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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Sign Language

Sorry for the radio silence again for the last week. It's been super extra busy around here, with 12-14 hour work days, trips out of town and events. Thankfully this week has a little more downtime! And the prospect of the lake at the end of the week-- YAY!

I spent some time on Sunday finishing the wedding signage. It's important to me that our guests have some clue as to what is going on, in order to avoid standing around wondering what is happening next. DJ's mom kindly took on making or having made most of the signage, with these as the inspiration:

I  also needed to add a couple of handmade signs in order to give guests a heads up on which vehicles are transporation from the parking locations to the house, as well as point out the location of bathrooms during the cocktail hour, reserved seating during the ceremony.

Since we're leaving the ceremony site in the boat and going out on the water to take photos, I wanted a Just Married Sign to string across the back of the boat for fun! Something like this (notice the floating beer bottles tied to the back of the boat!)

So, here is what I came up with. Pretty simple 6" X 6" squares with beveled corners, tied together with jute twine so they can be tied to boats and cars. If you're a wedding guest in need of a ride in Harrison, look for these!

How'd I do? Too boring?

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