On the Day Stationery & Signage

Your invites have been sent and the RSVP’s are flooding in from your friends and family, all excited to celebrate your wedding day with you. So you think you can tick ‘stationery’ off your to do list? Not quite. Wedding stationery and signage still has a very important part to play on the day. Amie from For Keeps would like to share some tips and tricks with you to get the most out of these finishing touches.

Photo credit: Luis Holden Photography

Let’s start with the most obvious – the wedding breakfast stationery.

Photo credit: Camilla Andrea Photography

Once you know your final guest list, it is time to start planning the seating arrangements. The table plan will tell your guests which table number/name they will be sat at. They can also be designed in such a way that the plan acts as a map of the room set up. You will then need the table numbers or names clearly displayed on each table with place names on the individual settings if needed.

SAVING: If you would like to include menus on the table, it is not always necessary to order one per person. I advise my guests to consider two per table.

TIP: Choose place names that can double up as a keepsake for your guests. This eliminates any requirement for wedding favours and reduces the amount of items on the table.

Welcome Signs

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Welcome Signs are hugely popular and can make a wonderful keepsake to be displayed in your home after the wedding. The day itself will be busy and the time just flies! Help your guests navigate the day with an Order of Events board and directional signs where needed.

TIP: Ask your wedding co-ordinator or a member of your wedding party to move the Welcome sign and Order of Events sign around the venue.  Your Welcome sign and Order of the Day would work well at the entrance as your guests arrive for the ceremony. Once the ‘I do’s’ have been said, the welcome sign can be moved to the entrance of the drinks reception or wedding breakfast. The order of the day in the bar area or a busy area within the venue making sure evening guests will see it also.

The personal touch

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Smaller signage is a wonderful way to add personality into the decor. There are many smaller pieces that can get forgotten and a little sign can make all the difference. Cake menus if having a range of flavours, guest books signs, bar menu, special cocktail board, memory pieces and so much more!

TIP: If you would like your signage to be created from different materials and in different designs, consider keeping the lettering or font style consistent to tie everything in. Finally personalised banners and statement pieces of signage are a great way to add more fun decor. Plus they can act as brilliant backdrops for your guests photo snaps! Share your ideas with your stationer or sign writer and see what you can come up with together.

Thank you to Amie from For Keeps for writing this guest blog for us. To find out more about what they offer, take a look at their website here 

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