How To Wow Your Wedding Guests


YOUR WEDDING DAY is a memory that you’ll cherish forever, and you want your guests too as well!

There are lots of small steps that you can take to make your big day memorable for you and your wedding guests, and we’re here to help you do just that. After all, it really is the little touches that make the biggest difference.



Make your wedding guests feel welcome before they arrive by guiding them to the destination with these directional arrow signs.
Designed to look like road signs, these will fit in perfectly with your guests journey to the venue. You can pick any colour for the plaque, meaning that you can match them to the theme of your wedding day too!

wedding arrow directional sign

Little Saviours

It’s little touches that matter and lets wedding guests know that they’ve really been thought about.
If it looks like a chance of rain, have umbrellas on standby. When dancing feet start to hurt, flip-flops will be a lifesaver!
Tissues for tears, blankets for bitter winds and toiletries for touch-ups – these are all small gestures that your guests are sure not to forget.


Having a dedicated play area is a wonderful way to keep children entertained (especially during those speeches!).
If the weather is looking promising, lawn games such as hopscotch or giant Jenga would be great fun for the kids. But not to worry if you need to be indoors, board games and crafts would be just as enjoyable.

mr and mrs wooden hanging wedding sign


Platforms such as Instagram are such a huge part of people’s every day lives now. Therefore you should expect to see some snaps from your wedding day online. So why not keep it organised and create a hashtag for your special day? Then all the posts people create will be in one place to scroll through whenever you please.
This rustic wooden sign is a perfect way to let your guests know what your wedding hashtag is. Not to mention that it’ll add to your wedding decor as well!



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