A banner is a portable, cost-effective and accessible medium used to promote products and services worldwide. You often see it in trade-shows, but is that all that you can use banners for?
Banners are under-valued and under-used, only because people have pre-defined usage beliefs for them. In reality, a banner is an easy-to-use, noticeable sign that can provide a variety of different information, from upcoming events to special discounts and much more. If done right, a banner can lead to better brand identity and can effectively draw attention to a particular viewpoint. As a result, here are the four unexpected events that we believe a banner would be perfect for:
Bakesales & Lemonade Stalls
Get the heads turning by putting up a banner at the end of the street and another right behind your stall next time when you put up a lemonade stall. You might want to hang the banner at a fence or wall behind you, or you might fancy using a pull-up banner. No matter what you use, the banner will help enhance your space and give your simple stall a professional look. Pretty soon, you are likely to have many visitors thronging your stall as the banner would have drawn the needed attention.
Use fantastic big-sized banners in the wedding hall to give your wedding a background of your choice. Make it a reflection of your mood and style. Or you can display a banner right at the wedding reception area to announce the names of the bride and groom. Not only would it facilitate guests to reach the right venue, but it would also become a memorable part of your big day – something to make you smile whenever you think about it or skim through the pics and video.
Birthdays & Anniversary Parties
Pull-up banners, retractable banners are easily portable banners that can add a touch of glory to your birthday or anniversary party. Having a banner welcoming the guests to the event given in your honour right at the outset will make sure that the first impression is priceless.
Banners are fantastic to announce upcoming events, star of the month students and staff, change in timings, the addition of new books in the library as well as events such as Talent Shows, Parent Teacher Conferences, Annual days, Sports week, spelling contests etc.
When making banners make sure that you have a clear and readable message, choose your words wisely and play with colours sensibly. Pay attention to details such as font type, size and placement of text.
After an event is over, it is a good idea to keep the banner safely for later use. You may even like to share it with family or friends so that your banner helps them make their moments extra special too; And lastly, don’t forget to take a picture with your banner at your event Banners build memories for life.