You’ve selected the flowers, the linens, and even the dress, but what about the signs you’ll need? That’s probably the one part of the wedding that many brides forget about or leave for the last minute. Here are some ideas on how to create some quick and unique signs for your special day.
Start off by welcoming your guests to the wedding ceremony with a beautiful wood sign.
An order of events sign is common in England, but I think my daughter will be using one to help guests know when all the magic will be happening. Her plan is to use a vintage mirror of her grandmothers and add a white vinyl decal to give it a handwritten look. This is something you can actually do on a Cricket machine.
The next sign your guests will probably see is one that’s becoming more and more popular with couples. An “unplugged ceremony” sign gives your guests the immediate feel for your ceremony. You want them to be in the moment with you and not taking photos for their social media.
Sometimes you need to remind guests that the first row of chairs in the ceremony is reserved for family members. So, hanging a small reserved sign on the end chair gives them a pretty reminder.
You can watch a video on how I created this DollarTree DIY frames for printable reserved signs, here.
Guests will definitely bring you cards and gifts, so let them know on what table to set them. This acrylic sign is modern and sleek.
Before you get the reception party started, guests will want to know where they can sit. So, a seating list is essential for that.
Greet them at the table with a pretty matching table number sign.
I hope these suggestions help you in styling your wedding ceremony and reception. If you want to see some of my printable signs you can check out my shop here.
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