I am doing a welcome sign, bar sign, memorial sign, guest book sign, donut sign and then using a pallet to make a big "timeline" of the night for guests because we are not having any kind of programs or anything.
You are going to get a lot of opinions on this one. Some people don't use any signs & some like me have signs for days & others are in between.
Our biggest signs are: the welcome sign outside & one inside, a booze & I do's sign by the cocktail bar & ceremony area, a photo booth sign and a wedding program sign.
The extra signs: two stake signs for parking (sounds weird but every time someone met me at the venue they asked where they were supposed to park as it's a Golf Club and the venue parking is all the way in the back), memory sign, guest book sign, cupcake flavor sign, dog treat sign (yes, we are SO those people), bubbles sign, 2x reserved signs (for the rows up front), a signature drink sign, and a bar sign (it reads something along the lines - today's drinks are free, tomorrow's stories are priceless).
I bought signs for the memorial table and one to remind our guests that the ceremony will be tech free. We're making signs for the guest book, favors, card and gift table, and one for the signature drink. We already had these cute, small chalkboard signs for the hors d'oeuvres that will be placed so I have extras I can use for most of these.
I had a sign for "cards and gifts", an "in lieu of favors" sign, "in memory of" sign for passed loved ones, a sign for the place cards (since mine doubled as a guest book alternative), and a sign at the church asking guests to note use their phones.
The sign for the church I bought on Etsy and had printed at Staples. I bought a frame at Walmart for it and propped it on an easel.
All of the other signs I made using a "templett" purchased from Etsy. They're completely editable so you can change anything on it. I liked being able to make them myself because I could keep the font and general format the same so that they all looked good together. I had these signs printed on card stock at Staples and then put them in assorted frames.
Cards & giftsIn lieu of favorsPlace cards/guest book alternative