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Bromello Font is a modern script typeface, using hand made style with brushing. Bromello could be beautiful for wedding invitation, greeting card design, scrapbook, logotype, website header, fashion design and many more.

Big thanks to Alit Design for providing us this freebie. This if a free version which is has limited characters. To get more from this font, check out the Full Version of Bromello Font which is contains more features such as Accents (Multilingual characters), Contextual Alternates, Swash, and Stylistic Alternates.

: OTF (OpenType Font), TTF (TrueType Font)
: 1.26 MB
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Responses (16)

  1. Daniela
    2:57 am · Reply

    Hi! I love your font! I’m just wondering if it’s available for personal and commercial use or just personal 🙂 i’m asking for a logo idea i have in mind. I hope you can answer! And thank you for your lovely font

    • Ajir
      12:10 pm · Reply

      Hi Daniela,
      To use it commercially, you have to purchase the full version, the link to full version is below the description, thank you!

  2. Hey I have a question. On my mac this font cuts off part of some of the letters when typing. However on my windows this is not a problem. Is there a simple solution that I am missing.

    • dale
      11:52 am · Reply

      you need to reinstall it on your mac, click the top option for mac and the second option for windows

  3. Myrrha
    2:25 am · Reply

    Can I use this font in my youtube videos? (all of them are non profit/not comercially)

    • Ryan
      5:00 pm · Reply

      Hi Myrrha
      You can use all free demo fonts form our site for personal use only. If you want to use it commercially please purchase the full version.
      Have a nice day 🙂

  4. Molly
    10:26 pm · Reply

    Hi there! I purchased the full version of Bromello and the OTF is not appearing on my computer so the flourishes do not appear when I use Photoshop. Do you know what the problem could be? Thanks so much; this is a wonderful typeface!

    • Yudi
      12:11 pm · Reply

      Hi Molly,

      You can contact the author of this font for the further information.


  5. Mark Eades
    9:24 pm · Reply

    I am trying to use the bromello font for my daughter’s wedding invitations. I am using the font out of MS Word but it keeps cutting of on the bottom of the letters when I try to print. Do you have any suggestions?

    Thank you

    • Leonie
      9:45 pm · Reply

      Hi Mark, i don’t think i have solution for that. but you can try contacting the author on the link from the “check out more” button

    • dale
      11:51 am · Reply

      same thing happened to me, you need to reinstall, click the second bromello option rather than the first

    • C
      7:07 am · Reply

      Is there a way for you to turn the font into a graphic before printing? I have been toying with the font in a graphics program and it doesn’t cut off when I turn the font into a vector first. Hope that helps.

  6. Brenna
    11:00 pm · Reply

    What is the font used in the opening image? The part that says “introducing” and “modern script typeface”?

    Thank you!

    • Leonie
      12:47 pm · Reply

      Hi Brenna, you can contact the author and ask him for it 😀 link on the description

  7. Carly
    3:56 pm · Reply

    How can I get the letters with the longer tails? Is there something else I have to download?

    • Leonie
      10:10 pm · Reply

      Hi Carly, for the swashes and swirls you have to get the full version

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