Four Signs You Need For Your Wedding Day
Who doesn’t love a beautiful crafted sign? We’re signage obsessed here at First Impression Wedding Design and love how they can bring together your wedding styling beautifully. Use the same font as your wedding stationery and/or name tags, tie in your colour scheme and the final result will be cohesive, gorgeous and super stylish.
Wedding signs add a personal touch to your wedding, welcoming your guests to your big day, directing them to the events of your ceremony and reception, sharing your wedding menu and drink offerings, and – most importantly – adding your voice and your personalities to the day.
For more ideas we love, read on…
Welcome To Our Wedding Sign
Having a sign to welcome guests and direct them where to go is a lovely way to greet them as they arrive. Not only does it set the tone for the day, but if you use the same colour scheme and font as your stationery, then it helps to make your whole wedding day look really cohesive.
Order of the Day Sign
Guests like to know what they will be doing all day, an having an order of the day sign helps them to know where to be and when. Just let them know the key timings – such as the ceremony, food, speeches and when the party will draw to a close.
A Wedding Hash Tag Sign
The best and most candid wedding photos are often those quickly snapped by guests with their smartphones. Those snapshots will give you a look at your big day that official wedding photographers simply can’t capture. It’s more up-close and personal. We’re not saying ditch your wedding photographer, but consider putting the pics your guests are already taking anyway to good use. One way to do this is to use a hashtag to collect all the social media photos and posts from your wedding in one place.
A wedding hashtag also allows people to connect via the hashtag, react to each other’s posts, get to know each other and meet new people. But first, you will have to let people know about the hashtag and get them to use it enthusiastically.
We combined a couple's hashtag with an alternative photo booth sign in the photo below, encouraging guests to take photographs while having further fun.
Table Plan Sign
If you’re allocating seating at your wedding, then you definitely need a table plan to show people where to sit. No matter how clear you think it is, people will always get confused, so try to place it in the same room as your tables and so it clearly replicates the way the tables are laid out.