Mr. and Mrs. Wedding Signs to Show Off Your Newlywed Status
There are so many ways to incorporate signage into your big day, from displaying your favorite quotes to giving guests directions to different event spaces. Another idea we love? Celebrating your status as newlyweds with Mr. and Mrs. signs (or a variation of the popular option that best suits your relationship). Not only can these types of décor pieces serve a purpose—designating your reception chairs, for example—but they're also just plain fun and a cute way to honor your new titles. For inspiration, look no further than our roundup of pretty and creative Mr. and Mrs. wedding signs.
Let's start with chair decorations, shall we? This couple's matching chalkboard signs helped their head table seats stand out. Similar signs also work for sweetheart tables and can come in all sorts of colors, shapes, and materials. We're big fans of rustic wooden signs, for example, as well as modern lucite ones. But the Mr. and Mrs. sign possibilities don't end there. Instead of attaching your titles to your seats, try hanging them above them or placing them on the table instead. Or, go beyond reception table décor and incorporate the signs into other aspects of your celebration. Ahead, you'll see everything from giant light-up signs lining dance floors to prop-style signs for couples to pose with.
If you plan to change your title after tying the knot, you'll probably want to use it right away. Here, we've offered up some adorable and unique ways to do so. Congrats on the name change!
Photo Booth Signs
The best photo booths are always stocked with props. This one, set up by Rowell Photography, featured Mrs. and Mrs. signs for the two brides.
For a rustic celebration, try wooden signs affixed to the couple's reception chairs.
Instead of two signs, connect your titles—that's one less décor piece to worry about! This one came from Etsy and spanned the back of the couple's sweetheart chair.
These grooms opted for a small card that read "Mr. & Mr." instead of a classic sign. The Mood Event décor accent was both adorable and creative.
You can't go wrong with elegant chair signs, like these gold, cursive ones.
Love the look of lights? Here's an alternative to neon signs: giant marquee letters spelling out your two titles.
This couple's Flourish Calligraphy banner that read "Mr. + Mrs." was beautiful and classy.
Contemporary brides and grooms are also obsessed with acrylic, which is what these stylish Mrs. and Mrs. were made from.
We love the playful look of pennants spelling out Mr. and Mrs. These ones were calligraphed by My Fair Letters.
You don't need to make your sign out of anything fancy—paper works just fine! These sophisticated examples said "Monsieur" and "Madame."
We're big fans of how his couple suspended their glittery titles above their sweetheart table.
Dance Floor Signs
We really like when couples get creative with where they put their signs. These Cornerstone Theatre marquee letters were placed beside the dance floor.
Tie your Mr. and Mrs. signs into the rest of your theme. Yuling Designs designed these paper ones with stars for a celestial event.
This couple chose to embrace "wedding white" with their Z Create Design signs, which were tied with twine to their chairs.
Embrace your heritage like this Chilean groom did by commissioning signs that said "Señor" and "Señora."
Let your titles shine by displaying them in something shiny, similar to these gold décor accents.
Don't be afraid to incorporate bright shades—especially if they tie in with the rest of your wedding's palette. These DIY colorblocked signs featured vibrant orange.
We love the delicate, airy look of these fabric Mrs. and Mr. signs.