just be my OCD, but I adore pristine lettering. To me, nothing says “I’ve got
everything done perfectly” quite like some fine writing does. Those final
details are what really brings everything together… especially on your big day!
I’ve gathered some of my favorite uses of signage from across the web to share
with you all.
inevitable. No matter how many people you may invite to your wedding, not
everyone is going to be able to share in your special day with you. This may be
due to conflicting schedules, lack of monetary funding, or simply the inability
to travel due to old age. Whatever the reason may be, choose to include those
close to you with a shout-out like the one pictured above! It may not be quite
as good as actually having that person there, but I’m sure the recipient would
be totally flattered and feel included.
combining the old with the new. That’s why I find these signs for the bride and
groom to be so gorgeous. There is something about pairing those old wood pieces
with some fresh white calligraphy that is divine. Not to mention, the
off-centered calligraphy gives an overall rustic feel to the setup for the two
outdoorsy folk, this one is for you. Create an organic place card display using
some twine and mini clothes hangers. Display the seating arrangement by
alternating old photos with handwritten flags. Tie the twine around a great
tree and you’ve got yourself one inexpensive (yet lovely) work of art.
However you choose to incorporate signage and lettering into your wedding day, be sure to pick a font that speaks to you. Whether you are going for a more traditional feel or a vintage vibe, there is a font for every occasion. Start by looking through lettering choices on your computer and then create some handwritten options. You will surely decide on the ideal fit for you and your big day.
A special shout-out to the lovely Ashley Kuly and her awesome groom, Paul Charles, for allowing us to be a part of their big day! You two were an absolute joy to work with and your wedding turned out beautifully. We wish you tons of love and happiness in the years to come!