Wedding Wednesday – DIY Wedding Day Signs

Last week I shared on how I used vinyl records for a guest book. There was a sign on the table asking guests to ‘record’ their attendance.

DIY Wedding Signs Record Attendance - Mrs. Dessert Monster

I know, I am sooooo clever!

I made that sign, and a couple of others, for the wedding!

DIY Wedding Signs Instagram Hashtag- Mrs. Dessert Monster

One of my bridesmaids got me this really cool red & cream card stock with music written all over it. I couldn’t believe it when she showed it to me! This craft paper just screamed GINA’S WEDDING!

I knew right away I wanted to use it for wedding day signage.

So with my special paper & some of the card stock I had left from making my own invitations I made 3 sings: one for our ‘guest book’, one for our wedding hashtag, & one for the bar.

The day of the wedding I never made it to the bar.

We were absolutely spoiled. At our reception the waiters gave us the choice between serving ourselves at the buffet/bar or being served. It was great; I wouldn’t change a thing!

The closest I came to getting a picture of all my signs is this Instagram picture my friend, Caroline, posted. (You should check her blog out!)

DIY Wedding Day Signs - Mrs. Dessert Monster

She came in to town for the wedding a couple days early so we got to spend some quality time together finishing up last minute things!

EDIT: I was looking through our wedding video to grab a screenshot of our card box & I saw this!

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The finishing touch on these signs were some picture frame easels from Michael’s. The best part about those is I can now use them for other stuff around the house!


Same time next week?

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2 thoughts on “Wedding Wednesday – DIY Wedding Day Signs

  1. […] I’m glad I was able to grab this screenshot from our wedding video. Being that I only finished this 3 days before the wedding, I didn’t take any pictures of it. I love our wedding video! I highly recommend having a videographer at weddings. We almost didn’t, to save some money, but after seeing our video I am so glad all those moments were captured on film. I was also able to grab a screenshot of our bar sign! […]

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  2. […] to celebrate our milestone, I used some of the cardstock from our wedding signs (yes, I still have tons) to make him this card (pictured with mason jars & cake topper from the […]

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