Signage is not only a beautiful detail to add your wedding day but a great way to let your guests know where to go and what to expect throughout your event. Here are some ideas to consider for your big day.
Let your guests know they’re at the right location, and welcome them to your day.
Order of events
A timeline of what will be happening throughout the day, so guests know exactly what to expect and when, so they don’t miss a thing.
Reserved seating chair signs for those special guests like parents & grandparents.
Whether you would like guests to sit on sides, or are free to sit wherever they like, let them know so they won’t have to ask.
Wanting an unplugged ceremony, so guests aren’t taking photos during the whole service? Let them know your wishes, so they can be fully present in the moment.
Display the proceedings of your ceremony in a program for each guest. This can be a simple card or even made into a fan for those warm summer days.
Share your personalised hashtag with guests, so you can easily find all of the wedding snaps after the day.
So your guests don’t get lost! You may wish to have signs pointing to the ceremony, reception, toilets, parking etc.
So your guests know which table & location they have been allocated to sit at. Display this near the entrance to your reception.
Cards & gifts
Let your guests know where to leave their cards or gifts, for the newlyweds.
Food & beverage
Menus for the bar or at the tables, sharing with guests the meals & beverages available throughout the night.
Have a special treat planned for the evening, like a dessert bar or a lolly buffet? Share with guests the “opening hours”, in most cases it’s an end of evening snack.
For any items you have available for the comfort of your guests. For example: sunscreen, blankets, repellant, parasols.
Whether it be a Photo Booth or guest book, draw your guests attention to anything you would like them to get involved in.
Don’t let your guests forget to take home a thank you gift. If your favours aren’t placed at your guests place at the table, they can easily be forgotten.