Caricature sign-in boards make a wonderful, addition to a wedding receptions.  The bride and groom will enjoy the signatures and special thoughts of all the attendees to their special day...for a long time. Click here for more information. 
There are two ways to create a sign-in board. The first way is to simply buy a sign-in mat and frame, (they're easily found at stores such as ACMoore or Michael's--my most popular 8 x 10 caricature fits into a 16 x 20 frame) insert your caricature, remove the glass, and provide a pen. It's a nice touch to attach the pen to the frame with a ribbon in your wedding or event color. The second way is to have your caricature mounted to a large foam-core board. For both, you need a table easel or display easel. Some venues can provide this for you. Then, have your guests sign away! This makes a nice ice breaker/diversion while your guests are waiting for your arrival, as well as during your event.

Digital wedding caricatures make a wonderful addition to your celebration! They can be used for sign-in boards, gifts for your wedding party and new in-laws, and wedding favors. 
 All I need from you is reference material--photos of you both and your wedding attire. The basic wedding caricature includes 2 full length caricatures, a plain one- or two-color background, and the couple's names and wedding date. Additional items, such as pets, detailed backgrounds, etc. require a quote. Payment in full is required to start work. You will receive a sketch to approve before final color; one revision may be made at this point. Upon completion and approval, you will be emailed high-resolution jpeg files in three sizes: 2 x 3, 5 x 7,  and 8 x 10. You can print them however/wherever you like for personal use (I recommend FedEx Office). Usual turnaround time is two weeks from receipt of photos/payment. Please email me to discuss your order!

Having caricatures or silhouettes done at your wedding reception makes your celebration delightfully extraordinary and memorable! Your guests get a one-of-a-kind favor especially made for them. The performance aspect fascinates all who watch the creation of these original pieces of art. 

Live caricatures  created at your wedding reception are an enjoyable entertainment at both your cocktail hour and later on during your reception.

Emily has a three-hour minimum for wedding receptions, the first hour is is usually the cocktail hour. She continues to make art until the entrance of the bridal party and first dances. If she is seated where everyone she is drawing and the line can see what's going on,  she can continue, or take a short break so all eyes are on YOU.