Wedding Direction Signs
Ok, I’ll confess, I’m a bit of a sign snob. There is nothing that makes me cringe more than a makeshift wedding direction sign made from an old cardboard box and handwritten in Jiffy Marker. Oh, and let’s not forget the balloons that are always attached to them.
Now I understand directional signage is not high on the list of things to do for the wedding but it should not be forgotten. You want every detail of your special day to be exquisite and not look like an afterthought.
So let’s all just recycle those cardboard boxes and keep the Jiffy Markers in the pen holders. Instead, opt for a beautiful wood sign that can be staked into the ground such as this one from The Wooden Owl.
These birch signs are hand painted and can be customized to suit your wedding colors. The signs come with a pre-drilled three foot black stake.
These signs would be great to use after the wedding as a welcoming house plaque and would look fantastic in a garden or in the front yard. You can achieve this by removing the lower directional sign(s) and having the larger upper sign read: (The Groom’s Name) & (The Bride’s Name) Established (Wedding Date).
Mark & Laurie
Established August 15, 2009
2 Signs $15.00 USD
3 Signs $18.00 USD
4 Signs $21.00 USD
Oh, almost forgot! On your wedding day, avoid the temptation to attach balloons to your sign. If you want to drawing attention to the sign, ask the folks over at The Wooden Owl to pre-drill an extra set of holes in the stake, preferably at the top, that way you can affix a lovely tin vase filled with colorful flowers and greenery.
When using the sign at home you can change out the floral arrangements with the season.