Hire Handwritten Wedding Signage
The heart of Boards By Jess has always been centred around signage design and hire, offering a personal service for Brides and Grooms across the South East. Signage offers an opportunity to be creative within your wedding day, add personal touches fit with your theme but also act as an informative element for your guests.
What types of signs can you design?
There are lots of signage options that I can offer for your special day that can be personalised. From the traditional Welcome Sign, as a way to greet your guests or a Ceremony Sign to direct your guests and let them know of any instructions. An Order of the Day can be one of the most informative signs, informing your guests what special things are happening throughout your day. Or one of the most popular 'signs' is a Table Plan to not only welcome your guests to the Wedding Breakfast but to let everyone know where they are sitting.
More specific signage depending on what you have planned may include, signature cocktail station, card and guestbook Station, dance floor rules, food Menus, Sweet Treat Station, Wedding Cake Flavour....The list goes on! Quotes and romantic messages are also a lovely way to set the tone.
What items are available to hire?
I offer a range of items that can be hired for bespoke hand written design. From Wood, Chalkboard, Perspex/Acrylic and Mirror in a range of different sizes to fit for your venues space. You can visit my signage hire catalogue here to view my current collection for hire.
If you are looking for a sign that you'd rather keep as a sentimental piece instead of returning it, please let me know as I also take bespoke orders across the UK for wedding signage.
How does hiring signage work?
Working across the Kent, I hope to offer a simple service that is flexible and completely bespoke to each couple. Take look at the How to Hire Signage page to read my simple 3-step service to ordering your personalised signage. A deposit is required to reserve items from my collection for design for your special day.