8 DIY Wedding Signs That Keep Your Guests In The Know

Wedding signs are friendly reminders to your guests about where they should be and what they should be doing. They can be conversational, informational or decorative, as long as the text is clear and the design complements your wedding style. Download one of the pretty templates below or follow the tutorials to make a rustic chalkboard or wooden sign. Keep your guests informed by making one of the easy DIY wedding signs below!

Printable Instagram Sign Template

Customize this pretty social media sign with your wedding hashtag and print in the color combo of your choice. Download the templates here.

Wedding Sign Paper Straw Easel

Prop up your Instagram sign and food labels with these clever easels made from paper straws. Select a color or patten that works with your style and use hot glue to create the tripod shape. Buy paper straws (like the ones in The Knot Shop!), then follow the instructions here.

Painted Chalkboard Wedding Sign

Paint a framed chalkboard in your wedding colors to point guests in the right direction and to let people know what’s for dinner and drinks. Use the tutorial here to learn how to do it.

Printable Guest Book Signs

Make sure your guests don’t miss the guest book by displaying one of these stylish signs. Fold over the card stock printable or use the paper straw easel above. Print the design of your choice here!

Etsy Printable Wedding Signs

Hand over the design to a professional by contacting an Etsy seller. Find a template you like in the size you need and the designer will create a layout customized with your information that you can then print out at home! (The chalkboard program and thank you signs above came from the Etsy shop The Munch.)

Printable Paper Wedding Sign

Send guests to the right place with this easy-to-make directional sign. Print out the arrows here then use washi tape to stick them to a wooden stake.

DIY Rope Script Wedding Sign

Make a sign that says anything you’d like using this clever method of stiffening rope with glue. Pose for a photo while holding “Thank You,” attach “Just Hitched,” to the back of the car or hang “Mr.” and “Mrs.” on the back of the bride and groom’s chairs. Use the how-to here to make one for yourself!

DIY Alphabet Wedding Sign

Use this decorative sign next to your bar or behind your wedding cake. Bring it home and reuse as sentimental wall decor! Follow the tutorial here to make it.

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Escort cards are extremely easy to personalize and an excellent way to bring in your wedding day colors -- from calligraphed seating cards set atop a textured linen to apples tagged with each guest's name or small personalized bundles of lavender tied off with string. Other ways to display escort cards: Pin them to a clothesline, post them on a board covered in color-coordinated ribbon, or incorporate them into your cocktail hour using personalized stirrers tagged with guests' names.
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