Signs and banners have become a common sight at weddings, and for good reason! Signage not only acts as beautiful decor, but serves a greater purpose in guiding guests. This can be guiding them on where to go or sit, or even on what to order from the bar. They’re also pretty to look at, and can easily match any theme. From chalkboards to canvas to even wood and acrylic, we have seen so many variations of wedding signs. And plenty of different verbiage too. So we put together a list of the 10 signs you HAVE to have at your wedding!
Wedding by Unveiled Hawaii, Photo by Rebecca Arthurs, Calligraphy by Miss B Calligraphy
Event by Oak & Honey Events, Signage by Baci Designer, Photo by Mann & Wife Visual Storytellers.
Dress by Celia Grace, Sign by Kara Hoblin, Photo by Dear Stacey.
Photo by Love Me Do Photography.
2. Your Wedding Timeline
Event by Fete Nashville, Photo by Kristyn Hogan.
Event by Shi Shi Events, Photo by Clayton Austin.
Flowers by Country Bouquet Floral, Photo by Salt & Pine Photography.
3. The Wedding Party
Event by Sage Nines Event Production, Photo by Clark Brewer.
4. Ceremony Seating
Event by The Dazzling Details, Photo by Casey Figlewicz.
Wedding by Gold Leaf Event Design and Production, Photo by Lane Dittoe.
Wedding by Posh Parties, Photo by KT Merry.
5. Love Quotes
Photo by Katlyn Marie Photo Art, featured in this bright riverside wedding
Event by A Good Affair Wedding & Event Production, Photo by Brandon Kidd Photography.
Event by ME Weddings & Events, Photo by Tracy Dodson Photography.
Photo by Chelsea Denise Photo, featured in this blush & green Texas wedding
6. Bar Signs
Event by Harmony Creative Studio, Signage by Sophia Loves Letters, Photo by Meghan Christine Photography.
Signage by Happily Ever Etched, Photo by Jenna Bechtholt Photography.
Signage and Styling by Kristy Rice, Photo by Amanda Young/ Swoon Over it Photography.
Rentals by Paisley and Jade, Venue at Upper Shirley Vineyards, Event by LK Events and Design, Signage by Capital Calligraphy, Photo by Stephanie Yonce.
7. Custom Cocktails
Event by Papertini, Photo by Asya Photography.
Event by Nicole George Event Planning and Design, Photo by Studio Castillero.
8. Place cards
Photo by Chris J Evans Photography.
Event by Moana Events, Photo by Sea Light Studios.
Photo by Kristina Adams Photography, Adina’s Bridal.
9. Mr. & Mrs. Chair Signs
Photo by Julia Wade, featured in this coastal boho wedding
Event by La Jet Fete Destination Weddings, Photo by Andreas Holm.
Photo by M Three Studio Photography.
9 responses to “10 Signs You Have to Have at Your Wedding”
these are perfect!
So many good ideas!
This makes me wish I had nice handwriting!!
So much pretty in one post! Our Homestead Chalkboard Bar is one of our favorite pieces to personalize and we love seeing how clients get creative with the lettering. Thanks for featuring it and bravo to all of our vendor friends who created these gorgeous sign designs!
I love the flip flop idea!
Thank you so much for including my work in this article!!
“We decided on forever” is my favorite one!