PlaqueMaker offers quantity discounts on décor and more that’s perfect to personalize for your wedding day celebration.
Full of possibilities. They say if a bride runs into a blind man, a doctor, a policeman or a frog; a black cat, a dove, a lamb or a clergyman; sunshine or a rainbow on her way to the ceremony –good luck is sure to follow. For a groom, it is lucky to run into a pigeon, a wolf or a goat on his way to the big day.
Going to the chapel and we’re going to get married …They also say the best way to spot lucky omens on your wedding day is to walk to the ceremony; even more luck is bestowed on the betrothed if it is raining or snowing (thus the reason for beautiful wedding canopies).
Your Love Story – Guests arriving at your wedding will enjoy reading all about key details of your love story. We’ve got the perfect thing: an engraved love story plaque you can display on the way to the church or reception.
Mr. & Mrs. Bamboo Table Top Sign – This customizable sign is the perfect wedding décor for the bride and grooms table at the reception. Engraved into bamboo, simply add the couple's new last name and the year and it's ready to impress.
Our Wedding Day Plaque – This day is like no other, so display an engraved plaque that commemorates your wedding at the reception.
Toast Wine Set – Have the Best Man make the toast using a special beverage kept for the bridal party in a gift box, complete with a foil cutter, spout, stopper and a cork screw -personalized with the message and artwork of your choice.
Personalized Drinkware – Everyone will be raising a glass to the bride and groom. Why not make them special, made just for you? Whether steamless tumbler for wine, or bride and groom flasks, pint and Whiskey and Scotch, PlaqueMaker will engrave them with monogram, family crest, names, date or dedication –anything that reminds you of your wedding day.
Full Color Printing – add a full color printing option on many PlaqueMaker items, for extra “specialness.”
The bride may tuck a sugar cube into her glove (to sweeten her union) and wear “something old” (to symbolize abiding love through the ages) … The groom may be wearing his lady’s colors, getting ready to “jump over the sword” … The guests may throw rice at the new husband and wife (or peas, as they do in the Czech culture) -one thing’s for certain: everyone will be utterly charmed by the personal touch thoughtfully given to the event, creating happy memories for all.