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Wedding Signs

With a variety of different uses, wedding signs can be used to direct guests to your reception or wedding, as decor during your service or reception or function as centrepieces on the tables. You can even use smaller wedding signs as keepsakes or small gifts for guests to take home to commemorate the day. There are several different types of signs you can opt for, often with personalisation options, to help make your special day memorable.

Pre-made Signs

For simple decor, consider pre-made signs to help decorate your reception space. You might opt for wooden signs with sayings such as, ‘here comes the bride’ or ‘and they lived happily ever after’. Pre-made signs can also be simple, such as ‘wedding here’ or ‘Mr. and Mrs’ and function as hanging wedding decorations or standing signs. You can also use picture frames or a chalkboard, depending on how modern or rustic of a look you desire.

Personalised Signs

Personalised signs can either have the groom and bride’s first names, or the last name of the couple joined in marriage. You can either take your own ideas (and materials) to a professional who’s an expert in calligraphy or art, or buy a pre-made and personlised sign from a talented vendor.

Directional Signs

If your reception or service might be a bit hard to find, an important part of your wedding supplies should include some directional signs. These can be just as decorative and rustic as your reception signs, but they should be placed in key places on main roads so that guests can find their way to the reception. If you’re having a reception on a secluded farm, for example, GPS may not offer the best directions. Plus, old-style signs offer an old-world feel.

Reception Signs

You may also want to consider simple reception signs for your dinner. It may include the name of the bride and groom, as well as officiants. It may also include a menu or buffet choices, if there are some. This sign may be provided by the venue, or you may like to bring your own for a personal addition.

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