26Feb
Tori's November Wedding Signage | offthebeatenpress.com

Tori reached out to me about wedding signs and was a dream to work with. I love clients that are trusting. The best type of clients know what they want, but give you the freedom to execute it in your style. Tori was just like that. We discussed budget and signage and came up with a game plan for her November wedding at the VMFA here in Richmond. I just got the photos back from the photographer, Ash Carr, and thought her vision for her wedding came together flawlessly.

Tori's November Wedding Signage | offthebeatenpress.com

I made two banners for her ring bearers to have while walking down the aisle.

Tori's November Wedding Signage | offthebeatenpress.com

One was not amused by the ceremony! I just love this shot!

Tori's November Wedding Signage | offthebeatenpress.com

The wood signs were whitewashed with one coat of paint before I lettered on it. You could still see the wood grain through the letters.

Tori's November Wedding Signage | offthebeatenpress.com

Most of the framed pieces were done in white ink on black paper.

Tori's November Wedding Signage | offthebeatenpress.com

The dessert table had lots of character.

Tori's November Wedding Signage | offthebeatenpress.com

Tori's November Wedding Signage | offthebeatenpress.com

The seating chart took the longest but came out really well in the end!

Tori's November Wedding Signage | offthebeatenpress.com

I am so happy I got to work with Tori on her wedding. If you are interested in getting some pieces made, shoot me an email so we can start talking!