Trend Alert: 7 Neon Signs to Illuminate Your Reception

Trend Alert: 7 Neon Signs to Illuminate Your Reception

From a mesmerizing lehenga to pretty decor – we’re all looking for ways to make our wedding unique. We want all our functions to be different and be a memorable experience for our loved ones.


To do this, some couples have a destination wedding while others have a theme wedding. But today, we would like to introduce you to a trend that will quickly pick up – neon signs!


Who doesn’t love wedding signs – especially if they are neon? There are endless ways that you can add a quirky twist to your wedding decor with a neon sign. Here are some tips and ideas on how you can illuminate your wedding:


1. A cute prop for your photobooth


Image Source: Pinterest


2. Keep it rustic


Image Source: Rebecca Wilkie Weddings


3. Sometimes, the initials are enough


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4. Brighten up your reception


Image Source: The Little Hire Company


5. Keep it minimal


Image Source: Neon Collective


6. Announce your love


Image Source: This will be forever


7. Celebrate your new beginning


Image Source: Pinterest


Also, here are some tips to keep in mind while creating a neon sign for your wedding:


1. Express your love


Image Source: Pinterest


2. Make your wedding hashtag the neon sign


Image Source: Jessica OH


3. Set it up on the dance floor


Image Source: White Fox Studios


So, are you going to have a neon sign at your wedding? Tell us in the comments below!

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