30 + Wedding Ceremony Signs
Looking for wedding ceremony sign ideas?We have pulled together our all time favourite wedding ceremony signs. Browse over 30 different signs for wedding ceremonies, if you're looking for wedding ceremony signs this should help you with ideas.
If you are inspired by our wedding ceremony signs ideas in this post you may like to browse our collection of wedding ceremony decorations available in our shop.Keep things simple, write wedding and an arrow in white paint onto a piece of wood and hang from a tree to direct guests (image source) For a barn or farm wedding get creative, if you have a rustic barrel lying around use it for a wedding sign (image source) If you're having page boys or ring bearers, ask them to carry a here comes the bride sign down the aisle. They'll feel really important if they have a job to do on the wedding day. (image source) For large directional signs hammer wooden planks onto wooden poles to create a rustic wedding sign. You can personalise the sign with your names and date as well as the different areas at your wedding using white paint. (image source) Or keep it simple and buy a ready made sign directing the guests to the wedding. (buy online) For a bit of personalisation but keeping it easy to do buy these blackboard directional signs and write on them in chalk (buy online) The ceremony will be the first event at your wedding, if you have a wedding hashtag make sure guests are aware of it as early on in the day as possible so they can start sharing their photos with you. (image source) A prsonalised sign with your names and wedding date always looks lovely and can be kept as a keepsake after the wedding. (image source) We really do love these wooden directional signs, if you have anyone creative in your family ask them early on in the planning if they can help you make one of these.(image source) Wondering where everyone should sit for your wedding ceremony? These days many people are opting for a relaxed seating plan asking guests to sit wherever they choose rather than on the bride or groom's side. This chalkboard print is a fab way of displaying this (buy online) Or similarly you could just hand write this message on a blackboard. (image source) Another wooden sign is one of our favourites, this ceremony sign reads 'happily ever after starts here'. (image source) Or just for directions to the ceremony this black and white 'this way to the I do's sign' works perfectly. (buy online) You could use chalkboard arrow signs staked in the ground to direct guests to the ceremony too. (image source) Next up are a few of our favourite 'here comes the bride signs' we couldn't pick our absolute favourites so thought we would post them all. This chalkboard sign is available to buy (buy online) A simple flag saying hooray is another lovely touch for young page boys and flower girls to wave as they walk down the aisle (image source) Or flags reading here comes the bride can be waved by flower girls as they walk down the aisle (image source) If you're not having children walk down the aisle, perhaps you have a pet that would love to? (image source) If you are having a couple of flower girls why not make a sign from hessian they can both hold as they walk down the aisle. (image source) Or give them a sign each. (image source) Or let one hold a sign as the other the wedding rings. (image source) Another wooden directional sign that we love (image source) Or for a bit of fun ask someone to hold up a 'time to drink champagne and dance on the table sign. (buy online) Behind the bride and groom you could hang bunting reading Just Married, we love this hessian bunting. (image source) another way of asking your guests to sit wherever they choose, write 'friends of the bride, friends of the groom, please sit together there's plenty of room' on a wooden plaque. (image source) Love the choice of words for this sign, This way to the "I do's" and the kiss. (image source) A welcome sign is a lovely touch. (image source) We like the blackboard one to (image source) Hang large statement signs from trees for an outdoor wedding. (image source) Let guests know it's your wedding by writing your names on a wooden plaque. (image source) Or your initials (image source) And a few more wooden signs to finish off with (image source) (image source) (image source)