Signage brings that extra special personal touch to a wedding. It can help welcome your guests, touch their hearts with a personal message from you - or even help direct them during the ebb and flow of your nuptial day. There are many ways to incorporate signage into a wedding - below are the most popular choices:
Signage for a wedding or event is something very personal to each and every couple and person. The signage at an event can really add to the overall decor and vibe - and truly brings that personal and exceptional touch.
My design process begins with an email or call - and F&Q will work with you exclusively to find the right style, wording and colors to fit your event vision. I love to be very hands on during the design process - helping you source the right materials or rentals - to the final design and production of your signs. There is typically a decent amount of emailing and contact back and forth to determine what you might need, but I am always happy to help and answer your questions!
Please inquire directly to email@example.com for a quote and design proposal.
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I understand - budgets need to be considered and funds applied accordingly. Going completely custom for signage may not be an option - but there are still alternatives available through F&Q to acquire and have lovely calligraphed items incorporated into your wedding decor.
F&Q has an inventory of signage items available to rent at very affordable costs. These items have all been lettered by hand, and on all different types of materials - designed to compliment many wedding styles.
The types of materials used for these rentals vary, but below are a few examples of what surface is used for the signs:
From Welcome Signs to Table Numbers to Fabric Backdrops (and everything in between!) - F&Q offers a wonderful signage rental inventory for you to choose from. No request is too small - so please contact me for any inquiry you might have.
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