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What a lovely sign for your ring bearer or flower girl to carry during your wedding ceremony.

The wood is painted white (and could be ivory if you prefer) and distressed by hand. The burlap is painted with black lettering. The jute has a rustic, yet elegant look. The heart sign hangs with a white tulle ribbon (ivory is available if you want the sign painted in ivory with ivory tulle) that has bows on both top edges. If you would prefer the jute twine for a hangar (as pictured in the last photo) just let me know, otherwise it will come with white tulle.

All of my signs can be customized and personalized to what fits your style. I try to keep the font the same, as the fonts on my signs appear to be fitting for the burlap look.

If you would like a two sided heart with "JUST MARRIED" or "Happily Ever After" painted on the back, please see this listing:

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Heart Wedding Sign, HERE COMES the BRIDE, Rustic wedding decor

$44.00 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wood, paint, burlap, nails, tulle, twine
  • Made to order
  • Ships from Minnesota, United States to select countries.
  • Feedback: 498 reviews
  • Favorited by: 56 people

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