One of the things I've always loved is the "Thank You" Parasols that have become EXTREMELY popular. My dad has been a sign painter his ENTIRE life, so painting up this badboy would be easy for him yet take a lot of time. My dad is a busy guy, and I've already thrown some big projects his way.
I bet I'm one of the few, if not only, who's dad made their table numbers. Hahaha, not a typical dad-duty.
And this is COMPLETELY not related to the post, but is this not a gorgeous thing done with parasols?
So yeah, realizing this was a project that would take a good chunk of an afternoon on my dad's weekend and knowing he does have better things to do then stuff for my wedding I thought I would take this one off of his hands. Into mine? No way, I don't think I have the patience anymore and I don't want to spend the money to buy one that somebody else made.
So I'm going with something that I still think is cute in pix and will work perfect for our Thank You postcards that I plan on making after the wedding... Thank You Posters.
I will probably do two seperate posters for "Thank" & "You" and my dad could whip this project out for me in 20 minutes with some vinyl and a board. I might border it with some ribbon or something or depending on how it looks I might just leave it in the fuschia swirly fun font he uses for me. I'll be sure to show them to you when they're done, but there won't be a tutorial. Because honestly my dad just prints out the vinyl and lays them on poster for me. That's how Mr. Mojito had such a sweet little poster for me at my graduation, courtesy of Papa Mojito.
I was hoping it would have said "Marry Me Miss Mojito!" but whatever... that actually came a few days after graduation! :)
Do you plan on doing one of the "Thank You" trends? What are you going to use?