With the increasing popularity of wedding blogs and the advent of Pinterest, it’s easier than ever for brides to find fun wedding ideas. As every bride is lovely and unique in her own way, it’s only expected that she would want her wedding to stand out from the rest as well. Depending on what theme a beautiful bride decides, from traditional to country chic, there are countless ways to add touches of individuality to this special event. One creative and effective way to do this is in the wedding signage.
From the treats table to the walk down the aisle, there are many areas to implement these seemingly small details that, at the end of the day, truly make a wedding unique.
We dug through all of the wedding signage captured by our SnapKnot photographers in 2012, and came up with what we believe to be the most fun and creative. Take a look at what we have! (Warning: Be prepared for a strong desire to hit the nearest craft store.)
“Javila and Stevo’s wedding, located just outside the gates to Mt. Rainier National Park in Washington State, was down a long country highway, so they needed highly visible signage to catch the attention of road-weary eyes.”
– Scott of Wallflower Photography
“This wedding had so many beautiful details and this sign hanging on a bike outside the door of the ceremony location added to their vintage feel”
– Meghan of Meghan Elizabeth Photography
Above left: “This couple had a fabulous country chic wedding in the back yard of the bride’s parents, right next to their pond. It was a beautiful day. The lighting was great, the leaves were beautiful, and there were so many awesome details. The only thing was, it was 40 degrees, but the bridal party did and awesome job channeling visions of laying on a sunny beach. You would never know from the photos how cold they were. They rocked! This sign was just one of the may DIY details this bride incorporated into her fabulous wedding.”
Above right: “This image is from Becca and Kade’s outdoor fall wedding.They went with a mix of rustic and modern for their wedding which fit their styles perfectly.
This here is a sign that directed friends and family to the hilltop where the nuptials were taking place.”
“Katie married her best friend this summer, and I just love their story…high school sweethearts who, after many years and 4 adorable children, found their way back to one another to be married in a romantic ceremony surrounded by their closest family and friends. Of course their children were a big part of the ceremony, and Katie’s kids carried this hand-made sign down the aisle in front of their mom.”
Courtney Bowlden Photography, Wallflower Photography, Meghan Elizabeth Photography, Erika Brown Photography, Kristina Lynn Photography & Design, Vanessa Joy Photography, and Kristen Jane Photography all contributed wedding signage photos for this post.