Once upon a wedding dream I had a vision of a detailed, scroll-y, old-fashioned, square picture frame painted in a bright, shocking color. Something like this:
I searched for months for a frame that I could spray paint into my vision, but these frame-sellers knew what they had was precious and priced it accordingly. I was not going to spend $40 bucks on something I would be shellacking with yellow paint.
Eventually I found this:
It was not scrolled, nor was it square, but it was $3.99 and the most promising prospect I'd seen in a while. So, I bought it.
Then I sprayed it,
Then I was ready to get my sign on. I used leftover invitation card stock to make a background, copied, then doctored some wording from an online source, printed it onto a piece of card stock, got out my handy-dandy paper edge puncher for some extra detailing, and voila! I had a sign:
Let's see it in action:
The sign did its job, and looked pretty awesome on our photo booth table. Everyone grabbed a mustache, fake lips, glasses, or other photo booth props and got busy taking pictures for our guestbook! I loved it!