One of the last minute projects I had to finish before we left for Mexico was reserved seating signs for the ceremony. We needed to mark the front two benches at the ceremony for our families. When I started researching different sign types, the only examples I could find were ones that were for chairs.
Not real useful for those of us using benches. Of course, we could just lay them out on the benches like the example below, but I was really afraid that the wind on the beach would blow them away.
Then I got inspired by this idea:
It wasn’t so much the color or design that inspired me as the way it tied around the chair back. So I “borrowed” the tie idea and created signs that were more my style and colors to tie around the benches.
And as always, I am going to tell you the step by step on how I made them. *grin*
You can do this in PowerPoint or Photoshop. It will work exactly the same way in both.
I made six signs total and the whole thing cost less than $15. The most expensive part was the can of spray adhesive which I was able to use for other projects. And by the way, they looked totally fabulous on the dark brown wooden benches at the ceremony!
Did any of you have problems finding reserved seating signs that would work?