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I love celebrating the little things. In fact, my husband and I regularly celebrate the first day we kissed which was May 11th, 2000. We we got married on 11/11, we try to go on a date on every 11th and if it’s 11:11, and we are near each other – we kiss. I know, it’s super cheesy but that’s how we regularly honor that very special day in our lives. This adorable DIY Met, Engaged, Married Sign will help you do the same! Honor and celebrate your special dates by downloading my free designs and editing to fit your unique love story. This is our 4th printable do-it-yourself project in our mini-series sponsored by Canon and if you haven’t seen these others, make sure to check them out! Display this sweet print at your wedding reception and then in your home after your event. However, you don’t have to be a newlywed to make this project – as long as you remember your special dates – us not-so-newlywed’s can create one too. This personalized framed print would also make a wonderful gift!

Download, edit and print this adorable met, engaged, married sign for free!
Download, edit and print this adorable met, engaged, married sign for free!

Met, Official, Ring, Wed

Celebrate your special, monumental relationship dates with this adorable DIY print! I’ve created a design that honors 4 times which are often thought of as the most important:

  • When you met
  • When you started dating
  • When you got engaged
  • When you said I do!
Download, edit and print this adorable met, engaged, married sign for free!
Download, edit and print this adorable met, engaged, married sign for free!
Download, edit and print this adorable met, engaged, married sign for free!

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Download, edit and print this adorable met, engaged, married sign for free!

Edit The Design

  • Download your choice of file size + color at the end of the post.
  • Open with Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat.
  • Click onto Tools, Comment, Edit to edit all the sayings on this sign. Add your own personal, monumental events and the dates that correspond.
  • Use the fonts below, or choose to use other fonts on your computer.
  • Save and print!

Download these fonts: Jenna Sue and Super Clarendon Bold to edit the design properly.

Download, edit and print this adorable met, engaged, married sign for free!

Print + Cut + Frame

Download, edit and print this adorable met, engaged, married sign for free!

Violet – 11 x 14

For this 11″ x 14″ print, I used 11″ x 17″ scrapbooking paper that I found at JoAnn. I wanted this sign to be a muted and soft, so I printed it on beige paper. You can do the same if you’d like. If you print it on white it will be bright and more like the violet pictured above.

Download, edit and print this adorable met, engaged, married sign for free!

Print + Cut + Frame

Download, edit and print this adorable met, engaged, married sign for free!

Peach – 8 x 10

For this 8″ x 10″ print, I used regular 8.5″ x 11″ white cardstock. You can also use photo paper for a more glossy look.

Download, edit and print this adorable met, engaged, married sign for free!

Two Sizes + Two Colors

What size and what color will you choose? 8 x 10 or 11 x 14? Peach or Violet? Personally the peach is my favorite because of the tiny turquoise flowers… but that violet is pretty too!

Download, edit and print this adorable met, engaged, married sign for free!

DIY Tutorial Sponsored By:

Canon U.S.A., Inc. prides itself on allowing consumers to create and preserve beautiful imagery, from capture to print. With wireless technology and seamless printing capabilities, you can print your photos and printables with precision and ease.

Canon PIXMA iP8720 Wireless Crafting Printer

Canon U.S.A., Inc. prides itself on allowing consumers to create and preserve beautiful imagery, from capture to print. With wireless technology and seamless printing capabilities, you can print your photos and printables with precision and ease.

Download, edit and print this adorable met, engaged, married sign for free!

Download these fonts (Jenna Sue and Super Clarendon Bold) to edit the design properly!

8″ x 10″ Signs

Click for the-peach-smallClick for the-violet-small

Remember to choose to print these PDF’s at “actual size”.

11″ x 14″ Signs

Click for the-peach-largeClick for the-violet-large

As with all our DIY tutorials, if you create one of our projects please send us a picture – We Love Seeing Your Creativity! If you use Instagram or Twitter please use the hashtag #SomethingTurquoiseDIY and it will show up on our Get Social page. Happy Crafting!

DIY Tutorial Credits

Photography + DIY Tutorial: Jen Carreiro of Something Turquoise // Canon PIXMA iP8720 Wireless Crafting Printer: courtesy of Canon – available at JoAnn // Cardstock: JoAnn // Fonts Used: Jenna Sue and Super Clarendon Bold // Frames: Michaels // Vases + Faux Flowers: Afloral // nail polish: OPI – Withstands the Test of Thyme


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