1. Photo by We Heart Photography via Style Me Pretty 2. Photo via Neither Snow 3. Photo by Meet The Burks via Every Last Detail 4. Photo by Sarah K Chen 5. Photo via Sara Wilde Photography 6.. Photo by Simply Georgeous Events 7. Chalkboard art from Dana Tanamachi 8. Photo by Lisa Dunham of LSD Photography and Aaron Snow of Aaron Snow Photography via LuxeFinds 9. Photo via Green Wedding Shoes 10. Photo by Mike Larson Inc. via Style Me Pretty 11. Photo by Ashley Photographer via Delightfully Engaged 12. Chalkboard art from Dana Tanamachi 13. Elsie Larson via Biz Bash via Oh Lovely Day 14. Photo by Joielala Photographie via Every Last Detail 15. Photo by Christine Meintjes via Cap Classique
Chalkboards are such a fun way to add some personality to your wedding and they don’t have to be costly either. Wood, chalkboard paint and a piece of chalk is all it takes (although if you’re into the beautiful artistic chalk sign varieties you might need to find someone who is brilliant with their drawing skills!). Chalk boards can be used in so many aspects of your wedding decor. From welcoming guests, letting them know their seat, what they’re drinking, what they’re eating and even a little about you and your beloved.
Beautiful calligraphy can turn a chalkboard into something elegant, but hand written, rough typography has a certain rustic charm to it too. You could even use large chalkboards for photo and lolly buffet backdrops. A chalkboard wedding? Now there’s a thought!
My favourite part is how personal you can make them – throw them in a coloured frame, serve food from them, use a window frame, use fine fonts, old fonts, stark fonts, elaborate fonts- it’s as unique and as personal as you make it!