12 Wedding Ceremony Seating Sign Ideas

Wedding Ceremony Seating Sign Ideas

Seating your loved ones on different sides of the aisle may be tradition, but many couples want a more relaxed feel for their wedding ceremony that celebrates what the day is all about – the coming together of two families. A ceremony seating sign is a simple way to share this sentiment with your guests. Here are 12 creative ideas for what to say!

Wedding ceremony seating sign - "Choose a seat, not a side, we're all family once the knot is tied!" | Melanie Bennett Photography via Rustic Folk Weddings

“Choose a seat, not a side. We’re all family once the knot is tied!”

“Today, two families become one. We ask that you choose a seat rather than a side.”

“Pick a seat either side, you’re loved by both the groom and bride.”

“Please sit wherever your heart desires.”

Wedding ceremony seating sign - "Be you a friend of bride or friend of groom, please sit together, there's plenty of room!" | Amanda McKinnon Photography via Style Me Pretty

“Family and friends of the bride and groom. Please sit together, there’s plenty of room!”

“She said “Yes!” now they say “I Do”, please pick any seat, we’re now one family, not two.”

“Pick a seat either side, either way it’s for a bride!”

“The best things in life are meant to be shared. Please sit where you like as these grooms are paired!”

Wedding ceremony seating sign - "Pick a seat either side, you're loved by both the groom and bride." | Marissa Kay Photography via Borrowed & Blue

“As they vow to be together, we invite you to sit wherever.”

“As two families will become one in just a short while, we ask that you take a seat either side of the aisle.”

“Feeling ties to the groom and bride? There’s really no pressure to decide. Please choose a seat rather than a side.”

“Grab a drink and find a spot, we’ll be out soon to tie the knot!”

Wedding ceremony seating sign - "The best things in life are meant to be shared - please pick a seat, not a side." | Braden Harris Photography via Style Me Pretty

(1) Melanie Bennett Photography via Rustic Folk Weddings | (2) Amanda McKinnon Photography via Style Me Pretty | (3) Marissa Kay Photography via Borrowed & Blue | (4) Braden Harris Photography via Style Me Pretty

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