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2024 Wedding Signage Trends

Signs can be hugely helpful at a wedding. They can direct guests to the right spot, they can welcome everyone to the ceremony, they can announce the menu at the reception, and so much more. In short, wedding signs are important because they can answer guest questions before they have to ask.

But a sign isn’t just a sign. Choosing the right sign can have a huge impact on the mood and ambiance at both your ceremony and your reception.

The question is, which kinds of signs do you want to have at your wedding?

Here are a handful of our favorite wedding signage trends that will not only serve a purpose at your wedding, they will also become a treasured wedding day keepsake.

Acrylic Alcohol Menu Wedding Sign Hanging Above a Flower Arrangement: Hello May

Hanging Wedding Signs

Hanging floral arrangements have been popular for a few years, but they aren’t the only thing you can hang from the ceiling to create a dramatic effect. You can hang your signs too!

Hanging wedding signs are especially effective above common areas, like the bar at a wedding reception. If you’re having an outdoor wedding and plan to have your ceremony among the trees, signs can also be hung from the branches. If you can’t hang your sign from a tree or the ceiling, you can hang your sign from a frame instead. Use fishing line for an invisible look or ribbon for a more whimsical feel.

Wedding Reception Table With Neon Signs Hanging on the Wall: Green Wedding Shoes

Neon Wedding Signs

Brides and grooms have really been loving neon wedding signs, and for good reason! They are an absolutely stunning choice when it comes to a wedding sign for a reception, creating a fun and funky mood that’s sure to get the party started. Because you can customize them with different colors, fonts, and messages, they are a great wedding keepsake. Hang one as a photo booth backdrop or behind the head table. Then, hang it up in your home when your wedding is over.

Hand-Painted Sign With an Acrylic Overlay: Rock My Wedding

Painted Wedding Signage
Sometimes it isn’t necessarily about what the sign is made of. Instead, it’s what the sign looks like, and there isn’t a more stunning look for a wedding sign than one that is hand painted.

That includes hand-painted lettering, but we think painted backgrounds are especially stunning. Classic choices like painted flowers are lovely, but don’t think you’re relegated to florals. Geometric designs are perfect for industrial weddings, while textured designs are beautiful at a gallery wedding. If you’re DIYing your signs and you’re worried about your painting skills, stick with abstract designs in your wedding colors for a more professional look.

Mirror Wedding Sign Surrounded By White Flowers and Candles: Sistered States

Mirrored Wedding Signs

Mirrors are among our favorite wedding signage trends because there are so many ways to do it! For example, thrifted mirrors with stunning antique frames are perfect for English garden and fairytale weddings, while simple wall mirrors in different shapes can be hung at a boho wedding. If you’re planning a black-tie affair, create a sign out of a single mirrored sheet, then surround it with candles and upscale florals.

Flower Box Wedding Sign With Names and Wedding Date: Kim Hymes Photography

Flower Box Wedding Signs

One of the newest trends on our list is the flower box wedding sign. These signs are extremely easy to set up because they have an A-frame construction that makes it easy to place them almost anywhere.

A built-in flower box is what makes them so unique. Most often used as a wedding sign for the ceremony, they usually feature a personalized message of welcome on the top with the name of the bride and groom, as well as the wedding date, on the bottom. Then, the box is filled with florals that match your wedding-day décor.

If you're looking for something even more unique, look for a polaroid-style box, or place the sign on an acrylic easel.

Fabric Wedding Sign With Pooled Fabric on the Floor: Junebug Weddings

Fabric Wedding Signage

A fabric wedding display sign can be as elaborate or as simple as you want, and it can be customized depending on your wedding day vibe. That’s why it’s one of our favorite wedding signage trends!

For example, if you want to keep things classy, attach the fabric to an A-frame stand and let the fabric pool on the ground. For a less formal look, try a raw cotton sign or cut up a bedsheet and fray the edges. You can also order a flag-style sign or a banner that can be hung on a wall, on the front of the head table, or as a backdrop.

Leather Sign Written With the Ingredients in the Signature Wedding Cocktail: Sofia Loves Letters

Leather Signs

If you’re looking for wedding signage ideas that are unlike any you’ve seen before, look no further than leather signs.

At a ranch or rustic wedding, we love the look of organically-shaped swatches of leather that can be printed with quotes, the name of the bride and groom, or even the cocktail menu. If you want a more polished look, use rectangular-shaped banners. They are an especially good choice for couples who are looking for wedding day details that have a more masculine look.

Wedding Seating Chart Written on Rolls of Parchment Paper: Brides

Parchment Rolls

Parchment rolls aren’t just for your favorite deli. They make great wedding day signage too!

Parchment roll wedding signs are an especially good choice for informative signs, or signs that have to contain a lot of information. For example, they can be written with seating chart details, or they can list all of the ingredients and courses that will be served at dinner.

Parchment rolls are inherently rustic, but they don’t have to be. Have a poem or story written on a long length of parchment that unrolls to the floor for a more romantic feel at a library or archival-style wedding venue.

Framed Wedding Ceremony Sign Decorated With Flowers: Merritt Gallery

Framed Wedding Signs

If you’re searching for wedding sign ideas that are easy to DIY, look no further than framed wedding signs. Because old frames in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and styles can easily be found at your local thrift store, this is an affordable option too.

Framed mirrors are easy to come by, but you can frame paper signs too. Framed wedding signs are an especially good idea if you need informative or directional signs. Parking, bathroom, and reception signs with arrows can be customized for your wedding and framed for an upscale look. If you worry that acrylic signs are a bit overdone, you can make this trend fresh and new by placing your acrylic signs in unique frames.

A-Frame Chalk Board Wedding Sign With Timeline of Events: The Knot

Chalkboard Signage

Chalkboards are among the most popular wedding signage trends because they’re easy to create. With chalkboard paint, nearly anything can become a chalkboard sign!

The font and how it’s displayed will make a big difference in how it appears. For example, a casual font on an A-frame chalkboard is perfect for a barn or pub wedding. If you’re looking for something a bit more elegant, try a framed chalkboard that features a fancy script.

Want to have a little bit more fun with your chalkboard sign? Try using colored chalk!

Acrylic Pedestal Filled With Flowers and Printed With the Name of the Bride and Groom: Martha Stewart

Encased Flower Signs
Nothing looks more chic than flower arrangements encased in acrylic pedestal stands, but you can take them to a whole other level when you use them as signs too. Rub-on letters can easily be transferred to create a unique message, or you can have them painted. They look especially stunning at the end of the ceremony aisle or at the entrance to your reception space.

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