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If you’d like to set aside a special row of chairs (or even just an individual seat) for a family or friend at your wedding, a reserved sign is the easiest way to do it! When bride-to-be Katie wrote us about her ceremony, we swooped in to help. She writes,
“Hi Emmaline! I’m in need of reserved signs for my wedding ceremony. I don’t want guests to sit at the front two rows because we have large immediate families. Do you have a suggestion for a stylish wedding reserved sign we can use for our ceremony? Thank you!”
Hi Katie! Great question! There are many options for reserved signs on the web or in-store, but for one suggestion… we’ve been eyeing these gorgeous signs from The Ritzy Rose for some time now! They’re handmade, custom-made to suit your wedding, and they’re as stylish as a reserved wedding sign could possibly be! ;)
Let’s take a look!
Reserved Wedding Sign
This reserved sign for your ceremony can be placed on a chair or the side of a church pew.
Here’s a set of reserved signs we thought you’d like best, as they’re designed for one side for the bride’s family and the other for the groom’s family.
Other general signs are available, like any of these (in your choice of color combinations!) My favorite is the classic black-and-white:
I know this isn’t your original question, but if someone’s looking for a “reserved in loving memory of” sign, they also offer those, too. A reserved sign is a sweet way to honor lost loved ones at your wedding.
To find out more, visit TheRitzyRose.com! You’ll find resreved signs for weddings, custom signs for the ring bearer or flower girl to carry, banners, and so much more. Plus, Jen and Jason are so awesome to work with (and they are Featured Artists at EB!) Tell them Emmaline Bride sent you! :) Shop here.
Thanks for your email, Katie, and we hope this helps you plan your ceremony!