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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff

    Get into the holiday spirit with these cinnamon snowflake DIY escort cards. They’re super easy to make and smell great too. Here’s how to make your own.

    Materials:

    cinnamon sticks glue dots (or hot glue) evergreen tree trimmings knife cardstock scissors pencil or pen

    How To:

    1. Start by cutting a cinnamon stick in half, lengthwise, then width wise. So you are left with four smaller pieces.

    2. Add a glue dot to the center of one of the four cut pieces of cinnamon stick. Turn the stick vertically.

    3. Then place another stick onto of the previous stick, horizontally. Add another glue dot to the center of the top stick. 

    4. Then place a third stick onto the stack, at a diagonal.

    5. Repeat the glueing process with the last stick, filling in the last diagonal area.

    6. Make these snowflakes in various size and widths, then add small tree trimmings to the back of each snowflake with glue dots.

    7. Next, cut a long skinny piece of paper and write the name of each guest and their table number on the strip before attaching to the snowflake, with one last glue dot.

    Add the finished snowflakes to the escort table for a festive and fragrant touch to your big day.

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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff

    Treat your guests to a delicious before-dinner snack — that almost looks to pretty to eat — with these stacked message macaron place cards.

    Materials:

    macarons rubber alphabet stamps glue dots transparent mini envelopes card stock pencil or pen edible ink marker bamboo skewers

    How To:

    Note: Before you get started, make sure your stamps are brand new or completely clean of any ink from previous uses. 
    1. First, decide on a message that you would like each place card to say, whether it’s just a message of love, a monogram, wedding date, etc. Then ink your first stamp letter, by running the edible ink marker over the letter thoroughly.

    2. Next, turn the stamp over and stamp directly onto the first macaron.

    3. Repeat the inking process from step one and step two until the word or message is complete.

    4. Set macarons aside and cut out small pieces of card stock that will fit inside the tiny translucent envelopes. Write each guests name on the card stock before tucking it into the envelope. Fill the envelope with a little bit of glitter if desired. Or write a message on the back of each piece of card stock to each guest.

    5. Next, using glue dots, attach the envelopes to bamboo skewers, making sure the pointy end is facing downward (away from the envelope).

    6. Then, pierce a small stack of finished macarons with the bamboo skewer and add to place setting.

    This would be a great escort card idea as well. And guests are sure to love the delicious treat before the reception starts.

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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff   Make your wedding escort cards even more special with these fresh flower wreaths that display guest's names and table numbers. They smell great, look good hanging or displayed flat on a table, and double as a small favor for guests to take home. Want to make your own?        Supplies: Floral Tape Velvet Ribbon Scissors Wire Clippers Vine Wrapped Craft Wire Fresh Flowers - Solidago, Phlox, Limonium-Caspia How-To:     1. Cut a piece of wire that is roughly nine inches long (this may vary depending on how large you want each wreath to be).     2. Bend the wire into a circle and twist the side around the circle you've created, to make it strong and secure.       3. Attach a few flowers to the circle at a time, using floral tape, and then stacking the next round of flowers on top of the tape from the last. Repeat this process until the circle is completely covered with flowers, and you cannot see any of the floral tape.     4. Cut a piece of ribbon for the top of the wreath. This can be used solely for decoration or as a way to hang each wreath on a wall or board.     5. Lastly, print table numbers and guest's names out onto card stock. Cut and attach to each wreath.  
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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff   Make your wedding escort cards even more special with these fresh flower wreaths that display guest's names and table numbers. They smell great, look good hanging or displayed flat on a table, and double as a small favor for guests to take home. Want to make your own?        Supplies: Floral Tape Velvet Ribbon Scissors Wire Clippers Vine Wrapped Craft Wire Fresh Flowers - Solidago, Phlox, Limonium-Caspia How-To:     1. Cut a piece of wire that is roughly nine inches long (this may vary depending on how large you want each wreath to be).     2. Bend the wire into a circle and twist the side around the circle you've created, to make it strong and secure.       3. Attach a few flowers to the circle at a time, using floral tape, and then stacking the next round of flowers on top of the tape from the last. Repeat this process until the circle is completely covered with flowers, and you cannot see any of the floral tape.     4. Cut a piece of ribbon for the top of the wreath. This can be used solely for decoration or as a way to hang each wreath on a wall or board.     5. Lastly, print table numbers and guest's names out onto card stock. Cut and attach to each wreath.  
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  • Project and Photos by Erica O'Brien

    Create these sweet-as-sugar table numbers in a few easy steps!

    What You’ll Need: 

    Ruler Fondant in color of your choice pizza wheel 5 x 7 paper embossing folder (Erica OBrien used an Anna Griffin by Cuttlebug  design) Number cutters Cornstarch (to prevent sticking) Sugar cookie recipe of your choice Fondant smoother Exacto knife Food-use only paintbrush Small rolling pin Water

    How To:

    Roll out sugar cookie dough to about 1/4" thick. Use ruler and pizza wheel to cut into 4” x 6” rectangle. Repeat as many times as needed. 

    Lay cut rectangles on baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Refrigerate 15 minutes or until firm.

    Using number cutters, carefully cut out table numbers as needed. Refrigerate again until firm, about 15 minutes.

    Bake until lightly browned. Allow to cool.

    Roll fondant thin, about 1/8” thick, into about a 5” x 7” rectangle. Be sure to roll to an even thickness.

    Place embossed side of paper embossing folder on rolled fondant, pressing firmly.

    Use fondant smoother with firm pressure to evenly emboss fondant. Check that fondant evenly fills cavities on paper embossing folder.

    Gently lift embossing folder off fondant.

    Impression should be even all over fondant.

    Using water and food-use only brush, wet entire surface of number cookie.

    Adhere fondant to cookie (embossed side facing up) and flip cookie so that back of cookie is facing up.

    Place pizza wheel against edge of cookie and cut fondant to same size as cookie.

    Use exactly knife to cut number out of fondant.

    Gently remove fondant cut out.

    There you have it!

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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff

    Greet your guests with something they'll always remember with these DIY ombre seashell escort cards. They are the perfect touch for a beach wedding or a subtle nod to the sea for any bride dreaming of a coastal reception.

      The finished escort cards look beautiful and unique, but they're also very quick and easy to make.     Materials:  Seashells (which can be found at a local craft store) Acrylic Paint Paint Brush Paper Towel or Rag Metallic Sharpie Scissors Cotton Piping Filler Cord Craft Glue How To:     1. Start by painting the bottom or top half of a seashell and let the paint sit for 15-30 seconds.     2. Next, gently wipe away the majority of the paint. This will leave you with an ombre painted look.       3. Once the paint is dry to the touch, which shouldn't be long since most of the paint was wiped away in step 2, write guests names and table numbers on each shell, with a metallic marker.     4. Then cut a piece of filler cord, roughly 5 inches long, and tie it in a knot in the center of the cord.     5. Attach these knotted cords to the seashells with glue for a nautical look.      Enjoy your beautiful escort cards!  
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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff   Pop the question to your bridesmaids with these teeny tiny gift boxes, with a surprise message (and gift) inside.     This DIY will help get your potential bridesmaids excited for the big day and you can customize the painted birch boxes to your wedding colors in a pinch. This is a great way to give bridesmaids a piece of jewelry, like a ring, that they can wear to the wedding and cherish long after you say, "I do".     Materials:  Small Round Birch Craft Boxes Acrylic Paint Paint Brush 'Will You Be My Bridesmaid' print outs Crinkle Paper Scissors Velvet Ribbon Fresh Flowers, like Delphinium (optional) How To:     1. First, paint the base and lid of the box with acrylic paint in fun patterns and shapes. Wait for the paint to dry.     2. Next, cut a piece of velvet ribbon between four and seven inches long, and glue one end to the inside of the lid.     3. Wrap the other end of the ribbon through the ring and glue the loose end further down on the back of the ribbon. This will create a secure loop to hold the ring, so it doesn't fall out of the box. It will also lift the ring from the box when the lid is opened.     4. Next, add a strip of paper to the the ring and ribbon that pops the question. You can create these strips very easily with your home computer and a printer. The font used in the example is called Housegrind and is free for personal use, right here.     5. Lastly, add crinkle paper to the box and nestle the ring inside before tucking in the ribbon and paper message and putting the lid back on. Present as a gift to your potential bridesmaids and cross your fingers.  
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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff   Incorporate fresh flowers at your reception, in an unexpected way, by creating these floral push pins and eucalyptus escort cards. Guests will be thrilled to hunt for their name and table number when greeting by this fall foliage.    
      Materials: Scissors Glue Gun Sharpie or Paint Pen Flat Top Thumb Tacks Eucalyptus Leaves Number Stickers Small Manilla Gift Tags Assorted Fall Foliage Strawflowers Heather   Step One: Start by adding small number stickers to the bottom center of a stack of gift tags. These numbers will correspond with the table number at which each guest will be seated.     Step Two: Next, cut a small or medium sized eucalyptus leaf from a larger stem and write your guest's names on the leaf with a marker or paint pen.      Step Three: Then, start putting the pieces together. Poke the eucalyptus stem through the hole at the top of your gift tag. Cut a small sprig of heather and poke it through the hole as well. Set aside.     Step Four: Now it's time to make the flower thumbtacks. Cut the stems completely off of the strawflowers, to provide a nice flat surface under the bloom for the thumbtack. Then, using a glue gun, apply a generous amount of glue to the underside of the strawflowers and attach the flat part of the thumbtack to the hot glue. Wait for the glue to dry for a few minutes before handling.     Step Five: Now you have a flower push pin to attach the escort cards to a fabric-covered cork board, as guests enter the reception area. Poke the push pin through the top of the eucalyptus leaf and gift tag and you are done.      Guests will find their tables quickly and easily, and at the end of the night, they can take their escort card home as a souvenir. Strawflowers dry out very easily, so it's a great memento that guests can keep to remember your special day.  
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  • Project Design and Styling by: Victoria Hudgins Photography by: Pictilio     Lead your guests to their tables in style with these simple and bright stack escort cards. They are an affordable way to get everyone where they need to go and look like their own little works of art, especially when combined with a simple succulent table display.     To make the stacked paper escort cards you'll need thick sheets of wrapping paper in colors that coordinate with your wedding day, wooden skewers, hot glue, a paper cutter, scissors and a pretty pen.     Start by cutting the wrapping paper into evenly sized horizontal strips, each measuring about a half an inch in height.  A paper cutter will speed up this process and help you achieve clean, straight edges.   Next, use scissors to cut your strips into smaller pieces of varied lengths. Each piece should measure between two and five inches long. Cut as many strips as there are wedding guests.    Once you have cut enough strips, group them by number of guests at each table, making sure each group has a nice mix of colors and lengths.   Using your pretty pen, write out each table number and all of your guests' names.     Stack your strips vertically along the wooden skewers with the table number at the very top. Wrap the strip ends around the skewers and secure with hot glue.      Ta da! Enjoy showcasing your pretty and functional display on your special day!    
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  • Project and Photos By: Brittni Mehlhoff     We all know the importance of first impressions and when it comes to your wedding, the first impression guests will have will be delivered in the form of your Save the Date. Set the tone by creating your own custom watercolor 'Save the Date' postcards.      Choose watercolors that match your wedding colors and theme, then design them with your initials, wedding date or a meaningful phrase like 'together forever'.      Materials: watercolor postcard paper, watercolor paints, assorted paint brushes, liquid frisket     Step One: Dip your brush into a container of liquid frisket and begin painting a design onto the watercolor postcard paper. The liquid frisket will act as a resist to the watercolor when it comes time to add color, so keep that in mind when creating a design.     Step Two: Wait for the mask to dry completely. Then, using a different brush, add a layer of water to the entire postcard to prepare it for the watercolor paints.     Step Three:
    Next, begin painting the postcard with washes of various colors until you've reached the desired look. For a softer look, gently blot the paint from the paper as you go.     Step Four: Once the paint is completely dry, it is time to pull the resist mask off.     Step Five: Using your finger, rub over one end of the liquid frisket until it begins to pull up, just as you would with rubber cement. Pull the mask off in entirety, and you will be left with crisp white areas that show off your design.     Step Six: Lastly, add a stamp and address your postcards. Don't forget to also include a note reminding guests of the date of your nuptials and any other details you would like to share.     These save the date postcards are sure to make a charming first and lasting impression that will continue to excite your guests every day up until the big day.    
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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff

    Get into the holiday spirit with these cinnamon snowflake DIY escort cards. They’re super easy to make and smell great too. Here’s how to make your own.

    Materials:

    cinnamon sticks glue dots (or hot glue) evergreen tree trimmings knife cardstock scissors pencil or pen

    How To:

    1. Start by cutting a cinnamon stick in half, lengthwise, then width wise. So you are left with four smaller pieces.

    2. Add a glue dot to the center of one of the four cut pieces of cinnamon stick. Turn the stick vertically.

    3. Then place another stick onto of the previous stick, horizontally. Add another glue dot to the center of the top stick. 

    4. Then place a third stick onto the stack, at a diagonal.

    5. Repeat the glueing process with the last stick, filling in the last diagonal area.

    6. Make these snowflakes in various size and widths, then add small tree trimmings to the back of each snowflake with glue dots.

    7. Next, cut a long skinny piece of paper and write the name of each guest and their table number on the strip before attaching to the snowflake, with one last glue dot.

    Add the finished snowflakes to the escort table for a festive and fragrant touch to your big day.

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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff

    Treat your guests to a delicious before-dinner snack — that almost looks to pretty to eat — with these stacked message macaron place cards.

    Materials:

    macarons rubber alphabet stamps glue dots transparent mini envelopes card stock pencil or pen edible ink marker bamboo skewers

    How To:

    Note: Before you get started, make sure your stamps are brand new or completely clean of any ink from previous uses. 
    1. First, decide on a message that you would like each place card to say, whether it’s just a message of love, a monogram, wedding date, etc. Then ink your first stamp letter, by running the edible ink marker over the letter thoroughly.

    2. Next, turn the stamp over and stamp directly onto the first macaron.

    3. Repeat the inking process from step one and step two until the word or message is complete.

    4. Set macarons aside and cut out small pieces of card stock that will fit inside the tiny translucent envelopes. Write each guests name on the card stock before tucking it into the envelope. Fill the envelope with a little bit of glitter if desired. Or write a message on the back of each piece of card stock to each guest.

    5. Next, using glue dots, attach the envelopes to bamboo skewers, making sure the pointy end is facing downward (away from the envelope).

    6. Then, pierce a small stack of finished macarons with the bamboo skewer and add to place setting.

    This would be a great escort card idea as well. And guests are sure to love the delicious treat before the reception starts.

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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff   Make your wedding escort cards even more special with these fresh flower wreaths that display guest's names and table numbers. They smell great, look good hanging or displayed flat on a table, and double as a small favor for guests to take home. Want to make your own?        Supplies: Floral Tape Velvet Ribbon Scissors Wire Clippers Vine Wrapped Craft Wire Fresh Flowers - Solidago, Phlox, Limonium-Caspia How-To:     1. Cut a piece of wire that is roughly nine inches long (this may vary depending on how large you want each wreath to be).     2. Bend the wire into a circle and twist the side around the circle you've created, to make it strong and secure.       3. Attach a few flowers to the circle at a time, using floral tape, and then stacking the next round of flowers on top of the tape from the last. Repeat this process until the circle is completely covered with flowers, and you cannot see any of the floral tape.     4. Cut a piece of ribbon for the top of the wreath. This can be used solely for decoration or as a way to hang each wreath on a wall or board.     5. Lastly, print table numbers and guest's names out onto card stock. Cut and attach to each wreath.  
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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff   Make your wedding escort cards even more special with these fresh flower wreaths that display guest's names and table numbers. They smell great, look good hanging or displayed flat on a table, and double as a small favor for guests to take home. Want to make your own?        Supplies: Floral Tape Velvet Ribbon Scissors Wire Clippers Vine Wrapped Craft Wire Fresh Flowers - Solidago, Phlox, Limonium-Caspia How-To:     1. Cut a piece of wire that is roughly nine inches long (this may vary depending on how large you want each wreath to be).     2. Bend the wire into a circle and twist the side around the circle you've created, to make it strong and secure.       3. Attach a few flowers to the circle at a time, using floral tape, and then stacking the next round of flowers on top of the tape from the last. Repeat this process until the circle is completely covered with flowers, and you cannot see any of the floral tape.     4. Cut a piece of ribbon for the top of the wreath. This can be used solely for decoration or as a way to hang each wreath on a wall or board.     5. Lastly, print table numbers and guest's names out onto card stock. Cut and attach to each wreath.  
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  • Project and Photos by Erica O'Brien

    Create these sweet-as-sugar table numbers in a few easy steps!

    What You’ll Need: 

    Ruler Fondant in color of your choice pizza wheel 5 x 7 paper embossing folder (Erica OBrien used an Anna Griffin by Cuttlebug  design) Number cutters Cornstarch (to prevent sticking) Sugar cookie recipe of your choice Fondant smoother Exacto knife Food-use only paintbrush Small rolling pin Water

    How To:

    Roll out sugar cookie dough to about 1/4" thick. Use ruler and pizza wheel to cut into 4” x 6” rectangle. Repeat as many times as needed. 

    Lay cut rectangles on baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Refrigerate 15 minutes or until firm.

    Using number cutters, carefully cut out table numbers as needed. Refrigerate again until firm, about 15 minutes.

    Bake until lightly browned. Allow to cool.

    Roll fondant thin, about 1/8” thick, into about a 5” x 7” rectangle. Be sure to roll to an even thickness.

    Place embossed side of paper embossing folder on rolled fondant, pressing firmly.

    Use fondant smoother with firm pressure to evenly emboss fondant. Check that fondant evenly fills cavities on paper embossing folder.

    Gently lift embossing folder off fondant.

    Impression should be even all over fondant.

    Using water and food-use only brush, wet entire surface of number cookie.

    Adhere fondant to cookie (embossed side facing up) and flip cookie so that back of cookie is facing up.

    Place pizza wheel against edge of cookie and cut fondant to same size as cookie.

    Use exactly knife to cut number out of fondant.

    Gently remove fondant cut out.

    There you have it!

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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff

    Greet your guests with something they'll always remember with these DIY ombre seashell escort cards. They are the perfect touch for a beach wedding or a subtle nod to the sea for any bride dreaming of a coastal reception.

      The finished escort cards look beautiful and unique, but they're also very quick and easy to make.     Materials:  Seashells (which can be found at a local craft store) Acrylic Paint Paint Brush Paper Towel or Rag Metallic Sharpie Scissors Cotton Piping Filler Cord Craft Glue How To:     1. Start by painting the bottom or top half of a seashell and let the paint sit for 15-30 seconds.     2. Next, gently wipe away the majority of the paint. This will leave you with an ombre painted look.       3. Once the paint is dry to the touch, which shouldn't be long since most of the paint was wiped away in step 2, write guests names and table numbers on each shell, with a metallic marker.     4. Then cut a piece of filler cord, roughly 5 inches long, and tie it in a knot in the center of the cord.     5. Attach these knotted cords to the seashells with glue for a nautical look.      Enjoy your beautiful escort cards!  
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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff   Pop the question to your bridesmaids with these teeny tiny gift boxes, with a surprise message (and gift) inside.     This DIY will help get your potential bridesmaids excited for the big day and you can customize the painted birch boxes to your wedding colors in a pinch. This is a great way to give bridesmaids a piece of jewelry, like a ring, that they can wear to the wedding and cherish long after you say, "I do".     Materials:  Small Round Birch Craft Boxes Acrylic Paint Paint Brush 'Will You Be My Bridesmaid' print outs Crinkle Paper Scissors Velvet Ribbon Fresh Flowers, like Delphinium (optional) How To:     1. First, paint the base and lid of the box with acrylic paint in fun patterns and shapes. Wait for the paint to dry.     2. Next, cut a piece of velvet ribbon between four and seven inches long, and glue one end to the inside of the lid.     3. Wrap the other end of the ribbon through the ring and glue the loose end further down on the back of the ribbon. This will create a secure loop to hold the ring, so it doesn't fall out of the box. It will also lift the ring from the box when the lid is opened.     4. Next, add a strip of paper to the the ring and ribbon that pops the question. You can create these strips very easily with your home computer and a printer. The font used in the example is called Housegrind and is free for personal use, right here.     5. Lastly, add crinkle paper to the box and nestle the ring inside before tucking in the ribbon and paper message and putting the lid back on. Present as a gift to your potential bridesmaids and cross your fingers.  
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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff   Incorporate fresh flowers at your reception, in an unexpected way, by creating these floral push pins and eucalyptus escort cards. Guests will be thrilled to hunt for their name and table number when greeting by this fall foliage.    
      Materials: Scissors Glue Gun Sharpie or Paint Pen Flat Top Thumb Tacks Eucalyptus Leaves Number Stickers Small Manilla Gift Tags Assorted Fall Foliage Strawflowers Heather   Step One: Start by adding small number stickers to the bottom center of a stack of gift tags. These numbers will correspond with the table number at which each guest will be seated.     Step Two: Next, cut a small or medium sized eucalyptus leaf from a larger stem and write your guest's names on the leaf with a marker or paint pen.      Step Three: Then, start putting the pieces together. Poke the eucalyptus stem through the hole at the top of your gift tag. Cut a small sprig of heather and poke it through the hole as well. Set aside.     Step Four: Now it's time to make the flower thumbtacks. Cut the stems completely off of the strawflowers, to provide a nice flat surface under the bloom for the thumbtack. Then, using a glue gun, apply a generous amount of glue to the underside of the strawflowers and attach the flat part of the thumbtack to the hot glue. Wait for the glue to dry for a few minutes before handling.     Step Five: Now you have a flower push pin to attach the escort cards to a fabric-covered cork board, as guests enter the reception area. Poke the push pin through the top of the eucalyptus leaf and gift tag and you are done.      Guests will find their tables quickly and easily, and at the end of the night, they can take their escort card home as a souvenir. Strawflowers dry out very easily, so it's a great memento that guests can keep to remember your special day.  
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  • Project Design and Styling by: Victoria Hudgins Photography by: Pictilio     Lead your guests to their tables in style with these simple and bright stack escort cards. They are an affordable way to get everyone where they need to go and look like their own little works of art, especially when combined with a simple succulent table display.     To make the stacked paper escort cards you'll need thick sheets of wrapping paper in colors that coordinate with your wedding day, wooden skewers, hot glue, a paper cutter, scissors and a pretty pen.     Start by cutting the wrapping paper into evenly sized horizontal strips, each measuring about a half an inch in height.  A paper cutter will speed up this process and help you achieve clean, straight edges.   Next, use scissors to cut your strips into smaller pieces of varied lengths. Each piece should measure between two and five inches long. Cut as many strips as there are wedding guests.    Once you have cut enough strips, group them by number of guests at each table, making sure each group has a nice mix of colors and lengths.   Using your pretty pen, write out each table number and all of your guests' names.     Stack your strips vertically along the wooden skewers with the table number at the very top. Wrap the strip ends around the skewers and secure with hot glue.      Ta da! Enjoy showcasing your pretty and functional display on your special day!    
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  • Project and Photos By: Brittni Mehlhoff     We all know the importance of first impressions and when it comes to your wedding, the first impression guests will have will be delivered in the form of your Save the Date. Set the tone by creating your own custom watercolor 'Save the Date' postcards.      Choose watercolors that match your wedding colors and theme, then design them with your initials, wedding date or a meaningful phrase like 'together forever'.      Materials: watercolor postcard paper, watercolor paints, assorted paint brushes, liquid frisket     Step One: Dip your brush into a container of liquid frisket and begin painting a design onto the watercolor postcard paper. The liquid frisket will act as a resist to the watercolor when it comes time to add color, so keep that in mind when creating a design.     Step Two: Wait for the mask to dry completely. Then, using a different brush, add a layer of water to the entire postcard to prepare it for the watercolor paints.     Step Three:
    Next, begin painting the postcard with washes of various colors until you've reached the desired look. For a softer look, gently blot the paint from the paper as you go.     Step Four: Once the paint is completely dry, it is time to pull the resist mask off.     Step Five: Using your finger, rub over one end of the liquid frisket until it begins to pull up, just as you would with rubber cement. Pull the mask off in entirety, and you will be left with crisp white areas that show off your design.     Step Six: Lastly, add a stamp and address your postcards. Don't forget to also include a note reminding guests of the date of your nuptials and any other details you would like to share.     These save the date postcards are sure to make a charming first and lasting impression that will continue to excite your guests every day up until the big day.    
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