How to Customize a Las Vegas Welcome Sign

Updated April 17, 2017

Its a nice touch to add customised signage to your party decor; it shows you took an extra step to really make the event special. In days past, customising a large sign might have been expensive and taken weeks to produce from a speciality printing shop. Today, creating a sign is easy, quick and inexpensive. Adding the guest of honor's name to the iconic Las Vegas welcome sign will beckon all party people to Viva Las Vegas!

Locate a printer who will produce the sign for you within your time frame and budget. As of 2011, After 5 customises a 15-inch wide by 15-inch high sign, featuring the famous neon Las Vegas sign, by adding up to three lines of personalised text. The signage printed in vibrant colours on gloss-coated hardboard comes with four holes for easy hanging. Printing time is approximately five days and there are a number of shipping options available. Price for the signage is £19.40 without taxes or shipping. For an extra £3.50 you may opt to have this sign gift-wrapped.

Go for bold by selecting a customised Las Vegas sign from Amazon Events. Touting themselves as the leading prop building company in Las Vegas, Amazon Events will use any text desired and create a one-of-a-kind sign. Free-standing signs are their speciality, but the sky is the limit here. They can build anything in 72 hours and ship the next day. Since this work is completely one of a kind, prices will vary.

Look to customise the Las Vegas sign for your invitations as well. Zazzle offers invitations in a 5 by 7 portrait or landscape layout with variations on the popular sign from a sepia vintage look to a faded retro finish.

Finish off your sign by going a step further in your personalisation and affixing photos of the bachelorette, birthday gal or anniversary couple on to the sign before you hang it. Better still, if the photos actually captured the honoree in Vegas.


Personalised items cannot be returned due to spelling mistakes, so double-check your order before pushing the send button.

Things You'll Need

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About the Author

Nicki Callahan began her literary career in 1989. Her work has appeared in "The Charlotte Observer," "The Patriot Ledger," "The Wasatch County Courier," "Utah Homes & Garden Magazine" and "The Retired Officer Magazine." Callahan studied English literature and creative writing at the University of California, Los Angeles and the University of Utah.