Signs can be so helpful and so much FUN for a wedding! I've done all sorts of signs written on all sorts of mediums (hello, 5-foot by 4-foot stained wooden board!), and today I'm sharing with you a set of signs done on mirrors sourced by the bride herself!
I've been doing these more and more, and seating charts are my jam! At first they seemed a little intimidating (read: giant piece of wood mentioned earlier), but as I've been on my fourth year of the Seattle wedding industry, I've learned a few tricks that has made this a breeze! First of all, despite rumors, I am not a robot with insanely perfect handwriting -- okay, I'm a human with insanely perfect handwriting MOST of the time. I can write pretty straight, but to err is human, so I like to use washi tape and baker's twine to give me a reference point as I write out 100-200 names!
Finished product! It's always hard taking pictures of mirrors -- I tried to get as little as possible in the shot, but you can still see a light fixture and some lovely architecture prints!
In addition to the seating chart, the bride also had three smaller signs that she placed on the bar and at her favor table! Other than being useful, signs can be SO much fun and help your guests out by letting them know your #hashtag or that it's okay to dance because alcohol. ;o)
Happy wedding season, everyone! Look for more signage on my Instagram feed!