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10 Wedding Signs You Can DIY

From the practical to the just plain cute, these 10 DIY wedding signs are fun to make for the big day! Light It Up You just went to a friend’s wedding who had made a ton of DIY signs, but were any of them pink neon?  We didn’t think so.  This utterly unique DIY wedding […]
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Ring Bearer Signs

Ring bearers are pretty awesome.  These little guys (whether you trust them with your rings or not) help usher in the bride and even help a flower girl or two along the way.  Give them a sign that will charm your guests, because every ring bearer loves an adoring crowd! Modern couples may appreciate a […]
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Seating Chart Signs

We’ve gathered some of our favorite seating chart trends to inspire you to design a chart to fit not only your practical needs, but also one that will blend beautifully with the rest of your event! Chalkboard We love the cool style chalkboard details bring. However, unlike a welcome sign on a chalkboard, you are […]
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Wedding Welcome Signs in Chalkboard, Wood, & Glass

Often one of the first details your guests see, welcome signs greet your friends and family and give a tiny hint to your style. We’ve collected some of the most popular types of welcome signs, focusing primarily on chalkboard, wooden, and glass designs. From elegant to down-home rustic, these signs are the perfect way to […]
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Love Signs

Love Signs

gold leaf cursive love sign

There’s no better time than your wedding to share exactly how you are feeling. These “love” signs will leave no doubt in your guests’ minds just how smitten you two are with each other. Use these signs throughout your reception venue to add a touch of romance to match your own theme.

Above, this gold leaf love sign can go straight from above your welcome table to your breakfast nook. This on-trend decor detail will have everyone searching Etsy when they get home!

Having a vintage wedding?  Express your classic love in a literary way with this book page bunting (below) hung from twine with mini clothespins.

book page love sign hung from mini clothespins

This wooden sign would really incorporate into any theme because of its sleek and simple design (below).  You can use it later on your shelves as a sturdy bookend.

simple love sign made of walnut with aqua basered glitter love sign in bold letters

If you’re a fan of fun, modern weddings with surprising details, you will love these two loves signs. Above, channel Dorothy’s ruby red slippers on your cake table (I was going to say something cheesy about how there is “no place like home” like each other, but that’s just too much…even for me).  Below, Mylar balloons spell out the mood of the room with this fantastic, playful ceremony backdrop.

mylar balloons spelling out love at altar backdrophuge marquee love sign with bride and groom

The only thing better than marquee lighting is gigantic marquee lighting. Dazzle your friends and family with these signs.  If you don’t want to spell out “love” you can get the same effect with “xoxo”, as we are sure there will be no lack of hugs and kisses at your event.

large lighted xoxo sign hanging on brick wall in reception venuered heart marquee sign with lights

You can also say it with the most definitive symbol of love: the heart. This red lighted sign even makes a pretty good (albeit heavy) photo prop.  Below, these paper heart collages can be left plain or inscribed with messages as an alternative guest book. Frame it and place it over your mantle to remember all of the fun you had on your big day.

framed paper hearts print for welcome table

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Bride and Groom Chair Signs for Every Couple’s Style

Bride and Groom Chair Signs for Every Couple’s Style

We’re sure you’ve noticed, but wedding reception chair signs are kind of a thing right now. We knew they were a thing, we loved that they were a thing, but it wasn’t until we actually started looking for specific examples that we realized how much of a thing these signs are. They’re modern, they’re rustic, they’re super personal and kind of quirky. It was about this point in time that we also started debating whether or not we could make our own chair signs, you know, for every day life. Or the office. Either one works, as long as they’re as pretty as any of these. So whether you’re a do-it-yourselfer or all about elegance, scroll through for the wedding chair sign inspiration you need to personalize your day.

Yours and mine gold arrow chair signs

1. Yours & Mine: Can someone please point us to the DIY that builds you these signs? We love the Cupid’s arrow look and super punchy, playful style of these chair signs. (Photo by Lane Dittoe)

Chalkboard style Mr. and Mrs. chair signs

2. Chalkboard-Inspired Signs: Sweet and simple, these signs are great for elegant ballroom receptions. The calligraphy style and satin ribbon add a classic touch, too. (Photo by Two Maries)

Colorful bride and groom sign

3. Floral Wedding Signs: Those black and white striped linens are trying to steal the show, but what they really succeed at is setting up an awesome backdrop for these flower garlands and the Mr. and Mrs. chair signs that accompany them. Pretty all the way around. (Photo by Love, The Nelsons)

Rustic bride and groom chair signs

4. Rustic Burlap Signs: Wedding season wouldn’t be complete without a little bit of burlap — and these signs are just the right amount of rustic to do the job right. (Photo by Kelly Hornberger Photography)

Yellow bride and groom sign

5. Modern Wedding Sign: Although we can’t see the sign that completes this happy pair, we can imagine that it’s every bit as bright and cheerful as the “wife” one above. (Photo by Caroline & Evan Photography)

Mr. and Mrs. chair signs

6. Simple Slate: White paint, slate pieces and foraged-style greenery may just be our new favorite choice for your Mr. and Mrs. chair signs. They contrast beautifully with the dark wood chairs and clean white table linens. (Photo by Q Avenue Photo)

Simple Mr. and Mrs. chair signs

7. Wood and Eucalyptus: These wood and greenery chair signs are a lovely, simple and special touch for the happy couple’s chairs. (Photo by Jacqui Cole Photography)

stud muffin bride and groom wedding reception chair signs

8. Stud, Muffin: Who’s the stud and who’s the muffin is entirely up to you, but this fun take on a wedding chair sign (not to mention the cozy alternative to sweetheart table seating) is stealing our hearts. (Photo by Jodi Miller Photography)

unique bride and groom chair signs

9. Always & Forever: These chair signs are almost unbearably cute, but that’s kind of why we love them. (Photo by Chantal Lachance-Gibson)

Monochromatic Mr. and Mrs. chair signs

10. Monochromatic Colors: While these white chair signs blend in almost perfectly with the wedding’s neutral color palette, they stand out just enough to catch the eye without drawing too much attention. (Photo by Brklyn View Photography)

Modern wedding chair signs

11. Geometric Chair Signs: These signs are another option we think would be pretty DIY-able with a couple of squares of wood, some painters’ tape and bright paint. They lend a bold, modern touch to the look and feel of a wedding. (Photo by Jess Barfield Photography)

Song lyric wedding chair signs

12. Song Lyrics: Not sure which song we’re talking about? It’s the first one on this list (and possibly one of our all time favorite first dance songs). It also makes for a perfect pair of chair signs for the newlyweds. (Photo by Brittany Nicole Photography)

Ruffled paper wedding chair signs

13. Ruffled Runners: The handmade vs. sophisticated mix of details at work in these Mr. and Mrs. chair signs is more than a little bit wonderful. (Photo by Love Janet Photography)

Modern glitter letter wedding chair signs

14. Gold Glitter Wedding Sign: There’s a good chance that if we were sitting in this comfy looking loveseat with our own glammed-up wedding sign, we’d never actually hit the dance floor. Which isn’t why we think it’s a stunning wedding detail, but that’s beside the point. (Photo by One Love Photography)

Calligraphy bride and groom chair signs

15. Rustic Chic Signs: Calligraphy plus aged wood planks plus feathery pink peonies is pretty much always a recipe for pretty. This is decor we can’t help but heart. (Photo by Fabrice Tranzer)

Elegant white wedding chair signs

16. White Chair Banners: We’ll take these gorgeous reception chair banners as proof that BHLDN can basically do no wrong. Not that we’re obvious about our affection or anything. (Photo by Cameron Ingalls)

Handpainted bride and groom chair signs with greenery

17. Wreath Wedding Signs: When in doubt, choose greenery. Every bit as sophisticated as an elaborate floral arrangement, garlands like the ones here add a pop of color and set the stage for other chic details, like these hand-lettered chair signs for the newlyweds. (Photo by Tec Petaha Photo)

Gold glitter and teal Mr. and Mrs. chair sign

18. Gold & Teal: The colors in these signs feel happy and modern, the perfect combination for a contemporary couple’s big day. (Photo by Our Labor of Love)

Ombre Mr. and Mrs. chair signs

19. Handmade Ombre Banners: Here’s a bit of creative, ombre-inspired decor before we go, and this one is just about perfect for summery outdoor celebrations. (Photo by Zelo Photography)

Happily ever after bride and groom chair sign

20. Happily Ever After: Because that’s what you’re headed toward. And these non-traditional newlywed chair signs are the perfect way to announce it. (Photo by MEF Photo)

What do you think? Did any of these wedding chair signs strike your fancy? Let us know in the comments or on Facebook.

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