Wedding Signs You Need At Your Wedding
When planning your wedding decoration, one of the last things that comes to mind is wedding signage. However, wedding signs are one of the first things your guests see when they arrive, and although they seem like a small detail, they play a key role in your wedding.
From greeting guests to indicating where to place their gifts, to introducing their signature drinks, plates can be used for almost anything–literally. If you’re not sure what to include and what to skip, you’re in luck. Because we narrow down the must-haves and share some of our favorites so you can get inspired.
What signs of marriage do you need
Welcome signs do exactly what you have titled-welcome your guests! They help you know you’re in the right place and save your planner the trouble of assuring everyone who walks in that they’re where they’re supposed to be. They usually include your name, the date of the wedding, and sometimes the place.
Guestbooks serve as a scrapbook that you can look back on over the years. It is important to have signs so that your guests can find and sign your guestbook. After all, arguing with hundreds of guests can be very difficult.
Signage is one of the easiest ways to spruce up your ceremony space. Share your wedding timeline, tell your guests if you have an unplugged ceremony, add your favorite love quotes or poems, and more. The world of wedding signs is your oyster.
If you are holding your wedding in a large room, you may want to consider a sign that gives instructions to your guests. This is especially true if your ceremony and reception take place in two different locations.
Boards with beams
Bar signs are extremely important if you want to have an open bar or a bar with money. You want your guests to know what drinks are available (for example, Plonk, spirits, beer, etc.). If you know you are going to be serving Cocktails, plates are the best way to present the name of the cocktail and the ingredients.
Plan of the seats
Seating plans are another extremely important addition to your wedding decoration. You want your guests to know which table they are sitting at and who they are going to sit with.
After all, you want a sign of your favors. You don’t want your guests to leave without their treats. Placing a small sign next to your thank you gifts will help attract attention and let them know what they are going to hand out.