So many ways to add fonts to your project
There are all kinds of places to purchase web fonts on the web. When you go this route, you can host the files yourself. There are other benefits or taking this approach as well. You can subset your fonts in order only include the characters that you know that you will use. You can also base64 encode your fonts for faster rendering.
TypeKit is a subscription font service from Adobe. It is a great and affordable resource that brings thousands of fonts from many different foundries into one library. Get access to so many lovely staples in web typography such as Proxima Nova, Museo, Brandon Grotesque and more. Adobe offers a free account that can work for low traffic websites. If you already subscribe to Adobe CC, then you may already have TypeKit as a part of your plan.
Hoefler & Co. have been a pillar in the design industry for some time. Their cloud.typography solution has a choice selection of some of the best fonts out there such as Gotham (of the famed ‘08 Obama campaign), Sentinel, Tungsten, Whitney, and Archer. Designers with a serious crush on this foundry will no doubt pay in a heartbeat … or already have.
Google’s fonts service is a completely free, making it very popular with designers all across the web. It is undoubtedly the largest collection of Open Source fonts in the world. While that may seem wonderful, you do get what you pay for. However if you do your research, you can find some great fonts.