Wedding Tip 28 –Wedding Day Signs You Need

Welcome signs, directional posters, bar rules and food menus are just a few examples of the types of signs we recommend having at weddings to prevent guests from asking questions and wondering what comes next. 

Most planners and venues will have insight on this, but DIY brides can have fun and get creative as well! Here are important signs every wedding needs. 

WELCOME

Consider a big custom framed sign to excite guests and let them know they’re in the right place!

Consider a big custom framed sign to excite guests and let them know they’re in the right place!

DIRECTIONAL

Avoid any issues with navigating around a large venue with strategically placed directional signs to all of the key areas, including ceremony, cocktail hour, reception and bar.

Avoid any issues with navigating around a large venue with strategically placed directional signs to all of the key areas, including ceremony, cocktail hour, reception and bar.

FOOD AND DRINK

Do you have a signature cocktail? Are there specific bar rules guests must follow? Serving late night snacks? These are all important things you’ll want to communicate to guests on signs that can be placed on bar tops and food stations.

Do you have a signature cocktail? Are there specific bar rules guests must follow? Serving late night snacks? These are all important things you’ll want to communicate to guests on signs that can be placed on bar tops and food stations.

BRIDE AND GROOM/CELEBRATORY

Personal touches on the backs of your dinner chairs or at guest check-in signs create more excitement on the big day. Whether it’s a simple, “Mr. & Mrs.” sign or something more elaborate, make it personal and appropriate for you as a couple.

Personal touches on the backs of your dinner chairs or at guest check-in signs create more excitement on the big day. Whether it’s a simple, “Mr. & Mrs.” sign or something more elaborate, make it personal and appropriate for you as a couple.