Patriotic fonts for 4th of July

patriotic fonts
patriotic fonts

4th of July is around the corner. For the true patriots, we are sure it’s the perfect time to create unique designs and decorations. This is why we will show you a selection of patriotic fonts, especially if you are a proud citizen.

The Independence Day, also known as the Fourth of July is a federal national holiday in the United States commemorating the Declaration of Independence dating back from July 4, 1776. 

Usually, the Independence Day is associated with fireworks, parades, carnivals, fairs, picnics, concerts, baseball games, family reunions and political speeches and ceremonies celebrating the history, government and traditions of the United States.

2Peas 4th of July

First of all, let’s talk about 2Peas 4th of July. This is a friendly font, fit for any decoration. It will shine on any background and make children happy. You can check this free on our website.

American Dream Font

Now, let’s move our attention to another cool looking patriotic font!

Do you actually know what is the true american dream? The term was coined by the writer and historian James Truslow Adams in his best-selling 1931 book “Epic of America.” He described it as “that dream of a land in which life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunity for each according to ability or achievement.”

101! All American font

Thirdly, 101! All American font is an ideal patriotic font for outdoor decorations. You can use it around the windows or even print individual letters on T-shirts and make a good choreography for the cheerleaders team.

KR Celebrate 2002 font

Lastly, this all-symbols-font is the right choice if you want to show what a proud US citizen you are. You can use any of the symbols, print them and make plenty of stickers to share with your family members.

Ultimately we advise you to check out for more decorative fonts. With over 500 000 fonts, we’re pretty sure you’ll come across unique designs to suit your style!

Technical lead at WhatFontIs since 2010 with a (healthy?) obsession for fonts.