Custom signage is a huge wedding trend right now and one we should pay attention to. A lot of event venues out there are massive and empty—leaving a lot of space for you and your wedding planner to fill up. I say take this opportunity to transform the room into a welcoming experience for your guests by including fun and innovative custom signs. Most wedding invitation designers also offer custom day-of wedding signage. We will work with your one-of-a-kind wedding theme and venue to create eye-catching and informative signs.
CUSTOM WELCOME SIGNS
This is a chance to say hello to your guests when you physically cannot. At most weddings the happy couple doesn’t even start the meet and greet with their guests until an hour into the wedding—maybe more! Find your voice here, and make an impact welcoming your favorite people when they walk in the door.
CUSTOM SEATING CHARTS
Construct unconventional decor that will most definitely go viral. Some wedding signage gets overlooked or ignored, seating charts do not. Every single guest will experience what you’ve created here because they need to find their seat! Skip the boring seating chart sign on the easel and do something that fits your wedding style and theme.
CUSTOM BAR MENUS
Unless you are having a dry wedding (shriek at the thought!) you need a bar menu. Are you doing a signature cocktail? Is it beer and wine only? Whether you like it or not, the food and drinks served are the most important part of the day for your guests. They will be visiting the bar multiple times throughout your event so make this signage bold and readable.
CUSTOM DINNER MENUS
By far, this is the best customized item to order from your stationery designer. Most wedding invitations do not go into detail about the food selections so exhibiting a full menu at your reception is a very considerate touch. Having a buffet style backyard bbq wedding? Get just a few menus printed, then display them around the buffet and reception tables. Having a formal 3-course dinner? Request the detailed meal descriptions from your caterer and position individual menus on each place setting.
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