DIY SWEETHEART SIGNAGE WEDDING DECOR Tutorial by Tre Bella As a wedding venue owner, I love to see our couples bring a dash of their own personal style and character into our spaces. One of the most charming ways they do this is through sweetheart signage;
Regardless of whether your wedding is big or small, some type of signage is usually necessary to help your day go as smoothly as possible. Driving/parking directions, ceremony instructions, seating charts, and gift table labels are all examples of signs you may be considering for your big day.
I’m excited to share this DIY project with you this week! Early on, Josh and I discussed using rustic signage for our wedding. We made three signs: one with ‘I Do, We Did’ and two with ‘L & J Wedding’ . We made these back in November.Here’s what
Signage ranks high on the list of commonly forgotten details brides plan for. It’s a shame too because signage is a great way of adding personal touches to your big day. If you’re still not sure that signage is important to weddings, let me show you…
I am happy to announce…I finished my wine cork monograms! I’ll be using my last inital (W) and Josh’s (A) since I plan on hyphenating. Here’s the final product: I have some tips for you if you are interested in doing this project. Remember all you
I have to admit that when I started planning (aka: pinterest-ing) my wedding, burlap and chalkboard EVERYTHING was exploding my mind’s eye of the vision of our wedding day. The result: A lot of burlap flowers and a whole lot of chalkboard signs. Now, DIY chalkboards
One of the things Matt and I have been debating about is having assigned seating or assigned tables for the guests at our wedding. I thought it would be easier for everyone if they just knew where they were sitting, but Matt thought it might take