Hey ladies (or gentlemen, if that's how you roll)! Wedding planning is moving on full steam ahead. A little more than five months away, holy cow! Time to get cracking. Today's project is a sign that will be placed out on the street corner of our venue to lead guests in the right direction. This is always important if your location is a little hard to find. Make sure your guests know exactly where to go so they don't get lost (and hopefully show up on time!).
This was a pretty easy project, so here are the steps:
These are some random supplies, but everything was cheap! I bought a pack of ready made signs from an office supply store, and to cover it a plastic tablecloth from a party supply store. I had been looking around desperately for pastel yellow wrapping paper to no avail, so decided to use the tablecloth instead. This one is a little darker than my chosen color, but it will stand out more and be easier to read from far away.
I covered the plastic sign with the tablecloth.
Then I cut out letters from cute scrapbooking paper.
I attached the letters with a glue stick, and voila! Signage!
Easy peasy. I think for the sign for the other side of the street will be pink with yellow letters. There will also be a sign directing guests to the correct parking area. Hope you like it!
Here's what I am working on next, flags for the guests to wave after the ceremony. There will be a cute message on one side and the wedding program on the other. Directions will be coming once I figure out the best way to put these puppies together! In the meantime, here's a sneak peek:
Have a great week all and I will see you soon!