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Accessory of the Week: Chalkboards & Signs

January 16, 2012

When it comes to the finishing details and touches, signage is an important factor to inform your guest about important information throughout your wedding day.  Here’s a feature on signage through our collection of chalkboards and rustic wooden signs.

A grouping a varying sizes of chalkboards can be used as a place card display to guide guests to their reception seating.  Whether you number the tables, or name them after wines, places you have visited, or things you love, this is a cute and effective way to inform your guests where they will be enjoying the evening.  Available in a number of different colors to match your wedding palette, you’ll love a collective display of these frames!

From a cocktail menu to a welcome sign, chalkboards are a great way to share information and save on cost of paper products.  A menu as guests walk into the reception is a great way of sharing with guests the dishes which will be served for dinner.

Rustic wooden signs are a great way to guide guests from your ceremony to cocktail hour, to reception.  Available in a number of colors to suite your needs, we can custom make each sign to fit your wedding day.

If you need custom signage to face in certain directions, just let us know, and we will take care of it for you!

Image from: Kaysha Weiner Photography

To get more information on signage, our extensive inventory and other fun accessories, be sure you head on over to our website, Archive Vintage Rentals to get the creative process started!

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One Comment leave one →
  1. January 16, 2012 9:35 am

    As always – beautifully fun and whimsical!

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