Place Cards for Mt. Davidson Cross Banquet by Hyegraph
Place Cards for Mt. Davidson Cross Banquet by Hyegraph Invitations & Calligraphy
On February 18, 2017, The Council of Armenian American Organizations of Northern America (CAAONC) which was formed in 1997, celebrated it’s 20th Anniversary of acquiring the Mt. Davidson Cross in San Francisco, California. The CAAONC is made up of 38 Armenian organizations who came together to purchase, maintain and preserve the cross. At 103 feet, The Mt. Davidson Cross is the world’s largest cross and is the highest geographic point, 938 feet in San Francisco according to www.mtdavidson.org. Hyegraph Invitations & Calligraphy was proud to create the place cards for the Mt. Davidson Cross Banquet.
Mt. Davidson Cross 20th Anniversary Banquet Place Cards:
The above Mt. Davidson Cross Place Cards were created for the 20th Anniversary Banquet celebrating the acquiring of the cross. The names and table number are printed using Hyegraph Digital Calligraphy in Black Ink and font style Cygnet Round on Envelopment Brand Cards. The card measures 4 1/2 x 4 and the price is $65 for a quantity of 100 cards. Two logos are also printed on the place card; the Mt. Davidson Cross Logo & The 20th Anniversary Logo. The price for the place card with printed names, table numbers and logos is $1.50 per card.
You can see more info about the Mt. Davidson Cross on the website www.mountdavidsoncross.org. You can also go up and see the cross or donate to the Mt. Davidson Cross. Please see our Keeping The Promise at Mt. Davidson Cross Blog post for more information on how the Cross is celebrated and used as a space for prayer and commemoration.
Please Call, Email or stop by Hyegraph Invitations & Calligraphy to create elegant, custom place cards and invitations for your next special banquet or gala. Please see our happy customers and our Hyegraph Blog for examples of place cards, menus, programs and invitations.
Thank You for considering Hyegraph Invitations & Calligraphy and Jacques Oskanian for your next special project.
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