Consider These Wedding Day Items for Your Big Day

“What else can you create for us?”

I get this question all of the time - before, during, and after creating a couple’s wedding invitations. And the answer is, “Anything you need!” The list is endless, but I did my best to put together what I consider the essentials to consider. Anything not listed here is likely possible- just let me know what you’re thinking and we’ll tackle the “how-to” together. Another bonus of working together on your wedding day items as well? We can easily have them coordinate with the style and look we’ve put together for your invitations, which is always so lovely! Continue reading below for some more details on important day-of items and what is possible.


Welcome Sign
How better to greet your guests than a custom welcome sign letting them know they’ve arrive at your big day? I most often create them as a poster you can frame, a stand-alone foam board, or even acrylic signage is possible (and so popular right now)!

Ceremony Programs
I think these are very important, even if your ceremony is short or informal. It gives you the opportunity to let guests know what to expect for the ceremony, but you can also include other things such as a thank you/welcome note, the who’s who of your big day (your wedding party and family members names), and even mention anyone you may miss and wish could be there.

Seating Chart / Escort Cards / Place Cards
Whether you’d prefer a big seating chart or individual seating cards, we can create those for you! There are so many fun ways of creating them, from your typical folding cards to plant cards!

Many venues will provide a generic menu for you, but why not add a little something to your guest’s table settings and provide a nice one that coordinates with your day’s style? Even if you’re providing a buffet, guests will really appreciate knowing everything they’re being offered!

Table Numbers
Flat cards in holders, large folding cards, etc. Let’s create coordinating table numbers you can display. These are less expensive than many other options out there without losing any appeal.

Guest Bag Items
Offering a Welcome Bag to guests staying at your preferred hotel(s)? Let me help you! We can design labels for generic bags, custom printed bags, tags, etc. Don’t forget a Welcome Note and/or Timeline inside to welcome them and remind them of important times (such as your shuttle and start times)!

Imagine how impressed your guests will be when they walk up to your bar and find custom printed napkins there for them. Not only functional, but possible in an array of gorgeous shiny foils!

Favor Tags/Labels
Offering a small gift at the reception? I’d be happy to help personalize those no matter what it is!

Always a party favorite which can double as a favor. Guests bring these home and can use them for years to remember your big day.

Custom Signs
Provide signage throughout your big day to help guide guests in many ways. Signs can be created for anything you need and in any size, and the list is endless! A few ideas would be:
• Hashtag Signs
• Bar Menus
• Signature Drink Signs
• Guest Book Sign
• In Memory Sign
• Favor Sign
• Bathroom Signs (to guide and/or for special toiletries you have out for guests)
• Thank You Signs

Thank Yous
OK, so these are more of an “after-wedding” detail, but get them on your list now so you don’t forget. Thank you Cards can be ordered before your wedding even gets here so you are ready to go after the wedding day. Wanna use your wedding photos on your Thank Yous? You bet! Just make sure to communicate with your photographer that you’d love to see just a few photos early to get those in production.

What Else?
If you can dream it, we can likely do it! Let me know anything else you might be thinking of for your big day, and we’ll chat about it! These specialty items can include just about anything you want to have with your names, monogram, etc. on them. I’ve created golf balls, vinyl decals, parents or wedding party gifts, photo booth props, and so much more. Have a crazy great idea? Then let’s talk!