Post # 1
Hi bees! I’m less than a month away from my wedding, woo! I’m starting to think about a welcome sign and an unplugged ceremony sign and I LOVE the glass signs I’ve found on Pinterest. I have a Cricut so I can make the vinyl letters myself for a fun DIY. But, my Maid/Matron of Honor thinks it’s impractical in reality because it might be too hard to read.
What do you think? Has anyone had glass signs at their wedding/has anyone seen them at other weddings? Are they really that hard to read?
Some examples I found online:
Post # 2
We did a lot of glass signs, and I loved them! If you like them, go for it! I think it looks really elegant!
I will say that we did rose gold lettering and they sat on navy tablecloths. So just make sure that your sign will pop against your background and not blend in. If you do it in white lettering, post it where it will have some greenery as a background.
If you like them, go for it!
Post # 3
99% of the time these are perspex rather than glass, for obvious reasons.
Post # 4
If you already have the Cricut to make the lettering then I say go for it! You can get glass cut really cheap at places like Home Depot or Lowes. If you’re worried about the weight or fragility then maybe go for plexiglass, I doubt anyone would care.
Post # 5
I think those are so gorgeous! But I decided against them because I couldn’t think of any use for them afterwards. So instead of a welcome sign I got a 2’x4′ canvas of one of our engagement photos and used it as a welcome sign. It only cost about $45 and now hangs in our dining room!