Announce a high school or college homecoming game or welcome back someone from the military with homecoming banners. Choose from five long-lasting vinyl materials to suit either indoor or outdoor settings. No matter where you place the banner, the print will last due to the effective digital printing technique we use. This printing method creates striking, eye-catching graphics that will not scratch or peel. Customize a banner template with a unique design and we will print it on the banner material. Display these banners in a variety of places due to the wide range of sizes we offer. You can either select a popular banner size from our dropdown menu or you can add your own dimensions. Create a memorable homecoming experience with these completely customizable vinyl banners.
We have three ways to customize your homecoming banner template. Choose which of the following options best suits your design preferences:
Design Online: Are you familiar with online applications? Use our design tool to craft a unique banner template. In our online suite, you can upload photos and business logos, insert clipart and backgrounds, and personalize text boxes.
Upload Artwork Template: Do you have a design program that you prefer using? If so, download our banner template link onto your computer so that you can create your design in the software. When you are done, send the graphic to us for printing.
Free Design Services: Do you need help with what to include in your design or with the entire design process? Let our professional designers customize your banner template free of charge. You will receive an artwork proof to look over before we print your banners.
Depending on what you are using the homecoming signs for, they will be setup either indoors or outdoors. It is important to know where you want to display the banners and which vinyl material you require. If you would like to assemble them indoors, we offer two indoor vinyl materials to choose from. We have Indoor Vinyl and Indoor Opaque Vinyl. Both materials are weather-resistant and UV-protected, but the difference between the two is that the Indoor Vinyl has a matte finish, and the Indoor Opaque Vinyl has a more reflective satin finish.
What if you want to place the homecoming banners outdoors? We have three vinyl materials that we recommend for outdoor setups. When deciding on your vinyl material, think about what kind of weather the banner will have to resist and how long the banner will be outdoors. If the banner will be in a windy location for a long period, try the Mesh Vinyl. This option is perforated, which allows the wind to pass through the banner rather than push against it, which could damage the print. For other long-term applications in constantly changing weather, we have the 23oz Opaque Vinyl, which is weather-resistant and UV-protected. If you plan on displaying your homecoming banner in lighter weather for a shorter period and do not want to spend money on heavier fabrics, we recommend choosing the 18oz Opaque Vinyl option.
Another important thing to know when ordering your banner is how you will be setting it up. Choose a proper finishing instruction that is compatible with how you will install the homecoming signs:
Grommets: Get grommets in the four corners of the banner or on every 1.5ft of vinyl. Grommets are for hanging the banner with bungee cords from a ceiling, a wall, or on a post.
Ultra-Strong Adhesive Tabs: Add adhesive tabs to the four corners of the banner or, if it is long, around the banner’s perimeter. Tabs are also for hanging the banner with bungee cords.
Pole Pockets: Choose between getting pole pockets on the top or the top and the bottom of the banner. These pockets are for installing the homecoming banner on a banner stand with pole sets.
Hemmed Sides: Get hemmed sides with one of the above finishing instructions or get them by themselves. These sides are resistant to tearing, making them perfect for long term applications.
Cut Sides: For a clean-cut finish that is versatile, get the sides cut. This is great for light use without hardware or for placing the homecoming signs in a frame or on a canvas.