Indicate to your guests that you don’t want photos taken with this beautiful sign. The sign is designed to match the suite of chalkboard style wedding stationery and reads “Welcome to our unplugged wedding. We invite you to be fully present with us during our ceremony. Please turn off cellphone and cameras. We promise to share with you our beautiful wedding photos captured today. Thank you”
You can select a number of different sizes and printing options to suit the space, wedding budget and timeframe that you’ve working with.
How long will my signage take?
Please order two weeks prior to when you need to receive your sign i.e. If you need your sign to be with you 2 days before your wedding, then you need to order 2 weeks and 2 days before your wedding. If you need your sign a week before your wedding, as you’re travelling, then you’d need to order 3 weeks before the wedding (or, be prepared to pay the urgency surcharge to get it to you in time).
Weddings close to holiday weekends, Easter and January weddings need to allow extra time as printing and deliveries will be held up by public holidays (printer closes late Dec to early Jan).
Any urgency fees necessary will be charged separately after your order has been received and your unique situation is considered (the timeframe, time of year, courier requirements, design requirements etc).
Electronic copies of the sign are available to download immediately.
Electronic Copy: Print Yourself
The printable version is perfect if you’re happy to do a little DIY and print the sign yourself. You will receive a high resolution PDF version of this print for immediate download as soon as payment is received (instantly if paid for via PayPal).
The file is A2 size but you can print it at any size you would like, just ensure your printer is set to “scale to page”. Or take the file along to your nearest print shop and ask them to help.
Purchase a printed version, either printed onto a fine/light canvas stretched onto a pine frame, or printed onto high quality paper and delivered rolled into a cardboard tube, ready for you to frame.