Primed and painted board, masked both sides, Scored “welcome”, names & wedding date. Cut “welcome” out of a separately primed and painted board. (Aldine font for Welcome).
Peeled masking over names & date. Painted with acrylic paint to match “welcome”. Peeled remainder of masking. Glued the “Welcome” cut-out on. Could have made a stand … but, had one.
Very nice! Multi level is a great touch.
Nice. That’s very simple and elegant.
That’s lovely! They’ll likely want one for the Reception too. (hint, hint)
Very elegant. I have 2 wedding coming up this year and need a lot of ideas.
The board is 10.75" x 18.75".
@Jules This is the sister of my daughter-in-law. So, I’m sure something more will arise for the wedding.
Very classy and classic looking. I’m sure they’ll love it.
Thanks, gives me an idea for what I need for my cousin’s wedding in the next month or so.
The simplicity is beautiful. Love those two font together.
I like the font you chose. Very apropos!
Oooooo, it’s gorgeous! I really like the welcome font and you did a great job of pairing it with the simpler serif font for contrast.
This is beautiful! Can I ask what you used to mask the serif font for painting? I’m using a paper masking and score settings, then weeding, but I’m having trouble with craft paint seeping under the masking. Thank you!
Use the edge of a credit card to really smooth the masking down firmly … that eliminated most of the seeping. Still had a bit of touch up to do though.
Thank you! I’ll try that. I just did another test with painter’s tape really smoothed down, but that didn’t work. I’ll revisit the paper masking.