20 Surprising Neon Signs for Weddings to Lighten Up The Reception
The right neon sign can be the perfect accent to an already beautiful space or bring its unique beauty to the wedding. Plus, neon is one of those things that never go out of style—it’s always going to be cool!
If you’re considering the use of neon signage in a wedding reception, here are 20 cool ones that will have the guests talking.
1. Add a Touch of Glamour to a Photobooth
2. Customize Your Wordings or Fave Quotes
3. Add the Couples Initials or Simply Mr & Mrs
4. Say "Cheers!"
5. Display the Stunning View
Why not illuminate the reception area with a neon sign given the breathtaking outdoor view? The broad outside vistas are highlighted by the neon sign, which also captures the chic elegance of this exclusive wedding location.
6. Use Your Hashtag
The best wedding hashtags are a couple’s unique way of marking their journey and of telling the story of the wedding itself. Using a hashtag you create, you help guests find the photographs they took during your big day—and encourage them to share those images with others.
7. Light Up the Entrance
Consider installing neon signage at any entrances that don’t have lights. You can hang the lights above the door or set them on each side of it. Make sure they aren’t too low if you decide to hang them over the door so that people won’t run into their heads as they enter.
8. Incorporate the Wedding Date
9. A Heart Neon Sign For The Loveliest Couple
The heart shape neon sign is a great way to show off the love while enjoying the light, which will make the reception glow with a warm, romantic ambiance.
10. Love Quotes Neon Lights
11. Say Thank You with Neon Sign
A neon sign is the ideal method to express your gratitude for all of the love and support your family and friends have shown you. It’s a great concept for a wedding reception. Make sure that the wording shows your individuality and flair by using original phrasing. The more personal the message is, the more meaningful it will be for your guests!
12. Custom Bride To Be Neon Sign
This custom bride to be neon sign will do just that. You can personalized with your choice of colors and text, making it truly unique for your special day.
13. Just Married Neon Sign to Light up the Special Day
They are an easy and cost-effective way to draw attention to your wedding and make it memorable. You can choose colors, shapes, and designs to match your wedding or venue. These signs also tell guests that you have just gotten married!
14. Engaged Neon Sign
15. Couple's Neon Last Name Sign
Add some neon’s to your wedding and make it super fun! Neon Last Name Sign can be personalized with any name you choose. Perfect for adding that extra touch of color to any space, they’re also perfect for photo ops and pretty much anything else you can think of.
16. Create a Candlelit Glow
If you want to create the perfect ambiance for your reception, incorporate candles & neon lights! You can use large, pillar candles or smaller votives. Just make sure you have enough for everyone to see, as well as a safety precaution in place in case of any accidental fires.
17. Illuminate the Floral Arrangement with Neon Sign
Neon sign lighting can be used to highlight the floral arrangement and create a stunning visual effect that will have your guests talking all night long.
18. Dance Floor with Neon Signs
As the dance floor will serve as the focal point of your reception, it seems sense that you would want to ensure that it looks its best. A simple answer? Bright signs!
They’ll give the event a dash of contemporary and incorporate some of the hip aesthetics you’re searching for in your wedding decor. These can even be used as a photo backdrop!
19. Dessert Table with Neon Sign
Turn your dessert table into a neon-lit wonderland with this adorable sign. It’s the perfect addition to a wedding reception, and it will make all your guests feel like they’re in a candy shop.
20. Fairytale Lines Neon Sign
Make the most of your love story by having a neon sign made up of fairy tale lines, such as ‘Once upon a time…’ and ‘Happily ever after.’