Customized signs are a fun way to add a bit of whimsy and creativity to a wedding.
A rustic wooden sign points guests in the right direction for the wedding ceremony and celebration.
A chalkboard hand-lettered by artist Amy Heitman invited guests to Laissez les bons temps rouler!
A wooden "Just Married" sign adorns the couple's getaway motorcycle.
The bride's father owns a sign company, Westwind Sign, which made these whimsical markers.
A custom paper banner is a fun way to denote the bride and groom's table at the reception.
The bride's father drove the couple from the reception in his 1965 Shelby Cobra.
This hand-lettered chalkboard menu plays with different typography styles.
Mr. and Mrs. signs hang on the backs of the bride and groom's chairs at the reception.
This cocktail hour menu featuring Calligraphy by Carrie was inspired by light, farmers' market fare.
For a decorative flourish, write menu and drink choices on framed chalkboards.
White tricycles kept younger guests entertained at this wedding.
This bridal party waved floral fabric flags and carried a burlap sign painted with the couple's initials as they walked to the reception.
This gift table sign, bought on Etsy, now hangs in the couple's house as a reminder of their wedding day.