Blue Plaque Buttons
Blue plaques on walls are a familiar sight in London as well across the UK and in other countries. They mark buildings where famous people were born or once lived. The first ever blue plaque, then known as a memorial tablet, was erected in 1867 at 24 Holles Street, Cavendish Square, London, to commemorate the birthplace of the poet, Lord Byron.
Most of us won't be famous enough to ever have a blue plaque with our name on it, but fear not dear friend, because we have a solution: blue plaque buttons!
We have designed a button badge that looks like a blue plaque and we can put any name and / or wording on it for you. No need for artwork - just let us know what wording you want on them.
Blue plaque badges are perfect for marking special occasions and making people feel special - a 25 years of service party, for example, or your best mate's stag night. They won't attach to walls, unfortunately, but you can pin them to jackets, jumpers and other items of clothing no problem.
Minimum order is just 20 badges!
For prices see our badge price list.
Any questions? Fire them at firstname.lastname@example.org
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