Handmade Signs

We love our DIY brides.  There’s nothing better than a bride who’s not afraid to get a little glitter and paint on her hands.  And as long as you don’t go overboard or get overwhelmed, DIY projects are a good way to add a little bit of you into your wedding.

So if you’re looking for inspiration to add a personal touch into your wedding you’ve come to the right place!  We’ve listed some of our favorite types of handmade signs to give you some ideas.

Back of the Chair

The Mr and Mrs

Instruct your wedding planner to have these signs placed on the back of your and your new husband’s chairs.  You can write Bride and Groom, Mr. and Mrs., or even Newlywed and Newlywed.  Bonus!  You can be sure that nobody will steal your chairs!

Directional Sign

Directional Sign

Insure nobody gets lost with a directional sign to be placed at the entrance to the wedding location if you are having the ceremony and reception at the same place.  This sign is perfect for a rustic wedding, or just those with easily confused relatives!


Seating Chart

A chalkboard seating chart adds a sophisticated feel to an outdoor wedding.  You can also write the dinner menu or leave it blank for guests to write well wishes.  Just make sure you’re photographer takes a picture before the end of the night!

Here Comes The Bride…

Here Comes The Bride

Rather than petals, have your flower girl carry this sign down the aisle.  Nobody will be able to contain their “Aww!” when they spot your cutest niece announcing your arrival.

Use these signs as your inspiration to figure out the perfect way you can incorporate handmade signs into your wedding!


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