Wedding calligraphy not in the budget? No problem. You can make your own gorgeous wedding signage for less than $10 / a pop.
What you'll need:
Mini dry erase boards with markers
A free calligraphy font of your choice for tracing (or eyeballing)
An X-acto knife (if tracing)
Dry erase cloth or paper towel
Permanent marker and/or frame for finishing (optional)
Here's how to do it:
Grab several white boards in the style and size of your choice (we got this U Brands 14 x14 marbled board for $6 at Target!).
With a pencil and ruler, mark where you want to place your verbiage. Take into consideration embellishments and other decor that might surround your signage.
Trace or eyeball the free (or paid) calligraphy font of your choice. If tracing, we recommend printing out the word in large font, and using an X-acto knife to cut out a template.
Go over the pencil with the dry erase marker. Take your time to fill in where necessary, and remember that it just takes a simple swipe to correct mistakes!
If you're placing your signage where fingers could accidentally erase your work, preserve it by either going over the design with a permanent marker or frame it.