I’m not sure if it is just me, but there seems to be a huge increase over recent years on the amount of signage couples choose to have feature in their big day. Maybe it is just the increase in sharing our gorgeous weddings openly on social media. Either way, I blooming well love it! Wedding signs are perfect for so many different reasons. They add gorgeous, original décor features to your venue, keep your guests in the know. and make for beautiful detail pictures you can treasure forever. We have been scouring the internet and have found 13 wedding signs you just NEED!

13 Must Have Wedding Signs | Inspiration

Welcome Signage

welcome wedding signs

Image Source – Wedding Forward

Want your guests to know their presence is appreciated the second they walk through your venues doors? A gorgeous handmade wedding sign will not just serve that purpose, it will also be a beautiful keepsake you can treasure forever. Hang it up in your home after the wedding and remember the moment you were adding the final touches to your look whilst all your guests were arriving. You will feel that same anticipation for years to come.

Directions Signage

directional wedding signs

Image Source – Cypress & Whim

If you have a large venue, or perhaps even and outdoor venue, signage will be a must! Your guests want to know where everything is happening. Keep them in the loop with some gorgeous rustic wedding signage. Remember, your guests haven’t been stalking your dream wedding venue for the past 18 months. They wont know it like you do!

Ceremony Seating Signage

seating wedding signs

Image Source – Disney Weddings

You may want to keep with tradition and have your guests sit on particular sides at the ceremony. Or you may want them to mingle from the start. Let them know with a gorgeous wedding sign at the entrance of your ceremony venue.

Reserved Seat Signage

reserved seat wedding signs

Image source – Something Turquoise

Whilst you may not want to force people into particular seats at the ceremony, you want the first couple of rows to be filled with the people the mean that most to you. These cute reserved signs are perfectly necessary without looking imposing or making any distant relatives feel like their presence is inadequate. Even better – they are so easy to do yourself! If you click the link, it goes through to a DIY tutorial!

Order of Day Signage

order of day wedding signs

Image source – Whimsical Wonderland Weddings

When I got married I made ‘Order of Day’ cards for each individual chair. 99% of these were thrown away at the end of the ceremony. Save time, creative DIY planning and money by creating a wedding day time line. Perfect for letting your guests know how the day is going to flow. It can be as detailed as you like, and the different ways you can display this are endless. Keep an eye out for a DIY post coming VERY soon!

Page Boy/Flower Girl Cute Signs

page boy wedding signs

Image Source – Sincerely, Sunshine

Got a cute page boy or flower girl leading the procession down the aisle? Instead of giving them flowers or rings, let them have the responsibility in telling your groom and your guests you are on your way. Make it cute or funny, your guests will be blubbing way before you make your entrance.

Social Media Signs

social media wedding signs

Image Source – Nella Designs – Etsy

Whether you want your wedding to be ‘unplugged’ or want your day documented across social media, let your guests know. Creating a hashtag for Instagram is a great way for you to look up all the pictures your guests have taken in one place. Try to think of something creative and that links to your day. #thesmithswedding may find you sharing the same hashtag with 1 or 2 (or more like 100+) other couples.

Cute Love Quote Signs

love quote wedding signs

Image Source – Junebug Weddings

If your wedding venue is clean, crisp, modern, but plain at the same time, use wedding signs to help fill your venue with gorgeous items that match your theme. Cute love quotes or song lyrics on mirror, glass or chalkboard frames help set the scene. Go with things that mean something to you as a couple and sporadically place them throughout your venue.

Label Signs

label wedding signs

Image Source – Fab Mood

Whilst we all love our nearest and dearest, we all know that there is always one that may miss the point. Have a sweet table you want your guests to gorge on? Tell them. Want your guests to help themselves to confetti cones, blankets or flip flops? Tell them! This is where wedding signage takes centre stage. Label your stations in a gorgeous, creative way like this stunning confetti cone sign.

Quirky Signs

quirky wedding signs

Image Source – Brides

Whilst weddings are a serious game, you want to keep the mood light-hearted and fun. Display quirky and funny signs throughout your venue. Think funny toilet signs with you both as children or remind everyone no great party started with a salad…set the tone for what you want your guests to experience.

Chair Signs

chair wedding signs

Image Source – Tulle and Chantilly

Forget name cards. Chair signs are the way forward! If you cant afford to make (or buy) signs for every single chair, make sure you and that new hubby get special treatment.  A cute sign like the one above or go for something more relaxed and humorous like “I Do” & “I Do As I’m Told”.

Instructional Sign

instructional signage

Image Source – Wedding Party by Wedpics

Tell your guests what you want them to do! Stuff their face in cake? Tell them to go ahead! Get involved in the photo booth? Tell them! Make use of the gift baskets you’ve placed in the toilets? Tell them! If they don’t know, they won’t do it! You have spent that money and time making that element a big part of your day, encourage your guests to use it.

Thank You Sign

thank you wedding signs

Image Source – Family Attic – Etsy

Thank you cards are a really nice touch once the wedding is over and the wedding blues kick in (they are real!) Have another wedmin task to do once the big day is over and make sure you have the perfect image for your thank you cards. Create a gorgeous thank you sign to feature in your big day photographs. Card images sorted and much more personal than a general thank you card.

Featured Image Source – The Overwhelmed Bride

What wedding signs are you planning on having? We would love to hear your ideas! Leave us a comment, we really love hearing from our readers!