If first impressions are everything, why not begin your wedding with a detail that sets the scene for the rest of the celebration? Your wedding welcome sign is the perfect moment to showcase the style of your big day, so don’t shy away from getting extra creative.
To keep the event feel cohesive, you’ll want your wedding welcome sign to echo motifs featured elsewhere in your overall design scheme. Repeat fonts, colors, and floral choices found on your invitations and other major décor moments for a planner-approved look.
Beyond that directive, though, the sky is seriously the limit when it comes to what to display. For further inspiration, we rounded up a whole roster of stylish wedding welcome sign ideas for you to peruse. Whether you opt for an acrylic wedding welcome sign, a DIY wedding welcome sign, or a banner featuring a favorite song lyric or quote, rest assured that as long as you stay true to you, the style will perfectly vibe with your celebration.
Nothing sets the scene for a tropical beach wedding like a palm tree! We love the way this neutral wedding sign plays into the colors of its sandy surrounds, and the strategically placed disco balls amplify the party atmosphere.
Clear and Simple
Acrylic details are still trending hot for modern weddings! The key is to use them sparingly and to keep the design simple in order to highlight the clear material. This all-white acrylic wedding welcome sign receives top marks across the board.
Nothing starts a party quite like a glass of champagne! Place a festive display of bubbles next to your reception welcome sign and let the good times roll.
Terrazzo makes the perfect style statement for a retro-inspired wedding. Add in arrangements peppered with burnt orange blooms and you’ve got the perfect look for a fall wedding.
A Clear Decision
Acrylic and lucite details make for a striking addition to any wedding. We love the way this simple welcome sign is really just a gateway to the colorful floral arrangement placed underneath.
For the couple that values clear communication and the guests who like to know when it’s all happening, there’s the wedding welcome sign that also includes a schedule of events. For a romantic vibe, choose a fabric banner and accent with pillar candles.
A Simple Plan
While its edges may curve, the message on this funky orange welcome sign gets straight to the point.
Your wedding welcome sign is the perfect opportunity to share important details about your ceremony. If you’re looking to have an unplugged ceremony, be sure to explain your request in a prominent way.
A summer camp wedding welcome sign pretty much requires a happy campers reference, don’t you think? For an extra jolt of good cheer, add in mountain and forest details in a pop of bright green.
Clean and Simple
Pro tip: A sidewalk sign with interchangeable letters is an easy way to DIY a wedding welcome sign without spending a whole lot of extra cash. Include a simple but heartfelt message to your guests to add a jolt of warmth to the otherwise spare design.
This "Finally" wedding welcome sign is powerfully romantic. And when one word says all you need, a simple lucite backdrop is where you want to say it.
Follow Your Arrow
Follow the direction of this fire engine red welcome party sign and use yours to point the way to the most important areas of your party.
Your wedding marks the start of your life together and the beginning of your joint monogram. Twirl those letters together however your heart desires!
A New Frame of Mind
Set upon a dark wood easel, the gilded frame on this "Welcome to Our Forever" sign creates a romantic first impression for a vintage-inspired wedding.
Pressed blooms are a beautiful bit of flower power to add to the entrance of a boho wedding. To further emphasize a casual, carefree vibe, sit your sign directly on the ground.
Laser-cut lettering gives this classic gold and white wedding welcome sign a bit more oomph, while the acrylic easel helps it appear as though it’s floating in the air.
Pretty in Pink
Your wedding welcome sign definitely doesn’t have to be oversized! Place standard paper-sized welcome signs atop cocktail tables for a similar effect. The tone-on-tone design of this dusty rose number is especially pretty.
Your welcome sign is the perfect place to show some love for your guests! This beachy design begins with a cheeky compliment for attendees.
The best part about black wedding décor is that it can veer classic or modern, depending on how you style it. This punny wedding welcome sign fits into both categories, and the candle details are no-brainer accents.
This formal wedding welcome sign has a rich texture that pairs well with the silver lettering and intricate detailing on the mahogany easel. All-in-all, the look is serving sumptuous, Regency-style vibes perfect for a castle wedding.
The super-creative welcome moment at Hannah Hart’s California nuptials resembled a retro road sign. The design is especially fitting for a multi-day destination wedding when guests are fully immersed in a new place.
A Banner Moment
While the mustard yellow hue of this wedding welcome sign could have easily stolen the show, the fabric material brings a softness to the design that helps it better blend in with the surrounding greenery.
In Your Dreams
Personalize your welcome sign with a chosen lyric from a romantic wedding song. The moment will feel even more special if you place the sign at the beginning of your aisle and play the song during your processional.