Neon sign wedding decor trends are sparking conversations all over the wedding industry. You can order custom neon signs right from The Wedding Shoppe’s website – perfect for engagement parties, “Yes to the Dress” moments, bridal showers, weddings, receptions, and anniversaries. It’s never been easier to obtain popular neon signs for weddings, but how do you decide on a design that is uniquely you? We’ve got some tips on where to use neon signs in your wedding.
1. The Family Portrait
What kind of wedding would it be if you didn’t take pictures of both sides of the family? Parents, grandparents, cousins, and siblings alike will want to play major roles in one of your biggest memories. For neon sign wedding decor trends, putting the family names on the signs is one cool looking way to take those wedding photos.
Bonus points if you make a hyphenated sign and snap a picture of both families. You also want to make sure your photographer has a wide lens if you both have large families. You definitely wouldn’t want any of your loved ones getting cut out of such a big shot.
2. Lighted Pathway
Not all weddings happen inside of a church. More and more people are opting to host their weddings in unconventional venues to great success. However, new venues and locations come with a learning curve and your guests might need a little guidance.
One idea on where to use neon signs for your wedding is in the hallways. Save on both energy and atmospheric light pollution by using neon signs to direct your friends and family between the ceremony, the reception, and the restroom. These signs possess double the value because they work as both decor and as a system for organization.
3. Sweet Nothings
Imagine those sweet nothings you love to whisper to your partner being displayed on the backdrop of a dimly-lit ballroom. Maybe you want to use a romantic line from your favorite movie like “Forever. You and me. Everyday,” from The Notebook. Perhaps you want to use a line from a song that makes you dream of each other like “I’m Yours,” by Jason Mraz.
You may even have a little phrase that you like to say to each other in private that means the world to you, but doesn’t register with people outside of your relationship. Having that special statement glowing behind your sweetheart table at the reception or in the background of your first dance will bring happy tears to your eyes every time you reminisce.
We live in a social media world. Pets, food, and weddings are some of the most common kinds of pics on Instagram. You could really go for the trifecta by posting a pic of your dog eating wedding cake at your wedding reception. Honestly, that would probably get all the likes.
When you post that picture, do it with your own special wedding hashtag so your friends and family can locate all the beautiful photographs after the wedding easily on social media. If you want to really help them remember the hashtag, make sure to post it in all of its neon glory. Not only will your guests be able to find your photos, but they’ll be able to post their own as well. You could put the glowing hashtag in the backdrop of the photobooth and watch as the photos fill your feed.This is one of the neon sign wedding decor trends that is both pretty and useful.
5. Thank You Cards
One easy way to express your gratitude to your guests for their time, love, and wedding gifts, is to send them a post wedding thank you card. It may be hard to convey just how much they mean to you in words, but you can definitely do it in lights. Getting a glowing thank you sign to appear in your pics for family and friends will probably earn you a spot on a fridge or two. Each time they go into the kitchen to make dinner, they will see your smiling face on your big day.
There are even more popular neon signs for weddings ideas out there that can make your experience and your decor unique. Make sure you get your own neon sign that expresses who you are as a couple. Once you have decided on the look and theme of your wedding, book a bridal suite with us so our gown and accessory experts can put you in a dress that will surely shine as bright as those neon lights.