Love that Joan and Romney wanted a clean and fresh look for their wedding signage! I got to design 20×30″ signs for their welcome area as well as seating arrangements to show guests who their table buddies would be. Having coordinating signage can give your wedding a day a put together look also be the extra decor for your reception. Scroll down to see some of the smaller sized signage, such as table numbers and various framed signage.
Really love these simple wood easels I found at a local craft store! The color they came as is as pictured but you could totally stain them darker or paint them to match your wedding decor!
Like these wreath table numbers? You can purchase #’s 1–20 on my Etsy store!I was so happy to find these ivory vintage frames for some of the 8×10″ signage. The day I was handing over all the signage to Joan, I realized, these frames had wall hanging backs instead of easel backs!
I had no luck at all the craft stores — finally someone in the framing department said I could find them at Aaron Brothers. Thankfully she was correct! They looked great, were the exact size I needed, however, they didn’t have any way to attach them to the frame. I started to think if taping the easel back to the frame wouldn’t be so bad…? I ended up at Home Depot where someone helped me find glazier points. These come in handy when you want to use old frames. Anyways, it worked and I’d have to say it was a less ghetto fix than using tape!