With our printing process it doesn't matter if you want different text on each sash. For example if you had the text printed on the front and the back of the sash, you could have a standard message on the front that read something like Lisa's Hen Night
in larger lettering and then put the date and venue underneath , such as Bristol, August 2016
. On the back you could then have the individual names of all the girls in the group. For the Bride you could select different wording, such as It's My Hen Night
, with The Bride
on the back.
You can have whatever wording you require, but remember that the ribbon is only 4 inches wide and that even though the sash is 6 feet (1.8M) long, that the actual area that you can see when it is being worn is only about 20 inches (50cm). You can have the text on 2 lines if required. In this case for ease of reading we normally would make the top line the main message (e.g. this is where we would put the name of the event such as Sarah's Hen Do, and then underneath we would use smaller text for something like London 2016.
We have a selection of standard fonts, from serif to non-serif to script, but sometimes it gives a better result to have a simple font. Also it is usually easier to read a message that uses upper and lower case letters rather than all capital letters. All capital letters can be particularly difficult to read