Wedding signage

August 16 • 2012

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It may seem like just another to-do on the wedding planning list, but good signage is, well, a sign of a well-organized event.

While you’ve plotted out precisely where you’ll exchange vows and can likely recall every square inch of your reception venue from memory, chances are the setting will be new to your guests. On the big day, as you and your sweetie wonder how you both got so lucky, your guests might be wondering, “Is this the right place?”

Make your signage attractive, so it can double as both décor and directions — to the ceremony, reception and any other highlights of the day, like a photo booth or lawn games. Cute options are endless on Etsy, like this wooden sign customized with your names and wedding date. Order early and use it as a prop in your engagement shoot or for save-the-date cards. After the wedding, stake it into your garden for an everyday reminder of your trip down the aisle.

These upcycled signs made from pallets give off a more rustic vibe as they point the way on the big day. Like the look of wood but also want a pop of color? Check out these darling signs painted in the shade of your choice.

Chalkboard may be all the rage in wedding décor right now, but this hand-drawn sign is work of art you’ll cherish for years to come. Hang it at the rehearsal dinner or reception, or cross your fingers that a loved one will order you one as a newlywed gift.

Or forgo words entirely and use pictures of the cake, the rings and glasses of bubbly to clue your guests into what’s happening and where. Even simpler – blow up a photo of you and your sweetheart pointing to the festivities like this fun pair. Everyone is there to see the happy couple, after all.

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