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Wedding Ceremony Signs

Warm Welcome

Kick off the festivities with a sign welcoming guests to your wedding.

Timeline / Order of Events

Let everyone know what they can look forward to and ensure they don’t miss a thing! A timeline sign usually includes key events such as your ceremony, wedding breakfast, speeches, first dance, cake cutting and send-off.

Seating

The days of an usher asking new arrivals whether they’re guests of the bride or groom are long gone. For a relaxed, laidback feel, use a custom sign to encourage friends and family to sit wherever they like.

Unplugged Wedding

Although we document and share almost everything on social media these days, you may not want your guests waving mobile phones in your face as you enter and exit your ceremony. A polite sign requesting no pictures be taken or shared should do the trick.

Ceremony Program

Display your ceremony program in sign-form and create a beautiful keepsake at the same time. You can include your names, your wedding date and important members of the wedding party.

Directions

Ideal for farm or festival weddings, directional signs are essential for larger venues, especially if your celebration is spread across different areas.

Wedding Reception Signs

Table Plan

When it comes to table plans, the design options are endless! We love coming up with creative ideas, but we also know how important it is to keep things simple and clear if you want your guests seated in a jiffy.

If you’re planning a more relaxed celebration, a table plan may not be necessary, but a custom sign can be useful to let guests know they’re free to sit wherever they like.

Table Numbers

If you decide to use a formal table plan, you’ll need table numbers or names too. Keeping the design consistent with the rest of your décor looks stylish and impactful.

Menus

Remind guests what they’ve ordered, tell them when the BBQ is due to start, or run through what’s on offer at the buffet. Whatever your food arrangements, let people know with a large freestanding sign, a series of smaller table-top signs, or a printed menu at each place setting.

Sweet Treats

A custom sign is ideal for a sweet cart or dessert station. List the sweet treats on display, encourage guests to help themselves, or simply feature a cake-related quote.

Comfort Signs

Highlight all the special little touches you’ve added to ensure your guests feel pampered and well looked after. We’ve previously created custom signs for parasols and umbrellas, cosy blankets to protect from cold weather, and even comfy flip-flops for weary feet.

Entertainment

From photo booths to guest books, signs are a great way to grab people’s attention and ensure they get involved.

March 02, 2019 — Katie Mays