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Love at First Sign! {Welcome Wedding Signs}


Love at First Sign! {Welcome Wedding Signs}

Welcome signs – they will be the first thing your guests see as they enter the doors or travel along the driveway to your stunning venue. Done right, a welcome sign will set the scene for your guests, it will give them a little glimpse into what the day might entail and what style you have decided for your wedding.

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Nothing beats a warm, cheery hello to make your guests smile and feel welcome. If you think the word ‘welcome’ is missing something fun, there are plenty of ways you can jazz up your welcome sign message. Rhyming sentences are always going to make your guests laugh, as well as being very memorable. Something like “Welcome, grab a drink, find a spot, we’ll be out soon to tie the knot!”

When it comes to designing your welcome sign, take into account your overall styling and theme for your big day. Your guests will be getting a feel for your wedding from the welcome sign, even before they have arrived at your venue. Have a think about what flowers you’ll have in your bouquet, what colours you will be using and what props you’ll have. Decorate your welcome sign with your chosen flowers, or perhaps paint your welcome sign in your wedding colours. However you choose to do it, tie your welcome sign into the rest of the day!

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With rustic and vintage being a wedding style favoured by many brides, signs are often made from wood, chalk boards and old up-cycled items from houses such as frames, doors and windows. Signs can be made out of anything, which gives you a lot of room to play with different materials and objects.

Many wedding suppliers can make welcome signs that are unique to you and your wedding. Often wedding suppliers who specialise in stationary, or styling also offer sign making. If you chose a supplier to make your wedding invitations, they might be able to make your welcome sign in the same style.

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If you are a bride who likes to think outside the box, why not make your welcome sign out of something unusual like a bike? For example, have a vintage bike with a basket on the front propped up against the entrance of your venue. Decorate it with flowers and a welcome sign made out of bunting draped over the bike’s frame.

We hope this blog was inspiring, welcome signs aren’t the biggest to-do on your wedding day list, but they are so simple and such a wonderful thing to welcome your guests to your wedding.

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