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Wedding Decor

Let us make your special day even more special with truly custom Wedding Decor. Choose from any or all of these options to create your very own wedding suite, including endless drafts, step by step updates, flexible payment options, and more. Take a look below at some past wedding adventures!


Cake Topper

Draw focus to the top of your cake with a Scroll Saw Cake Topper! Choose exactly what you want represented on that central display, and rest assured that all will be food safe for you and your guests. Its a lovely memento to keep after the wedding, too, potentially as an ornament!

Photo by Michelle Girard Photography

Table Numbers

Scroll Saw Table Numbers are a lovely accent to your centerpieces. Choose ANY font, wood, or anchoring style (dowel, plate, sign, etc) to make your table visions come true. PLUS you can use them for future parties or events, or upcycle them to the next friend getting hitched!

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Put your wedding ceremony on a sturdy, beautiful piece of wood, that you can customize with your choice of detail. During the ceremony, it's more attractive than a binder or folder, and it is also a gorgeous way to remember exactly what was said for those visual people! Your ceremony will be sealed on to the back for a lifetime of memories

Officiant's Board


Photo by Ann Coen Photography

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Head Table

Dress up your head table with beautiful wooden decorations like this flower box and Scroll Saw Letters! Stained or painted to perfectly match your wedding colors, we can also perfectly match your wedding vibe, while leaving you enough room on your table to catch your breath from all the fun, plus make your head table picture look GORG.


Wedding Sign

Two very important friends of mine eloped in what has to be the most glorious ceremony I've seen. Full of woodsy vibes, lush greenery, and the best people, the very thought of it makes my heart burst! I was insanely honored when Adam and Emily asked me to make this sign for their ceremony, and after, their home. These are two immensely kind people, who are so contagiously warm, and I was determined to give them the best I had. The base is made from black walnut, milled in to planks that were then glued up in a board. Next, we took the router to carve it in to a circle, then gave it a rounded edge for a smooth look. It was sanded through the grains, and friends, lemme tell you: this was the silkiest wood circle you ever did see! The text was carved by hand on the scroll saw with hard maple, in the font Clarkson. I then hand sanded them to the same silky smoothness as the board, and glued them up. After assembly, it was coated in a spray polyurethane, fine sanded once more, then got a final coat to seal it all in. Talking about the sign and this perfect elopement is all well and good, but I can't stress enough: Adam and Emily are what made this sign beautiful, and their elopement, beautiful. So join me in wishing them all their deserved happiness as the newest Whitcombs, top tier people, and Maine's finest!

For your sign, see our various types of signs back in the gallery to decide which fits your ceremony best!

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