Easels and card holders
After designing your day-of paper goods, the final step is to decide how you're going to display everything. Our first recommendation is to look around and see what you already have available. Does your friend have a couple easels you can borrow for the weekend? Does your venue have a conveniently placed counter your guest seating sign can lean on? Does a local decor and styling vendor offer table number card holders for rent?
If ultimately, you decide you'd like to purchase some items, here are our recommendations!
How to pick an easel for your sign:
8x10” sign: All of our 8x10” bar signs come with a freestanding white cardboard easel back included. Just fold along the perforated lines to assemble.
12x18” sign: A tabletop size easel that is 7” to 18” in height works best for this size sign. A few inches shorter is ok if that’s what you have that on hand, but you may want to add some tape to the back for extra support.
18x24” sign: 18x24” signs look best on a tabletop-sized easel placed on table or counter. Look for an easel that is between 11” and 24” in height. A few inches shorter is ok if that’s what you have that on hand, but you may want to add a strip of tape on the back for extra support. If you don’t have a surface available to place this sign on, a standard floor-length easel will also work.
22x28” - 24x36” sign: A floor-length easel works great for these sizes. You can find cheap, collapsible options like *this* on Amazon or sturdy, customizable options like *this* on Etsy. Your local Hobby Lobby or Michael’s may have some options as well. Keep in mind, the legs and top of this easel will be showing and finding a color other than black, white or wood at this size can get pricey. We recommend picking up a can of spray paint for a fully on-trend color scheme.
Table number card holders:
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