Finding The Right Wedding Banner For Your Big Day

Let’s face it, there are lots of things that you need to check off your very long list before you step up to say ‘I Do’ on your big day, so anything that you can do to make getting your hands some some of the things you need, the better. For example, one thing that most couple’s need to get their hands on before they get married is a nice wedding banner that can be used for the reception or any other part of the wedding weekend (for instance, on the limo or getaway car after the wedding).

Getting a wedding banner might seem like something that’s easy to take care of, which might be true, but it’s also really easy to forget. So, if you’re in the market for one you might as well go ahead and buy it while you’re thinking about it. Anyways, when I was preparing to get married, anything that Stephanie and I could buy online and have mailed to us, the better. It was just one less thing that we needed to pack into our weekly schedule. So, if you’re looking to get a wedding banner so that you can mark it off your to-do list here are a few places where you can find them.

Personalized 60″ x 18″ Black and White ‘To Have and To Hold’ Wedding Banner

For under $15 you can get a durable and personalized wedding banner that can be used for all kinds of different things, such as greeting guests at your reception, directing people to the right location for your wedding and hanging on the car that you’re using to take you from your wedding to your reception. This banner has a standard written ‘To Have and to Hold’ message and allows you to add 15 characters of whatever you would like (example: Stacy and Steve). There are grommets that you can use to hang it any way you would like and it is made out of durable polyester so there’s no doubt that it can last through your wedding weekend.
[buy now on OrientalTrading.com]

Highly Personalized 27″ x 24″ Color Hanging Banner

This banner is a more expensive (around $40-$50), but is also in color and has a much more personalized look and feel to it. This would be a great wedding banner to hang on the front door of a church and the front door of the reception hall and with the ability to choose an accent color you can make sure it matches the rest of your wedding decorations. As far as the text personalization goes, you are able to choose up to 12 characters for each first name, 12 characters for a last name and a numerical date. This is definitely a nice and classy wedding banner that will make any wedding entrance look even more beautiful than it already is.
[buy now on UptownEnterprises.com]
20″ x 24″ Here Comes the Bride/Just Married Wedding Banner

If you’re looking for a more simple banner solution (and potentially one that can be reused), this might be the option for you. On one side of this banner it reads ‘Here Comes the Bride’ and on the other side it says ‘Just Married’. There are no personalization options, but this durable, fabric banner will still give you a clean and classy option for your wedding. Also, for only $20 this is also a great option for your flower girl to use as she makes her way down the aisle before the bride during the ceremony.
[buy now on WeddingAccessories.net]

Here Comes The Bride Color Wedding Banner

If you’re looking for a little more color and durability for your wedding banner, this option might be better for you. Made out of poly canvas and wood and measuring 27 inches wide by 24 inches tall this banner is one of the best that you can buy. At $50 it’s not the cheapest, but considering that it’s made to last and the fact that you can get ┬áit in 14 colors makes it stand out above the rest.
[buy now on Amazon.com]

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