Why save the traditional Just Married sign for your car-aided exit? Hang it up at your reception and you'll get more time to enjoy its message. Better yet, spell out your sentiments letter-by-letter using our alphabet template.

Each character is encircled by a different border, a whimsical take on the old-fashioned look of vintage typewriter keys. Print the 3-inch-diameter designs on standard paper and cut or punch them out; make two small slits near the top, just inside the decorative border, and weave a 1/4-inch ribbon through. For streamers, ribbons are a more polished alternative to crepe paper; the pre-pleated ribbon used to make these swags comes in various widths.

Download the Alphabet template in PDF format using our printable directions.

Letters A through F

Letters G through L

Letters M through R

Letters S through X

Letters Y and Z

Ampersand

Letter A

Letter B

Letter C

Letter D

Letter E

Letter F

Letter G

Letter H

Letter I

Letter J

Letter K

Letter L

Letter M

Letter N

Letter O

Letter P

Letter Q

Letter R

Letter S

Letter T

Letter U

Letter V

Letter W

Letter X

Letter Y

Letter Z

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Comments (40)

Anonymous
June 15, 2012
Is there a set of numbers with the same pattern as these letters?
Anonymous
June 9, 2015
are there any numbers that match the letter banner????
Anonymous
March 21, 2015
Is there a font for numbers
Anonymous
November 23, 2011
This was such an easy DIY project! Check out my step-by-step try at this one here: http://diynatalie.tumblr.com/post/13189993199/diy-wedding-banner
Anonymous
September 6, 2011
Where do I find the pleated ribbon. I have looked everywhere on the internet and at craft stores and cannot find it.
Anonymous
July 29, 2011
I too would like a PDF that reads "just Married"
Anonymous
June 6, 2011
Can I get a PDF that reads "just married"?
Anonymous
April 8, 2011
When i print them out the middle of each and every letter does not get printed - just white space. I tried on three different printers - it's all the same. What can be wrong?
Anonymous
March 7, 2011
Sorry it cut off. Go to Tools>Select
Anonymous
March 7, 2011
To print just one circle, save the file to your desk top (use the little disk picture in the upper left of the pdf) then fo to Tools>Select
Anonymous
February 19, 2011
I used: Insert- "screen shot" from Powerpoint then Format (picture tools) cropped to fit just the letters I needed to print.
Anonymous
February 12, 2011
I'd suggest printing out the letters you want on plain paper - cutting them out and then using a bit of glue or tape to put multiple letters on one sheet. Then copy that sheet to cardstock.
Anonymous
February 7, 2011
I'm so excited to find these but I hate to waste a full sheet of card stock printing off letters I don't need. I tried doing Select All and pasting the letters into a word doc but only the letter moves, not the circle around it. Can anyone help me with this? Thanks!
Anonymous
August 4, 2010
I love these! They go with the steampunk wedding we are planning for wedding. That being said, I do have a suggestion. It would be helpful if you had bundled several pages of letters together, for the purposes of downloading. This way we have to download each page individually for a complete set.
Anonymous
June 28, 2010
I love these!! Keep them in my favorites bar and run off for my little gifties and thinking of you's......thank you Martha!!!
Anonymous
May 20, 2010
just finished my banner for sons reception little tip for weaving ribbon on letters sewed a tiny button on the end of the ribbon made it a lot easier. turned out very cute.
Anonymous
May 19, 2010
How do I get just one letter at a time? It doesn't even open as a PDF (as someone else said), and I don't seem to be able to cut and paste into Word. Thoughts? Thanks!
Anonymous
February 11, 2010
Try reducing the scale by a certain percentage in your printer settings.
Anonymous
February 8, 2010
Is it Possible to get this exact templet that works with a 1" Circle Cut Out? I have favor boxes that are 2"x2" and this is too big. Thanks
Anonymous
February 5, 2010
The font is calles LTC Kennerley Open Caps. It's available on the Internet..
Anonymous
November 19, 2009
Does anyone know the name of the font used for this? I really like it and was hoping to use it for other things. Thanks!
Anonymous
October 15, 2009
To change the size you will need to cut out the letters you want, place them on the glass of your printer and choose the to enlarge or reduce the percentages on your printer. If your printer does not enlarge or reduce you should take them them to Kinkos and tell them what you want. They will do it for you.
Anonymous
July 16, 2009
How can I select just one letter and not have it print 6 per page of each letter? Also, how can I change the size so it is larger than 3 inches? I would like to select a bunch of letters (for a just married banner and have the bride and grooms names, so I don't need 6 of each letter and I need them to be larger for the banner). Thanks for your help!
Anonymous
May 7, 2009
Is there any way to change the colour of the font, or to make it bigger?
Anonymous
February 6, 2009
I can't find this pleated ribbon anywhere - does anybody know of a place to get it? Or somewhere online that sells it?
Anonymous
January 21, 2009
To take just one letter at a time you have to use the select tool and select the letter you want then copy and past it into a word document
Anonymous
August 26, 2008
How do you go about choosing only one letter at a time?
Anonymous
August 26, 2008
How do we choose only the letters that are needed or style that I want.
Yorkie_7
August 26, 2008
I have an older computer that I save these to. Sometimes the templates don't show if I have been saving a lot. Try to reboot your computer, Sarahdarcy and see if that helps. Don't have a lot open but these pdf files. If your computer doesn't have space...get rid of something and open it again. I have Adobe 6.0...anything less than that old program probably won't open them. Try going to the local library and print them there if that helps you any. Good luck.
Anonymous
August 3, 2008
I tried these templates back in June and they worked wonderfully so I went out and bought a 3-inch diameter punch and now ... much to my dismay, the templates aren't even coming up ... I see this has been a problem for over a month ... Is there any way to know when this will be fixed? My wedding is in a few months. Thanks.
Anonymous
August 3, 2008
I tried these templates back in June and they worked wonderfully so I went out and bought a 3-inch diameter punch and now ... much to my dismay, the templates aren't even coming up ... I see this has been a problem for over a month ... Is there any way to know when this will be fixed? My wedding is in a few months. Thanks.
Anonymous
July 24, 2008
When you click on the letters, you should get a pdf file that will open in your browser. Try again and let me know if you still can't open the files. You may need to download some software that lets you read pdf documents.
Anonymous
July 9, 2008
The custom banner is a great idea. You can also create a very special canvas poster (16x20 or 20x16) that you can then have framed or do what I did, go to the beach find a great piece of wood stick, staple the canvas to it and hang a ribbon or string. It looks really great. www.celebratingmystory.com
Anonymous
July 9, 2008
When I click on the letters all I get is a blank screen??? anyone help?
Anonymous
July 8, 2008
THIS IS GREAT! THANK YOU SO MUCH!
Anonymous
June 27, 2008
These are wondeful! Thank you so much!
Anonymous
June 23, 2008
It is working now! Please let us know if you have any other issues.
Anonymous
June 23, 2008
So sorry! We're working to fix the problem ASAP!
Anonymous
June 23, 2008
Can't access templates...VERY FRUSTRATING!