DIY Wednesday: Fresh Floral Place Cards
Posted by Kate. Filed under DIY Wednesday, Do It Yourself

By: Chelsea Fuss

These pretty floral creations are not only perfect for place cards, but also for escort cards, favors, or table numbers! We were inspired to create them as floral favors for a girly bridal shower featuring pastel hues and sweet spring blossoms. Make them your own by designing them in your own colors and style!

You will need:

Popsicle sticks or plant markers

Acrylic Paint

White paint pen ( it’s important to use a paint pen, the normal kind won’t work)

Foam paint brush



Step One. Paint the popsicle sticks in a combination of colors that look good together (or match to the flowers).

Step Two. Wait for them to dry (should take only about 5 or 10 minutes)

Step Three. Using the paint pen, write names or table numbers on them.

Step Four. Gather little floral bouquets with each wooden nametag and tie with string before placing in vases.

These are so inexpensive. It was about $5 total for lots of popsicle sticks and a tube of paint, which went really far. They add such a fresh and pretty flair to a wedding event.


Photos and Project Styling by Chelsea Fuss

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  • Maggie @ Best Wedding Destinations

    I love the place cards. What’s nice about them is that you can use any color to match your wedding colors.

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  • Photographer Durango CO

    Very cute idea!

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  • Louise

    really simple to make but so effective. A great idea

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