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My Welcome Signs can be provided Single Sided S/S or Double Sided D/S printing with Table Plan or Order of the Day on the reverse.

Size: A2 (420mm x 594mm)
Wedding Welcome Sign S/S - Price: £60.00
Wedding Table Plan S/S - Price: £70.00
Wedding Welcome Sign D/S with either Table Plan or Order of the Day on reverse - Price: £85.00

Size: A1 (594mm x 841mm)
Wedding Welcome Sign S/S - Price £80.00
Wedding Table Plan S/S - Price: £90.00
Wedding Welcome Sign D/S with either Table Plan or Order of the Day on reverse - Price: £115.00

frequently asked questions

Do you need a wedding welcome sign?

A wedding welcome sign can be a lovely addition to your special day. It’s not only a practical piece that guides your guests to the ceremony or reception location, but it also adds a touch of personal flair to your wedding decor.

How big are wedding welcome signs?

Emma’s wedding welcome signs come in A1 and A2 sizes (an A4 piece of paper is a smaller, similar measurement, to help you understand).

How to make a welcome sign for wedding?

Making your own welcome wedding sign is a brilliant way to add a personal touch to your special day, and it’s not as difficult as it might seem!

1. Choose Your Style

2. Pick Your Material

3. Gather Your Supplies

4. Design Your Sign

Or, contact Emma for professional wedding welcome signs.

Do you put surnames on wedding table plan?

Whether to include surnames on wedding table plans depends largely on the formality of your wedding, the size of your guest list, and if there are guests with the same first name.

Do you put top table on wedding seating plan?

Yes, it’s a good idea to include the top table on your wedding table plan. The top table is a focal point of the reception, and showing its placement on the plan helps guests understand the layout of the room and where key members of the wedding party will be seated.

How to do a wedding table plan?

Creating a table plans for weddings can seem like a daunting task, but with some organisation and thought, it can be a relatively smooth process. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you get started:

1. Finalise Your Guest List

2. Decide on Your Table Shapes and Sizes

3. Understand Your Venue Layout

4. Start with the Top Table

5. Group Your Guests

6. Use Tools to Make It Easier

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