DIY Signs and Banners

A great trend that we are seeing on so many weddings is using a sign somewhere in your wedding. Some use it to identify where the Bride and Groom will be sitting, while others use it to say “Thank you” to their guests. No matter what you choose to use your sign for, it will definitely be a fun and personal touch to your wedding. We love seeing our brides {and grooms} get creative with the signs. Here are a few options you could use for your day to help add this clever touch.








Allison & Zachary’s Vintage Inspired Wedding

Once again, we are very happy to be featured in Bliss Bridal Magazine! Allison and Zachary had a beautiful vintage inspired wedding here at Vintage Villas, with the help of Coordinate This, Petal Pushers Event Floral Design, and Simon Lee Bakery. E. E. Photography did an amazing job shooting this wedding, with the help of 2nd Generation Video Productions  as their videographer. Each image helped to capture the vintage vibe of not only the wedding details, but the couple as well. This shabby chic wedding was tailored to the bride and groom perfectly, from the ruffled cake to each individual mason jar filled with floral arrangements and hung with twine.We love each aspect of this wedding and we hope you do as well!

Photo Shoot in Bliss Bridal Magazine

This exciting photo shoot which was featured in Bliss Bridal Magazine was so much fun to do! Becky Navarro from Pearl Events Austin did a fantastic job designing this whimsical wonderland in our Event Center and Gazebo. Flora Fetish constructed the beautiful floral arrangements for both the inside and outside table settings. If this is the look you’d like for your event, then you could make it happen by contacting Premiere Party Central for the tables, chairs, and other rental needs. This saucy soiree was perfectly captured by Daniel C. Photography. Overall, it was an amazing time watching all of the details for this festive reception come to life! Enjoy!






Creative Twists to the Traditional Guest Book

When getting your engagement photos done, order a larger canvas of your favorite photo.

At the wedding, your guests can sign the canvas, and you can have a memory

of your wedding worth hanging on your wall!

Create a unique and personal guest book for you to cherish forever.

Ask guests to write a note to the happy couple,

place the keepsake on the branches of the tree, as leaves, to fill the family tree.

Another twist to the “Family Tree” guest book, is to have guests use their thumbprint as leaves,

then sign their fingerprint.

The couple has the initial of their last name that the guests can sign,

making a personal touch for any wall space.

The couple could set up an easel, paint, and paint brushes for guests to leave their mark.

The couple then adds this new painting into their art collection at home.

This makes for a very modern piece of art in your home.

No matter which option you choose for your guest book, make sure it is something you’re happy with. Guest books are often overlooked as the years pass, but these new ideas could keep the memory of your wedding as part of your daily life. You never want to forget the people who helped make your weddings so special, so unique.

Your guest book could be the center point of a room in your home, without people knowing it was the guest book for your wedding! Most of all, have fun with it!¬† There is no need to take it too seriously. Anything that stems away from the traditional guest book will catch your guests’ eye and be a detail that they will remember!