Say hello to Serenade Script!
A luxury and modern script consisting real handwritten style with complete glyph and many features!.
The script has a multitude of natural looking ligatures in its OpenType features - making the font look as close to natural handwriting as possible.
with multilingual support
Opentype capable software is require to access these features - The most popular of which is and Photoshop CC, any version of Illustrator, Indesign, Word (new versions). However - many standard simple programs now come with Opentype capabilities - even the most basic ones such as Apple’s TextEdit, Pages, Keynote, iBooks Author, etc.
Hope you enjoy using Serenade font!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
If you need help with the product, please contact the shop owner by visiting their shop profile and sending them a message. For anything else (licensing, billing, etc), please visit our Help Center.
How can I unzip product files? PC: To extract a single file or folder, double-click the compressed folder to open it. Then, drag the file or folder from the compressed folder to a new location. To extract the entire contents of the compressed folder, right-click the folder, click Extract All, and then follow the instructions.Mac: Double click the .zip file, then search for the product folder or product file.If you continue to have trouble, check out this help file for more tips.
How do I install a font? After you unzip your font product files, you will see .OTF or .TTF files. To install a font, just double click on the OTF or TTF file. For more information, check out our Font FAQ.If you’re still having trouble installing the font, please contact the Shop Owner or Creative Market Support.
What software do I need to use this font? When a font is installed on your computer, it can be used with any program that allows you to create text. Fonts will work in Microsoft Office applications, Adobe software, and almost any other program with a text editor. For additional details on OTF special features and installing your new font, check out the Font FAQ.