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wedding wraps and photos

Canvas Gallery Wraps

PRODUCT DETAILS

  • Available on 1.5″ museum quality wooden stretcher frame.
  • Printed on archival canvas using UV rated solvent inks
  • Free hanging accessory kit included
PROCESSING TIME
  • 5 Business Days.

Sizes
8" x 10"
11" x 14"
12" x 16"
12" x 18"
16" x 20"
18" x 24"
24" x 36"
32" x 48"
Price
$57.50
$60
$62.50
$65
$70
$75
$95
$145
Wedding Sign

Wedding Photos

 PRODUCT DETAILS
  • Mounted to 3/16″ foam board
 PROCESSING TIME
  • 5 Business Days.  

Sizes
16" x 20"
20" x 30"
24" x 36"
Price
$30
$50
$65

Wedding Wraps and Photos

Are you planning your wedding and wondering how to add a personal touch to your big day? Look no further than wedding signs! Whether you want to direct your guests, share a special message, or add some charm to your decor, wedding signs are a great way to express your unique style and create a memorable experience for you and your guests. In this article, we’ll explore the different types of wedding signs and how to incorporate them into your wedding day.

Types of Wedding Signs

Welcome Signs

Greet your guests with a warm welcome sign at the entrance to your wedding venue. A welcome sign is a great way to set the tone for your wedding and let your guests know they’re in the right place. You can choose a classic chalkboard design or a more modern acrylic or wooden sign. Consider adding some personal touches like your names, wedding date, or a favorite quote.

Directional Signs

Help your guests find their way with directional signs. Whether you’re guiding them to the ceremony, reception, or the bathroom, directional signs are a practical and stylish addition to your wedding decor. Use arrows, calligraphy, or even photos to make your signs stand out and add to the overall aesthetic of your wedding.

Seating Signs

Designate the seating arrangement with stylish seating signs. Whether you opt for traditional table numbers or unique names like favorite travel destinations or song titles, seating signs are a fun way to showcase your personality and make your guests feel special. You can use a variety of materials like wood, acrylic, or even vintage frames to add a touch of charm to your wedding tables.

Ceremony Signs

Add some personality to your wedding ceremony with custom ceremony signs. Whether you’re sharing your love story, your favorite quotes, or your ceremony program, ceremony signs are a great way to engage your guests and make your ceremony unique. You can choose from a variety of designs like chalkboards, acrylic, or wooden signs to match your wedding style.

Photo Booth Signs

Make your photo booth stand out with fun and quirky photo booth signs. Whether you want to encourage your guests to strike a pose or capture their favorite memories from your wedding day, photo booth signs are a great way to get creative and add some fun to your wedding photos. You can opt for traditional chalkboard designs or personalized props to match your wedding theme.

How to Incorporate Wedding Signs into Your Big Day

Now that you know the different types of wedding signs, it’s time to start incorporating them into your wedding day. Here are some tips to help you get started:

Plan Ahead

Make sure to plan your wedding signs ahead of time. Decide on the type of signs you want to use, the design, and the wording. This will give you time to shop around for materials, find a calligrapher or graphic designer, and ensure that everything is ready to go on your wedding day.

Keep it Consistent

When designing your wedding signs, make sure to keep the style and color scheme consistent with the rest of your wedding decor. This will help create a cohesive look and tie everything together.

Personalize Your Signs

Add a personal touch to your wedding signs by incorporating your names, wedding date, or favorite quotes. This will make your wedding signs unique and special to you.

Get Creative

Don’t be afraid to get creative with your wedding signs. Use unique materials like vintage frames, mirrors, or even plexiglass to create a one-of-a-kind look.

Use Them as Decor

Wedding signs can also double as decor. Use them to add some charm to your wedding tables or hang them on a wall to create a focal point in your wedding venue.

Wedding signs are a great way to add a personal touch to your big day and create a memorable experience for you and your guests. By incorporating different types of wedding signs like welcome signs, directional signs, seating signs, ceremony signs, and photo booth signs, you can showcase your unique style and make your wedding day even more special.

Remember to plan ahead, keep it consistent with your wedding decor, personalize your signs, get creative, and use them as decor to make the most of your wedding signs. With these tips in mind, you can create beautiful and meaningful wedding signs that will make your big day unforgettable.

FAQs

  1. How far in advance should I plan my wedding signs? We recommend planning your wedding signs at least 3-4 months in advance to ensure that you have enough time to design, order materials, and find a calligrapher or graphic designer if necessary.
  2. How do I decide on the design and wording for my wedding signs? Consider your wedding style and personal preferences when deciding on the design and wording for your wedding signs. You can also draw inspiration from wedding blogs, Pinterest, or other wedding sources.
  3. Can I make my own wedding signs? Yes, you can make your own wedding signs with a little creativity and some DIY skills. You can find a variety of materials and tutorials online or at your local craft store.
  4. How many wedding signs do I need? The number of wedding signs you need depends on the size and layout of your wedding venue. As a general rule, you should have at least one welcome sign, directional signs to guide guests to the ceremony and reception areas, seating signs for each table, and any additional signs for decor or special messages.
  5. Can I use wedding signs for other events like engagement parties or bridal showers? Yes, wedding signs can be used for other events like engagement parties, bridal showers, or even your rehearsal dinner. They’re a versatile and stylish addition to any wedding-related event.