Budget-Friendly Ideas for Wedding Signs and Banners

Don't break the bank on your wedding decor. We've rounded up 23 easy and inexpensive ways to mark your special day.
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Welcome, Y'all

A simple wooden sign hung by the road is the perfect, easy way to let guests know they're in the right place for a sweet country wedding. 

Day Dreaming

If you love repurposing furniture, incorporate your passion into your wedding by recreating this shabby chic headboard sign.

No Ushers Needed

A cute display with DIY lettering is an excellent way to encourage guests to feel at home and sit wherever they like. 

What's Next?

A hand-written sign relaying the order of events lets guests in on the fun you have planned.

Chalk It Up

A chalkboard menu highlights the delicious dessert options at this charming Southern wedding.

Hashtag Happy

Don't forget to give guests an easy way to tag and share all their favorite moments of your big day. A wooden sign displaying your wedding hashtag should do the trick.

Country Affair

Make sure your guests don't miss a minute of the fun with a colorful chalkboard sign showing off the day's activities.

Opening Act

What's more country than burlap? Let the kids in on the fun with a delightful sign preceding the bride.

Sweets Signs

For an extra touch of whimsy, consider adding a fun "Just Married" banner above a decadent dessert table.  Download the instructions here.

Here to Party

You likely won't have time to single-handedly entertain every guest. Help them feel at home with a beautifully-printed sign, letting them know to help themselves and have a great time.

Mr. + Mrs.

Mark the seats of honor with this easy DIY tutorial for inexpensive, decorative chair ties. Get the step-by-step instructions.

Happy Couple

For a classicly elegant alternative, burlap chair swags look stunning with a simple cursive font. 

Drink Up

Give your wedding bar a custom look with a homemade wooden sign displaying the night's selection.

Name Game

For a very country-chic look, consider decorating your venue with upcycled materials. To make their gifts table pop, this smart couple incorporated their last name and wedding date by painting an old door. 

Something Sweet

A delicious selection of cake and pies on top of a pair of whiskey barrels only needs one more thing — an adorable handmade banner!

Country Roots

Stenciled letters on a beautiful leather suitcase create the perfect way to incorporate this charming Southern phrase.

Wood You Like a Drink?

Save money and impress your guests with cute drink markers made of wooden slabs with hand-written labels.

Everything in Its Place

A basic wooden sign is a sweet and simple way to show guests all the fun you have in store for them. 

A Blue "I Do"

It's easy to recreate this sweet design. Simply pick up wooden letters at your local craft store and add a coat of paint in your favorite hue.

Candy Buffet

Send everyone home with a bag of goodies by creating a colorful display table with a tasty mix of candies. A large chalkboard sign is a cute way to invite guests to indulge their sweet tooth.

Always Welcome

Any country gal knows, it's always important to make guests feel at home. Let them know you're happy they came with a hand-written welcome sign.

For the Road

Momma always said, "Never send your guests home empty handed." Make sure they know where to find their wedding favors with a clear and downright adorable sign.

Storybook Sayings

For a fairytale wedding that doesn't miss a detail, a wooden plank reading, "Happily Ever After," will definitely seal the deal.

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