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50 Clever Signs Your Wedding Guests Will Love

If you've spent any time on Pinterest lately, you've undoubtedly spotted plenty of signs — from sweet sayings to funny expressions to practical directions — that couples are using to personalize their wedding decorations. Here, we've rounded up some of our favorite ideas.

By: Kristen Klein

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  • Ceremony Seating

    Ceremony Seating

    Dividing your guests into the "bride's side" and the "groom's side" during the ceremony is no longer necessary. Create an inclusive feeling (and balance out an uneven guest list!) by inviting your friends and family members to sit wherever they choose. 

  • Ceremony Seating

    Ceremony Seating

    We love this twist on the popular saying for a same-sex wedding. 

  • Ceremony Décor

    Ceremony Décor

    Let a sign spell out how you really feel about your wedding day!

  • Ceremony Décor

    Ceremony Décor

    Decorate the top of your ceremony arch with a favorite quote. 

  • Ceremony Décor

    Ceremony Décor

    Mark the beginning of your lives as a married couple with a sweet sign over your ceremony exit.

  • Ceremony Programs

    Ceremony Programs

    Cut costs by displaying your ceremony's order of events and key players on a chalkboard rather than printing individual programs. 

  • Ceremony Programs

    Ceremony Programs

    This pun is perfect for a ceremony program that doubles as a fan. 

    Photo Credit: Brit Jaye Photography

  • Down the Aisle

    Down the Aisle

    The sign trend really started with flower girls and ring bearers carrying adorable phrases down the aisle. From the classic "here comes the bride" banner to signs that'll make your guests laugh, your options are endless. 

    Photo Credit: Meg Baisden Photography

  • Down the Aisle

    Down the Aisle

    Photo Credit: Happy Gatherings

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    Down the Aisle

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    Down the Aisle

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    Down the Aisle

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    Down the Aisle

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    Down the Aisle

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    Down the Aisle

    Photo Credit: PW Photography

  • Down the Aisle

    Down the Aisle

    Photo Credit: Kandid Weddings

  • Down the Aisle

    Down the Aisle

    Photo courtesy of Rural Bliss/Etsy

  • Welcome to the Wedding

    Welcome to the Wedding

    Welcoming guests to your celebration with a sign is a great way to put your personal stamp your big day. 

    Photo Credit: Eric Vest Photography

  • Welcome to the Wedding

    Welcome to the Wedding

    Point the way to your ceremony or reception with a cute (and functional!) directional sign.

  • Welcome to the Wedding

    Welcome to the Wedding

  • Reception Entrance

    Reception Entrance

    Connect the wording on your sign to your wedding's theme

    Photo courtesy of Salty Love Designs/Etsy

  • Reception Seating

    Reception Seating

    Hoping your wedding reception will turn into an unforgettable dance party? Nudge your guests toward the dance floor with this fun sign.

    Photo courtesy of Tantawan Bloom

  • Reception Seating

    Reception Seating

    Most guests expect to have assigned seats at a wedding; if you're not doing a seating plan, clue in your loved ones with a sign located where they'd usually look for the escort cards.

    Photo courtesy of AllMyGoodness/Etsy

  • Reception Seating

    Reception Seating

  • In Loving Memory

    In Loving Memory

    Honor your loved ones who can't be with you on your wedding day with this sign.

    Photo courtesy of PineNsign/Etsy

  • At the Bar

    At the Bar

    Encourage your guests to indulge in some adult beverages.

  • At the Bar

    At the Bar

    Place this gentle reminder at your bar.

    Photo courtesy of PartyGraphix/Etsy

  • At the Bar

    At the Bar

    Save money (and eliminate waste) by giving each guest a mason jar mug to refill throughout the night; clue them in to the plan with this rhyme.

    Photo courtesy of Burlap Blondie/Etsy

  • At the Bar

    At the Bar

    This line from Blake Shelton's "Honeybee" is perfect for dressing up your bar.

  • At the Bar

    At the Bar

    Because you should always trust what the alcohol tells you to do, right?!

    Photo courtesy of PinkTranquilitie/Etsy

  • Sweetheart Table

    Sweetheart Table

    Label the chairs at your sweetheart table with these sweet script signs.

  • Thank You

    Thank You

    Make sure to thank your guests for all of their love and support.

  • Guest Book

    Guest Book

    Draw attention to your guest book with a chalkboard sign propped up on an easel.

  • Instagram

    Instagram

    Creating a hashtag for your wedding? Your guests can't use it if they don't know what it is! Display a sign in a can't-miss-it location.

  • Dancing Shoes

    Dancing Shoes

    Save your guests' aching feet by providing comfy shoes to change into before hitting the dance floor.

    Photo Credit: Browne Photography

  • Dancing Shoes

    Dancing Shoes

  • Restrooms

    Restrooms

    You can even personalize the restroom signs! Place a funny picture of the bride on the ladies' room and the groom on the men's room.

    Photo Credit: Luminaire Foto

  • First Dance

    First Dance

    A fun touch: Have your attendants wave banners to signal the start of your first dance as a married couple.

    Photo Credit: Eric Vest Photography

  • Outdoor Necessities

    Outdoor Necessities

    Bug spray is essential for an outdoor wedding. Draw attention to the spray bottles with a large sign.

  • Photo Booth

    Photo Booth

    Get guests excited for your photo booth!

  • Dessert Displays

    Dessert Displays

    Decorate your dessert table with a quote involving the word "sweet."

  • Dessert Displays

    Dessert Displays

  • Dessert Displays

    Dessert Displays

  • Photo Ideas

    Photo Ideas

    Signs aren't just limited to wedding décor; they can also be used as fun props for your wedding photos.

    Photo Credit: Emma + Josh

  • Photo Ideas

    Photo Ideas

    Have each of your bridesmaids hold up a sign saying how you two met.

    Photo Credit: Vince and Carla

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    Photo Ideas

    Photo Credit: Trevor Dayley

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    Photo Ideas

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    Photo Ideas

    Photo Credit: Ryan Ray Photography

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    Photo Ideas

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    Photo Ideas

50 Clever Signs Your Wedding Guests Will Love

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