How to choose your colour and engraving options for a silicone wristband

April 19, 2017

How to choose your colour and engraving options for a silicone wristband

It's simple and easy to choose the right colour combination for your custom engraved wristband. And with a few easy tips, you can design the engraving you want too. 

Colour

We refer to wristband colours like this:

  • First, the outside colour of the wristband
  • Then, the inside colour of the wristband

So this is what a "Blue White" wristband looks like:

Medical Alert Wristbands Colour Engraving Info

 

Engraving

All of the engraving for your custom wristband will be on the OUTSIDE of the band. Although it is technically possible for us to engrave the inside, this raises two issues:

1)  There won't be any colour difference. (But it's no problem, if you do prefer this ultra discrete look)

2)  There is a slight shaping to the band that doesn't look natural when it's flipped over. So we don't recommend assuming you can just wear it inside out if you prefer the colour of the inside.

If you DO still want us to engrave the inside, just drop us a line at hello@butlerandgrace.co .

For everyone else, here's an overview of what "side 1" and "side 2" mean in terms of engraving:

Autism Alert Wristbands Colour Engraving Info  ID Wristbands Colour Engraving Info

 

If you have any other questions about the colour or engraving on your custom silicone wristband, just drop us a line on hello@butlerandgrace.co

Have a great day!

 





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