox, Uber, Slack, and 

Get the fonts: Poppins

Poppins is a geometric sans-serif typeface known for its clean and minimalistic aesthetic. Available in nine weights with matching italics, high x-height, and geometric shapes Poppins is a popular font for Divi. Its open forms, rounded features, and clear lines make it ideal for various web design needs. You can get it free on Google Fonts. 

11. Nunito

Category: Sans Serif

Designed by: Javier Cabello

Best for: Nunito is the perfect choice for websites, user interfaces, branding materials, and graphic design projects. 

Used by: Spotify (for some elements), and Duolingo.

Get the fonts: Nunito

Nunito sans serif typeface superfamily offers a slightly rounded design that consists of two versions: Nunito and Nunito Sans. Known for its high x-height and geometric shapes, It works well for both heading and body text due to its good legibility at various sizes. It is also available in nine weights with matching italics.

12. Inter

Category: Humanist sans-serif

Designed by: Rasmus Andersson

Best for: Inter is often used in computer interfaces, advertising & airports, NASA instrumentation & medical equipment but it also a good option for Divi theme based websites. 

Used by: NASA (.gov website), Slack (for some elements), and The New York Times (for some elements).

Get the fonts: Inter

Inter is an open-source variable font family designed for optimal readability and functionality across various applications. As one of the world’s most used typeface, Inter was designed to work well on screens as a UI font and features a large x-height to aid in the readability of mixed-case and lower-case text. The family is available in nine weights with matching italics, as well as a variable font version.

13. Libre Franklin

Category: Sans-serif

Designed by: Pablo Impallari, Rodrigo Fuenzalida, and the Google Fonts Team 

Best for: Inspired by calligraphy Libre Franklin gives web designers plenty of options for typographic design with slight stroke variations.

Used by: Supreme Branding, and

Get the fonts: Libre Franklin

Inspired by the classic Franklin Gothic typeface (1912) Libre Franklin is a modern sans-serif typeface suitable for both headlines and long text. It offers a friendly and approachable aesthetic with open forms, rounded features, and clear lines. Libre Franklin is also available in 20 different styles, including 9 weights with regular and italic variants.

14. PT Sans

Category: Sans-serif

Designed by: Alexandra Korolkova, Olga Umpeleva, Vladimir Yefimov 

Best for: With a classic and elegant look, PT Sans is a good option for any kind of website body text and headings due to its clear letterforms and good legibility across various sizes.

Used by: Wikipedia (in various language versions), The Moscow Times website, and Mail.Ru (a Russian email service).

Get the fonts: PT Sans

PT Sans is another best Divi font that bridges the gap between traditional and contemporary design influences with 8 styles that include regular and bold weights with corresponding italics. This font family is known for its universal use and is considered as a standard computer font family suitable for various applications, from body text to headlines. 

15. Fira Sans

Category: Sans Serif

Designed by: Erik Spiekermann, Ralph du Carrois, Anja Meiners, Botio Nikoltchev (Carrois Type Design), Patryk Adamczyk (Mozilla Corporation).

Best for: Fira Sans is best for tech-related websites also works well on a variety of handsets with different screen qualities and rendering.

Used by: Mozilla Firefox web browser interface.

Get the fonts: Fira Sans

Fira Sans is a humanist sans-serif typeface known for its legibility and is available in various styles, including Mono and Code. Originally designed for Mozilla Firefox OS, it offers a wide range of weights and styles, making it suitable for a wide range of applications, including body text, headlines, and web and mobile interfaces.

Best Font Combinations for Divi

In our selection, we have tried our best to bring variety in Divi font pairings beyond practical website applications. You can customize each of these font families to enhance your site’s design.

1. Lato & Roboto

Lato and Roboto are both titans of the font world, and for good reason. They offer a winning combination of readability, versatility, and clean view, making them the best divi font combinations. Lato is a well-balanced font that can convey a serious or friendly style, while Roboto is a font with a dual nature, combining mechanical skeleton and geometric forms with friendly and open curves.

Ideal use case: The Lato and Roboto font combination is ideal for modern and larger corporate websites, including business sites, tech startups, educational platforms, and online magazines. 

2. Open Sans & Source Sans

Open Sans and Source Sans font combo are clean and highly readable sans-serif fonts. Open Sans body text offers readability with a wide range of weights, from light to bold, while Source Sans in headers creates a clean and consistent look.

Ideal Use Case: Perfect for websites that need a professional look, such as technology, business, and portfolio websites that prioritize clear communication, especially for body text and headings.

3. Oswald & Montserrat Extra Light

The pairing of Oswald and Montserrat Extra Light offers a unique contrast between a bold statement and a light, airy feel. This combination is a modern pairing that is ideal for heading and short text. Also, suitable for websites that need a dynamic and contemporary look, such as fashion, art, and design websites.

Ideal Use Case: Headlines and short bursts of text where you want to grab your Divi user’s attention with a touch of elegance.

4. PT Sans & PT Serif

PT Sans and PT Serif are a powerful duo, also part of the same font family. PT Sans provides clarity in body text with a clean and classic look, while PT Serif adds elegance and sophistication to headings or subheadings.

Ideal Use Case: Suitable for websites, professional documents, or academic publications that require a balance of modern and classic styles. 

5. Raleway & Merriweather

The combination of Raleway and Merriweather is another good font combination and a popular choice for web design due to their complementary styles. Raleway (sans-serif) brings a friendly and approachable vibe, while Merriweather (serif) adds a touch of elegance for websites that need a refined and elegant look.

Ideal Use Case: Websites, blogs, and marketing materials that want to be informative and inviting. Raleway for headlines and CTAs, Merriweather for font text and longer content.

6. Source Sans Pro & Times New Roman

While both Source Sans Pro and Times New Roman are popular fonts if you do not use them wisely there with be style clash and readability issues. This modern font pairing is a traditional and classic pairing that works well for your website content. Source Sans Pro provides a contemporary feel, while Times New Roman adds a touch of authority and professionalism. Generally, it’s best to stick to sans-serif fonts for body text when using Times New Roman.

Ideal Use Case: It is suitable for websites that need a formal and professional look, such as legal, government, and academic websites.

7. Lora & Source Sans Pro

The combination of Lora and Source Sans Pro offers a beautiful synergy between classic elegance and modern cleanness. Lora (serif) is best for headings, and titles while Source Sans Pro (sans-serif) brings balance to body text and UI elements with its clean and modern look.

Ideal Use Case: Suitable for elegant websites or storytelling platforms, and branding materials that aim to be sophisticated and visually pleasing. 

8. Lato & Merriweather

Lato and Merriweather is a modern pairing for Divi websites that works well for both title and body text for enhanced readability. Similar to Raleway & Merriweather, Lato (sans-serif) is friendly and approachable and works best in headlines and CTAs, while Merriweather (serif) adds a touch of elegance in longer content.

Ideal Use Case: A versatile pairing for websites, suitable for both business websites and personal blogs with a welcoming feel. 

9. Montserrat & Roboto

Both of these are modern sans-serif fonts, Montserrat offers a slightly industrial vibe, while Roboto is clean and professional. The clean lines of Roboto perfectly complement Montserrat’s geometric shapes, creating a cohesive look that aligns with Divi’s modern design trends.

Ideal Use Case: Perfect for modern, tech-centric websites or applications that want a modern and versatile look. 

10. Montserrat & Vollkorn

Montserrat and Vollkorn fonts create a unique and impactful visual identity. Vollkorn’s boldness in headlines catches attention, while Montserrat adds a modern touch in subheadings or short text. Remember, use Vollkorn strategically and let Montserrat handle most of the text to maintain balance.

Ideal Use Case: This combination is ideal for professional or academic websites that want a bold and impactful look.

11. Lato & Lora

Using Lato and Lora creates a perfect harmony for your websites. Lato offers an approachable vibe, while Lora adds a touch of elegance just like Lato & Merriweather. Always use bolder weights of Lora with a wider range of colors, while keeping Lato lighter for improved body text readability for long content.

Ideal Use Case: Personal blogs, online magazines, or lifestyle websites that want to be welcoming and visually appealing.

12. Libre Franklin & Libre Baskerville

Libre Franklin and Libre Baskerville are powerful font pairing for Divi that works well for both headings and body text. Both fonts are part of the Libre project, Libre Franklin is best for headings and body text, and Libre Baskerville for emphasis.

Ideal Use Case: Suitable for creative or artistic websites that need a formal and professional look, such as legal, government, and academic websites.

13. Karla Bold & Spectral Light

Karla and Spectral are a fun font pairing that offers a unique blend of fun and professionalism. Karla Bold grabs attention with its boldness that impacts headers or titles, while Spectral Light’s delicate serifs balance it with a modern and readable vibe to body text or captions.

Ideal Use Case: This combination is perfect for websites that need a dynamic and modern look, such as fashion, art, and design websites.

14. Playfair Display & Open Sans

Playfair Display’s fancy serifs go nicely with Open Sans’s simple style and give your site a classy and modern look that’s both stylish and easy to read. The clear distinction between serif and sans-serif creates visual interest and establishes a hierarchy between headings and body text.

Ideal Use Case: Suitable for high-end or luxury brands, editorial websites, or wedding-related content.

15. Alegreya Sans & Fira Sans

Alegreya Sans and Fira Sans are great options for Divi websites, each with its own style that can be combined for a strong impact. Fira Sans is perfect for headings and CTAs because it’s easy to read, while Alegreya Sans adds warmth and personality to body text. 

Ideal Use Case: With excellent readability, both fonts are ideal for any kind of website with lots of text where reading is important.

Best Practices of Using Fonts in Divi

While selecting the top web fonts for this list, we ensured they met specific criteria for optimal results. But if you fail to maintain the best practices you won’t achieve the desired successes. So, it’s important to use them properly in Divi.

Here are some best practices to follow when using fonts in Divi, whether it’s for web design, graphic design, or presentations:

1. Follow Typography Trends

When considering typography trends within Divi, it’s about balancing, staying up-to-date and creating something timeless. Stay updated by exploring popular fonts for fresh inspiration while prioritizing classic styles that ensure long-term appeal. Aim for a core selection of 2-3 timeless fonts that complement your design and brand identity for a harmonious look.

2. Maintain Font Size, Line Height, and Spacing for Readability

Always keep the text size, the amount of space between lines, and the distance between letters just right so that people can easily read what you’ve written. It can be hard for people to understand if things are too small or too close together. So, make sure everything is set up nicely to make reading comfortable.

3. Create a Typographic Hierarchy for Visual Clarity

Imagine your Divi website content like a newspaper. A typographic hierarchy is like the different-sized headlines that help you find the most important information quickly. For example, headers can be larger and bolder to stand out, while body text is smaller for easier reading. This hierarchy helps guide the reader’s eyes and makes the content clearer and more organized.

4. Do not Use More Than Three Fonts on Your Site

While there are many cool fonts out there, using too many (more than 3) can make your website look cluttered and confusing for visitors. Instead, sticking to a few fonts creates a clean and professional look for your website.

5. Study Successful Font Pairing and Real-World Examples

It’s like studying which colors go together nicely when you’re painting. But how can you do that?

Simply, find websites you love and pay attention to how they use fonts. Also see if they use a serif font for headings and a sans-serif font for body text, or vice versa. You can also look for articles or blog posts about “successful font pairings” or “best practices for web typography.” These will often showcase real-world website examples.

Ending Thoughts

Divi offers over 900+ fonts to choose from, including options to add custom fonts to Divi. But not every one of them is useful. In this article, we have tried our best to give you a proper understanding of the best divi fonts and the best divi font combinations.

We assure you by opting for these Divi font options and combinations, you can take your website to the next level. If you still have any other queries let us know in the comments below.

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