Two reasons to use cut-to-size Perspex signs at your wedding

Posted on: 19 July 2021

If you have not yet chosen the material you're going to use for the signs at your wedding venue, here are some reasons why you should consider having them made from cut-to-size Perspex sheeting.

You can create perfectly sized signs

For most parties and celebratory occasions, it's fine to have signage that is good enough. However, for your wedding, you and your partner will probably want every little detail, including the signage, to be perfect and you may not want to make too many compromises when it comes to decorating the venue. After all, it is this high level of attention to detail and these little touches that tend to 'wow' guests and make a venue look particularly beautiful.

This is why signs made from cut-to-size Perspex sheeting are ideal for this occasion. You can have the sign-maker adjust each sheet's dimensions so that it is just the right size for the table, floor space or doorway where it will be located. For example, if you want to put small Perspex signs with the table numbers on each table at the venue, you can order ones that are the exact same height as the little tealight candle holders you'll be placing beside them. Likewise, if the venue has a narrow stretch of wall space beside its entryway doors, you can order a Perspex 'welcome' sign that's cut to fit the wall's exact width so that it looks like it belongs in that space.

It won't obscure any of your wedding venue's pretty features

The other wonderful thing about signs made from this sheeting material is that their transparency means they won't hide any pretty features that they're placed in front of. For example, if you put a free-standing Perspex 'welcome' sign in front of a beautiful hibiscus bush outside your venue, your guests will be able to simultaneously read the sign and see the gorgeous flowers behind it.  

Likewise, when your photographer is taking shots of the guests sitting at your decorated tables, any table-number signs you put on these surfaces won't obscure the candle holders or bouquets beside them. This should ensure that the photographer can capture every lovely little aspect of the tables when taking photos of the guests who are sitting at them and make these images as beautiful as possible. This could be particularly helpful if your venue is small and its tables compact, as it means your photographer won't have to move these table signs out of the way to capture the images they want.