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Stationery Wedding Ideas

  • Top off a wow-worthy tablescape with these creative table number ideas! 

    1. 

    Photo by Joielala Photo

    Stick vinyl numerals onto colorful geo rock slabs for a hint of bohemian glamour.

    2.

    Photo by Flora + Fauna Photography

    Mix things up with cutout cardstock!

    3.

    Photo by Loft Photographie

    Paint numbers onto bright, patterned tiles.

    4.

    Photo by Catherine Mac Photography

    Make a statement with wooden lasercut signs.

    5.

    Photo by BrancoPrata Photography

    Add a touch of vintage style with numbered bell jars.

    6.

    Photo by Flora + Fauna Photography

    Paint numbers onto pretty antique salad plates.

    7.

    Photo Courtesy of Foglio Press

    Channel modern glamour with lucite and glitter.

    8.

    Photo by Joielala Photo

    Incorporate a pop of pattern with a painted canvas.

    9.

    Photo by Julia Wade Photography

    Give your tablescapes a whimsical touch with fun flag table numbers.

    10.

    Photo Courtesy of A Good Affair Wedding and Event Production

    Make a scholarly statement with repurposed hardback books.

    11.

    Photo by Flora + Fauna Photography

    Paint table numbers onto carafes for a relaxed, eco-friendly feel.

    For More Ideas for Your Tablescapes, Don't Miss:

    Place Settings

    Table Linens

    DIY Centerpieces

    Tablescapes


     

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  • Sharing information and requests with your guests with some pretty signage has become commonplace at weddings these days. But we love when couples take a whimsical and sometimes cheeky twist by using some poetry skills. Rhyming phases are not only cute, but they also stick in guests’ memories! Here are a few favorite examples: 

    At the Ceremony
    Encourage your guests to sit wherever they like with a sign that reads: “Family and friends of the bride and groom, sit together, there’s plenty of room!”

    Photo by Kim Schepperley Photography

    On the Guest Book Table

    A sweet and creative poem will delight your guests as they sign your guest book, and give them a little something to read if there’s a wait.

    Photo by Arte de Vie

    At the Bar

    If you’re giving your guests glasses to keep with them for the entire night, let them know with a rhyming sign!

    Photo by Kim Schepperley Photography

    On the Escort Card Table

    A little rhyme to make your guests smile as they look for their escort cards and table assignments

    Photo by Jason Burns Photography

     

    On Your Favors

    Your wedding favor packaging is a great opportunity to include a little rhyme – and its even better when you can use your names for an added personal touch.

    Photo by Danny K Photography

     

    Check out this board for even more wedding sign ideas »

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  • Looking for a simple way to add a special touch to your wedding ceremony? Get creative with the stationery! Put a spin on traditional ceremony programs by adding a fun detail or changing up the dispay. Here are 5 ideas we're absolutely loving right now!

    1. Clipboard Programs

    Photo by Feather and Twine

    A genius way to keep programs from blowing away during a breezy outdoor ceremony.

    2. Handkerchief Programs

    Photo by The Nichols

    Guests will appreciate having a little something to dab away those inevitable happy tears! 

    3. Confetti Filled Programs

    Photo by Paper Antler

    Include a pouch of confetti for guests to toss at the happy couple during the recessional.

    4. Love Story Programs

    Photo by Julie Cate Photography

    Create a mini-book that tells the tale of how you met, your engagement story, and a little bit about what makes you a great match.

    5. Billboard Program

    Photo by j. woodbery photography

    Display the ceremony details on one large sign in lieu of individually printed programs for a fun, budget-friendly option.

    You May Also Be Interested In...

    7 Ways to Display Your Seating Charts

    11 Inventive Table Number Ideas

    14 Creative Escort Cards

    1
  • Photos By Chelsea Fuss

    This homemade project is so sweet and surprisingly easy to create!      You will need an iron to get your fabric just right.     You will also need blank envelopes, fabric (we like a variety of several patterns!), a glue stick is a must -- a cutting mat, an X-acto knife ... and do not forget your scissors!     Initially, you will need to make a pattern for your envelope.    For the Pattern: 1. Open your envelope and lay it down flat on your ironed fabric.     2. Trace the envelope and then cut out the fabric.   3. Next, trim the fabric so it's slightly more narrow and shorter than the envelope.    4. Slip the fabric inside the envelope to make sure it fits the width. You may have to trim some more until it looks about right. If the top of it is too long, this is OK, you will trim this later after you glue.     To Line the Envelopes: 1. After you've cut out your fabric liners (using the template or your own pattern), fit one inside an envelope to make sure it fits.    2.When it looks about right and is nice and flat with no wrinkles, lift up the top part that goes over the envelope flap. Cover this section of the envelope in glue.      3.Next, lift up the bottom portion and hold the envelope open. Cover the inside of the envelope with glue and press down the fabric.   4. Make sure the fabric is glued securely, especially along the edges of the flap.   5. Leave it to dry for about 15 minutes.   6. Take an X-acto knife and a cutting mat and trim around the edges. Make sure these are nice and clean.     7. Use 3 dabs of glue along the envelope flap to secure the envelope to mail.   Your guests will be surprised when they open the envelope and find the beautiful fabric liner! Add other special touches, like personalized stamps as well.     Voila! The total cost, including envelope, is about .70 cents per envelope.     Photos By Chelsea Fuss
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    By: Chelsea Fuss   These ultra simple escort cards are super adorable and couldn't be easier to make!     Materials: red paper twine white pen mini clothes pins scissors a table, board or wall to display them on

    Cut out a heart by folding an 8 1/2 x 11 piece of paper in half and cutting half of a heart out.     Use this heart as a template so that the rest are about the same size and shape.     Write each guest's name and table number with a white pen.     Clothespin the hearts on twine.     Display on a wood table, a wall, or a board.     Cover a piece of foam core with fabric by adhering it with spray glue. Pin twine, ribbon or string to the board and then attach the hearts with the clothespins.        
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    Photo by: Carly Taylor   Looking for an extra special touch to give your programs or shower invites? Incorporating fabric can give you a beautiful way to showcase your wedding style and create a piece that is handcrafted.     After designing your wedding program, cut a piece of cardboard to the exact size of your program.     Cut your main fabric to the correct size of the cardboard previously cut, leaving an extra 1/4 inch around the entire square to fold over. Affix your fabric to the cardboard with a thin layer of fabric glue on each of the turned over sides.     Using coordinating fabric and ribbon, line one side of the program bringing in texture through pattern and color. Fold each piece over and attach to the back side with fabric glue.     Lastly, attach your program to the backside of the program using a very thin layer of fabric glue around the edges(it dries completely clear).     Get creative, incorporating your color palette or favorite patterns!     So pretty and festive!      
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    Photos/Project By: Victoria Hudgins   Using fresh or dried herbs is a wonderful and economical way to bring a seasonal touch to your wedding. Lavender is my favorite dried herb to use because it is easy to work with, affordable, and smells amazing. Here's how I made these simple lavender escort cards!
        Collect a bunch of lavender and hang upside down to dry out. Or, purchase dried lavender from a local florist or home store.     Use simple white escort cards and write in names and table numbers for your guests.     Using an exacto knife, slice two small horizontal holes at the top of each card.     Thread your lavender through the holes, cutting off any excess stem at the end.     Since the herbs are dried, you can complete this project well before your wedding day.     Place bunches of lavender on the display table for added décor.      
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  • Photos By: Chelsea Fuss

      Handwritten paper goods can add a charming touch to your wedding decor. Plus, they are inexpensive!     Grab some card stock, a paper cutter, a white pen, and some friends to help!     Cute stamps also add unique touches to your paper place cards and table numbers.     Use a paper cutter or x-acto knife and straight edge, to make sure the edges are nice and straight. Have a rag handy, sometimes the white ink can be a bit messy.     For the menu, we used white ink, a stamp and a white pen.      For the table numbers, we used a fold over card, a hardware store stencil and a white pen.     A Tip: Practice the handwriting you want to use on a separate piece of paper before decorating all the paper.     Simple floral arrangements and fruit make this setup adorable.     There's something so personal and sweet about handwritten cards.     Voila! Your table setup is complete - and gorgeous!    
    4
  • Project Design By: Victoria Hudgins

    Photos By: Carly Taylor

    Using watercolor in your wedding can be an easy way to add both color and pretty artistic flair. Make drink tags, escort cards, or favor labels with these easy instructions.     Materials: You will need watercolor paints, paper tags, a white crayon, a paint brush and water.     Process: Write in your details on the paper tag with a white crayon. I did a combo of table numbers and simple words to show how each would look. Be sure to press firmly with the crayon.     A preview of the finished product. Loving this vibrant orange.     Dip your brush in the water and the paint, before stroking lightly over your tag.     Mix colors and do a couple coats to ensure good texture.
      The watercolors will not adhere to the wax portion of the tag where the crayon has left its mark.
      What a difference adding favor tags makes! Let dry and attach to your favor or item of choice!     Lastly, get creative and have fun!      Project Design By: Victoria Hudgins Photos By: Carly Taylor

     

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  • Photo By: Mary Swenson

    The graduated colors of these ombre-style place cards make a dramatic statement, and they're made of wood - making them ultra-unique. Here's how to do it!     First, cut blocks in equal sizes (5 x 1.5 inches) from a piece of primed pine wood. Then, lightly sand the rough edges of each block smooth.     Choose paint in at least three graduating shades of the same color. Spray paint is the easiest to use for this project, since it allows for coverage of multiple blocks at the same time and leaves a smooth finish.     Divide the blocks up evenly among the number of colors you have chosen. In a well-ventilated area, spray paint the blocks and allow to dry overnight.     On the front of each block, use a paint pen or a thin paint brush to write the name on one side, and the table number on the back. Allow to dry completely.     Lay the place cards on a table and arrange them from the lightest shade to the darkest.     The result is a gorgeous display that will be one of the first things your guests see when they arrive!       Photo By: Mary Swenson

     

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  • Top off a wow-worthy tablescape with these creative table number ideas! 

    1. 

    Photo by Joielala Photo

    Stick vinyl numerals onto colorful geo rock slabs for a hint of bohemian glamour.

    2.

    Photo by Flora + Fauna Photography

    Mix things up with cutout cardstock!

    3.

    Photo by Loft Photographie

    Paint numbers onto bright, patterned tiles.

    4.

    Photo by Catherine Mac Photography

    Make a statement with wooden lasercut signs.

    5.

    Photo by BrancoPrata Photography

    Add a touch of vintage style with numbered bell jars.

    6.

    Photo by Flora + Fauna Photography

    Paint numbers onto pretty antique salad plates.

    7.

    Photo Courtesy of Foglio Press

    Channel modern glamour with lucite and glitter.

    8.

    Photo by Joielala Photo

    Incorporate a pop of pattern with a painted canvas.

    9.

    Photo by Julia Wade Photography

    Give your tablescapes a whimsical touch with fun flag table numbers.

    10.

    Photo Courtesy of A Good Affair Wedding and Event Production

    Make a scholarly statement with repurposed hardback books.

    11.

    Photo by Flora + Fauna Photography

    Paint table numbers onto carafes for a relaxed, eco-friendly feel.

    For More Ideas for Your Tablescapes, Don't Miss:

    Place Settings

    Table Linens

    DIY Centerpieces

    Tablescapes


     

    3
  • Sharing information and requests with your guests with some pretty signage has become commonplace at weddings these days. But we love when couples take a whimsical and sometimes cheeky twist by using some poetry skills. Rhyming phases are not only cute, but they also stick in guests’ memories! Here are a few favorite examples: 

    At the Ceremony
    Encourage your guests to sit wherever they like with a sign that reads: “Family and friends of the bride and groom, sit together, there’s plenty of room!”

    Photo by Kim Schepperley Photography

    On the Guest Book Table

    A sweet and creative poem will delight your guests as they sign your guest book, and give them a little something to read if there’s a wait.

    Photo by Arte de Vie

    At the Bar

    If you’re giving your guests glasses to keep with them for the entire night, let them know with a rhyming sign!

    Photo by Kim Schepperley Photography

    On the Escort Card Table

    A little rhyme to make your guests smile as they look for their escort cards and table assignments

    Photo by Jason Burns Photography

     

    On Your Favors

    Your wedding favor packaging is a great opportunity to include a little rhyme – and its even better when you can use your names for an added personal touch.

    Photo by Danny K Photography

     

    Check out this board for even more wedding sign ideas »

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  • Looking for a simple way to add a special touch to your wedding ceremony? Get creative with the stationery! Put a spin on traditional ceremony programs by adding a fun detail or changing up the dispay. Here are 5 ideas we're absolutely loving right now!

    1. Clipboard Programs

    Photo by Feather and Twine

    A genius way to keep programs from blowing away during a breezy outdoor ceremony.

    2. Handkerchief Programs

    Photo by The Nichols

    Guests will appreciate having a little something to dab away those inevitable happy tears! 

    3. Confetti Filled Programs

    Photo by Paper Antler

    Include a pouch of confetti for guests to toss at the happy couple during the recessional.

    4. Love Story Programs

    Photo by Julie Cate Photography

    Create a mini-book that tells the tale of how you met, your engagement story, and a little bit about what makes you a great match.

    5. Billboard Program

    Photo by j. woodbery photography

    Display the ceremony details on one large sign in lieu of individually printed programs for a fun, budget-friendly option.

    You May Also Be Interested In...

    7 Ways to Display Your Seating Charts

    11 Inventive Table Number Ideas

    14 Creative Escort Cards

    1
  • Photos By Chelsea Fuss

    This homemade project is so sweet and surprisingly easy to create!      You will need an iron to get your fabric just right.     You will also need blank envelopes, fabric (we like a variety of several patterns!), a glue stick is a must -- a cutting mat, an X-acto knife ... and do not forget your scissors!     Initially, you will need to make a pattern for your envelope.    For the Pattern: 1. Open your envelope and lay it down flat on your ironed fabric.     2. Trace the envelope and then cut out the fabric.   3. Next, trim the fabric so it's slightly more narrow and shorter than the envelope.    4. Slip the fabric inside the envelope to make sure it fits the width. You may have to trim some more until it looks about right. If the top of it is too long, this is OK, you will trim this later after you glue.     To Line the Envelopes: 1. After you've cut out your fabric liners (using the template or your own pattern), fit one inside an envelope to make sure it fits.    2.When it looks about right and is nice and flat with no wrinkles, lift up the top part that goes over the envelope flap. Cover this section of the envelope in glue.      3.Next, lift up the bottom portion and hold the envelope open. Cover the inside of the envelope with glue and press down the fabric.   4. Make sure the fabric is glued securely, especially along the edges of the flap.   5. Leave it to dry for about 15 minutes.   6. Take an X-acto knife and a cutting mat and trim around the edges. Make sure these are nice and clean.     7. Use 3 dabs of glue along the envelope flap to secure the envelope to mail.   Your guests will be surprised when they open the envelope and find the beautiful fabric liner! Add other special touches, like personalized stamps as well.     Voila! The total cost, including envelope, is about .70 cents per envelope.     Photos By Chelsea Fuss
    10
  •  

    By: Chelsea Fuss   These ultra simple escort cards are super adorable and couldn't be easier to make!     Materials: red paper twine white pen mini clothes pins scissors a table, board or wall to display them on

    Cut out a heart by folding an 8 1/2 x 11 piece of paper in half and cutting half of a heart out.     Use this heart as a template so that the rest are about the same size and shape.     Write each guest's name and table number with a white pen.     Clothespin the hearts on twine.     Display on a wood table, a wall, or a board.     Cover a piece of foam core with fabric by adhering it with spray glue. Pin twine, ribbon or string to the board and then attach the hearts with the clothespins.        
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  •  

    Photo by: Carly Taylor   Looking for an extra special touch to give your programs or shower invites? Incorporating fabric can give you a beautiful way to showcase your wedding style and create a piece that is handcrafted.     After designing your wedding program, cut a piece of cardboard to the exact size of your program.     Cut your main fabric to the correct size of the cardboard previously cut, leaving an extra 1/4 inch around the entire square to fold over. Affix your fabric to the cardboard with a thin layer of fabric glue on each of the turned over sides.     Using coordinating fabric and ribbon, line one side of the program bringing in texture through pattern and color. Fold each piece over and attach to the back side with fabric glue.     Lastly, attach your program to the backside of the program using a very thin layer of fabric glue around the edges(it dries completely clear).     Get creative, incorporating your color palette or favorite patterns!     So pretty and festive!      
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  •  

    Photos/Project By: Victoria Hudgins   Using fresh or dried herbs is a wonderful and economical way to bring a seasonal touch to your wedding. Lavender is my favorite dried herb to use because it is easy to work with, affordable, and smells amazing. Here's how I made these simple lavender escort cards!
        Collect a bunch of lavender and hang upside down to dry out. Or, purchase dried lavender from a local florist or home store.     Use simple white escort cards and write in names and table numbers for your guests.     Using an exacto knife, slice two small horizontal holes at the top of each card.     Thread your lavender through the holes, cutting off any excess stem at the end.     Since the herbs are dried, you can complete this project well before your wedding day.     Place bunches of lavender on the display table for added décor.      
    12
  • Photos By: Chelsea Fuss

      Handwritten paper goods can add a charming touch to your wedding decor. Plus, they are inexpensive!     Grab some card stock, a paper cutter, a white pen, and some friends to help!     Cute stamps also add unique touches to your paper place cards and table numbers.     Use a paper cutter or x-acto knife and straight edge, to make sure the edges are nice and straight. Have a rag handy, sometimes the white ink can be a bit messy.     For the menu, we used white ink, a stamp and a white pen.      For the table numbers, we used a fold over card, a hardware store stencil and a white pen.     A Tip: Practice the handwriting you want to use on a separate piece of paper before decorating all the paper.     Simple floral arrangements and fruit make this setup adorable.     There's something so personal and sweet about handwritten cards.     Voila! Your table setup is complete - and gorgeous!    
    4
  • Project Design By: Victoria Hudgins

    Photos By: Carly Taylor

    Using watercolor in your wedding can be an easy way to add both color and pretty artistic flair. Make drink tags, escort cards, or favor labels with these easy instructions.     Materials: You will need watercolor paints, paper tags, a white crayon, a paint brush and water.     Process: Write in your details on the paper tag with a white crayon. I did a combo of table numbers and simple words to show how each would look. Be sure to press firmly with the crayon.     A preview of the finished product. Loving this vibrant orange.     Dip your brush in the water and the paint, before stroking lightly over your tag.     Mix colors and do a couple coats to ensure good texture.
      The watercolors will not adhere to the wax portion of the tag where the crayon has left its mark.
      What a difference adding favor tags makes! Let dry and attach to your favor or item of choice!     Lastly, get creative and have fun!      Project Design By: Victoria Hudgins Photos By: Carly Taylor

     

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  • Photo By: Mary Swenson

    The graduated colors of these ombre-style place cards make a dramatic statement, and they're made of wood - making them ultra-unique. Here's how to do it!     First, cut blocks in equal sizes (5 x 1.5 inches) from a piece of primed pine wood. Then, lightly sand the rough edges of each block smooth.     Choose paint in at least three graduating shades of the same color. Spray paint is the easiest to use for this project, since it allows for coverage of multiple blocks at the same time and leaves a smooth finish.     Divide the blocks up evenly among the number of colors you have chosen. In a well-ventilated area, spray paint the blocks and allow to dry overnight.     On the front of each block, use a paint pen or a thin paint brush to write the name on one side, and the table number on the back. Allow to dry completely.     Lay the place cards on a table and arrange them from the lightest shade to the darkest.     The result is a gorgeous display that will be one of the first things your guests see when they arrive!       Photo By: Mary Swenson

     

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