21 "Just Married" Sign and Banner Ideas
When you got engaged, sharing the news was probably part of the thrill (cue the engagement-ring selfie, photo shoot, and party!). It's the same situation when you finally tie the knot. After tons of time spent planning and anticipating the big day, broadcasting your new status will feel so good. That's why so many couples choose to decorate with "just married" signs, or other items that make it clear that they're now officially spouses. If you're hoping to celebrate your union that way too, look no further than these ideas.
There's nothing like the classic "just married" sign, which gets affixed to your getaway car. Often, this comes in the form of a banner like this gold one from Nana Party Simplified. Your exit vehicle isn't the only place on which you can reveal that you're newlyweds, though. Another popular option is to use wedding reception signs, like "Mr. and Mrs." chair signs, or table signs displaying your shared last name. Some pairs get even more creative, turning to something like fashion to spread the word! Really, there are countless possibilities, as the following examples go to show. Additionally, you aren't limited to the words "just married"—the ideas ahead feature different phrasings, too.
To really see what's out there in terms of inspiration, click through this gallery. In the mix are signs made of wood, decorated with elegant calligraphy, and even a few personalized with details about the couple. Best of all, many of these ideas would be easy to DIY. From rustic to elegant and cute to creative, you're bound to find something that sparks your interest.
Laser-cut signs are ever popular, and not just for topping your cake. Stick a "just married" one (like this Better Off Wed option) on your head table in lieu of a table number to celebrate the occasion.
Affix your "just married" sign to your mode of transportation using ribbon—the end result will look pretty and sweet. The Louise Press calligraphed this one.
This couple's venue, Ulusaba, supplied them with a painted burlap banner. The style fit right in with their safari-themed celebration.
For a casual reception exit, consider riding off into the sunset on a bike instead of a car. A simple "just married" sign will make the mode of transportation feel extra special.
Let everyone know that you're now a spouse with a jacket (or another clothing item) that displays your new title, like this leather outwear.
Calligraphed paper is easy to obtain and just as pretty as other alternatives. This "just married" version was courtesy of Luxe Paris.
These two posed for portraits with a Flourish Calligraphy banner displaying "Mr. + Mrs." and their newly-shared last name.
How festive was this couple's "just married" banner, which led guests in a wedding parade? Sarah Park Events planned the affair.
For an edgy exit, try a motorcycle and sidecar. A "just married" sign will be the icing on the cake.
Letter Board Sign
A last-name letter board like this will leave its mark long after the big day. Display it on a desk or shelf at home to remember the occasion for years to come.
Pennant letters spelling out "just married" in metallic letters decorated this getaway car.
Another chic way to wear your new status? An accessory similar to this Kate Spade clutch! You can carry it at your reception, and then later on your honeymoon.
Deck out your getaway car with an easily-removable sticker for a temporary nod to your nuptials.
If you're throwing an intimate or surprise celebration, share the news with a cool sign like this Clink and Kiss one—a record with "we eloped" written on it.
Direct guests to different portions of your event with a "we do" ceremony sign and a "we did" reception sign, which also signals your status change. These ones appeared at The Forest Barn.
Embrace the tradition of tying cans to your getaway vehicle with an accompanying "just married" sign.
This couple went for a rustic look with their fun "getting hitched" sign. The wooden board was held up using a tractor plow.
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