Lynnie
WeddingWire Admin October 2016 North Carolina

Signs as Decor: In or Out?

Lynnie, on 18/February/2019 at 10:34 Posted in Wedding reception

Signs can be helpful, signs can be cute - but at what point do we hit "over-signage"? Are you still all about wedding signs as part of your decor, or are you all signed out?

What's your take on the signs as decor trend? In or out?


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  • Kassandra
    Frequent user May 2020 Alberta
    Kassandra ·
    Directional signs for outside are the only signs we're having. It's a small venue so anything inside will be pretty self explanatory lol
  • Donna Yeung
    Devoted August 2018 British Columbia
    Donna Yeung ·

    We just had a welcome sign at the entrance and also included our wedding hashtag

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  • Cherry
    Devoted August 2019 Quebec
    Cherry ·

    Out. Except only for 1 sign telling the guests that the ceremony is at the back of the hall in a park across the street.

  • Maegan
    Frequent user May 2020 Ontario
    Maegan ·
    In. I have yet to be at a wedding where they had signs that weren't needed.
  • Vinod
    Master August 2017 Ontario
    Vinod ·

    Out! Signs aren't useful as it does take up space and need a strong pole to stay on. A project that will need some time of the day required.

  • Leah
    VIP April 2019 British Columbia
    Leah ·

    In my 20's I wanted to have a directional sign and include a board that said "this way to the lake", so that when folks got on my nerves I could tell them to follow the directions to the lake and go jump in it...smh..luckily I've matured, and will not be doing that.

    I think fresh, crisp, minimal signage can still be in though.

  • Diana
    Curious October 2020 Ontario
    Diana ·
    I think it’s out. I mean, it’s good to have some signage but I wouldn’t say it’s decor.
  • Michelle
    Expert April 2019 Alberta
    Michelle ·

    Out- I will have some signage but not a ton. People can figure it out it's not hard!

  • Kelsie
    Super July 2020 Ontario
    Kelsie ·
    I’m not really into signage, we won’t be having any at our wedding. So for me, it’s out.
  • Stephanie
    VIP May 2019 Ontario
    Stephanie ·

    We will have a few! But not so many directional signs like the sample image... I can see that being better used in a space where people are doing the ceremony and reception together and need more direction.

  • Gina
    Super April 2019 Alberta
    Gina ·
    In. Doesn’t bother me how many signs someone has at their wedding lol
  • Amelia
    Devoted September 2020 Ontario
    Amelia ·

    In in moderation. And as long as the handwriting/calligraphy is well done. DIY attempts that fall short of the mark but go up anyway make me cringe.

  • Bianca
    Featured August 2019 Ontario
    Bianca ·

    In, so long as they're tastefully done.

  • Valérie
    VIP September 2019 Quebec
    Valérie ·

    50/50 - Some people overdo it. Guests don't need a sign for everything.

    That being said, I do like the "essential signs" (Seating chart, table numbers, guestbook/gift table, in memoriam), as well as the "unplugged wedding" signs.

  • Stephanie
    Master July 2018 Alberta
    Stephanie ·

    In if it’s in moderation. Some signs are needed but some are barely noticed

  • Robyn
    Featured June 2019 Ontario
    Robyn ·

    As long as they're not chalkboard signs, I like them.

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