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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff

    Add a personal touch to your wedding invites with this simple but elegant DIY idea for watercolor envelope liners.

    Materials:

    Envelopes Paper Pencil Glue dots Scissors Paint (plus water for thinning, if needed) Paintbrush

    How To: 

    1. First, choose the envelope you'd like to use and pick a paper for the liner. Open the envelope and lay it flat on the liner paper. Trace the envelope on the liner paper. This is the initial shape that will be used as a guide for the actual liner.

    2. Offset the envelope slightly below the initial tracing.  This should be about a 1/2-inch internal margin to the tracing of the top flap. Trace the top flap. Now, create 1/8-inch internal margins on the right and left sides of the liner. Trace the sides of the envelope. You should now have a drawn shape that is similar to the shape of the flat envelope, just smaller. 

    3. Cut the shape out using the internal margins. Insert the liner into the envelope to check the sizing. Make any necessary tweaks. You can use this first liner as a template to create as many additional liners as you need.

    4. After all the liners are cut out, you can paint them however you'd like. I diluted some acrylic paints and created an abstract watercolor effect for mine.

    5. When your liners are fully dry, insert the liners into the envelopes and fold the liner to match the envelope fold. Use glue dots to adhere the liner to the envelope.

    All set!

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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff of Paper & Stitch

    Turn inexpensive manilla gift tags into beautiful dip dyed paper goods that you can use for wedding favors, table numbers, thank you notes, and beyond. They're super easy and quick to make and will add a colorful DIY touch to packages, tables, and more.

    Here's how to make your own dip dyed gift tags with watercolor paints...

    Materials:

    Manilla Gift Tags (any size) Watercolor Paints  Small Bowl or Mug Water Paper Towels

    How To:

    1. Start by filing a mug or small container halfway with water. Then, add in a generous amount of watercolor paint and stir until completely mixed.

    2. Next, dip tags into the watercolor and water mixtures, pulling up to see the color after 15-20 seconds. If the color is too faint, remove the tag and add more paint. Stir. Then, dip the tag back into the mixture.

    3. Once you've reached the desired color, remove from the container, and place onto a paper towel to let the tag dry.

    4. Repeat this process until you've completed the number of tags you'll need for the occasion.

    5. Allow the tags to dry flat for several hours (up to 24 hours). Then, you can write messages / table numbers / names / etc on each tag with a pen.

    6. Tie a finished gift tag to a small bouquet of flowers as a souvenir for your guests to take as they leave. Or gift them to your bridal party and other friends and family, instead.

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  • Help your wedding guests find their tables with these fun, creative seating chart ideas! 

    1. Wreath Seating Chart

    Photo by Catherine Mac Photography

    Display a classic sign in a pretty botanical frame that coordinates with your bouquets, centerpieces, and other floral arrangements.

    2. Herb Seating Chart

    Photo by Peaches & Mint Photography

    Assigning a fresh herb to each table is a festive idea for a garden wedding or an eco-friendly affair!

    3. Clothesline Numbers Seating Chart

    Photo by The Melideos

    String oversized, three-dimensional numbers along a clothing line. Stream ribbons from each number and attach guests' place cards to the ribbons.

    4. Chalkboard Tree Slice Seating Chart

    Photo by Yair Haim Photography

    This rustic display can be easily DIY'd using chalkboard paint, tree slices, and jute rope.

    5. Doily Garland Seating Chart

    Photo by Daniel Kim Photography

    Create this charming, budget-friendly display with paper doilies, twine, and miniature clothes pins. Perfect for a barn setting or a wedding with a vintage vibe!

    You May Also Like...

    7 Ways to Display Your Wedding Seating Charts

    9 Unique Ways to Display Your Escort Cards

    14 Creative Escort Cards

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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff

    Thinking ahead to February weddings and Valentine's Day, these DIY wood veneer escort cards would be the perfect fit.

    They're super easy to make, inexpensive and fun. Plus, you can purchase the Satsuma mandarins from a local grocery, like Whole Foods. Making these an even more accessible DIY wedding project.

    Materials:

    Maple Wood Veneer Sheets Satsuma Mandarins Scissors Pencil

    How To:


    1. Start by drawing hearts in various shapes and sizes onto a sheet of wood veneer. Be sure to also draw a strip directly below the heart, so that each piece will be able to piece into the mandarins with ease.


    2. Next, cut out the shapes, with a pair of scissors or an Xacto knife, if you prefer.


    3. Then, write each guests name and table number on the wood shapes.


    4. Pierce each mandarin with the piece of wood and you're done.

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  • Whether you adore your pets or have a special place in your heart for a specific type of animal, it can be super-cute to incorporate this into your wedding décor. Here are a few ideas we’ve seen in real weddings.

    Centerpieces

    Animal topiaries are projected to be one of the hot décor items for 2015, and it’s a cute and subtle way to express your love for animals, whether you focus on a specific species or mix it up.


    Photo by James Moro Photography

    Escort Cards

    From figurines to paper cut outs, your escort cards can provide a fun nod to your animal of choice. Aside from the pig and bird options shown here, we’ve also seen escort cards dedicated to cats, elephants, horses, and more!


    Photos by (left to right) Joshua Zuckerman Photography, Gene Higa Photography

    Invitations

    We love how this invitation style doesn’t go too over-the-top with the animal motif – it’s still totally appropriate and sweet.


    Photo courtesy of April Twenty Five

    Guest Book

    What a fun idea for a guest sign-in board! Each guest signs a silhouette of a different sea creature – perfect for a wedding at an aquarium or near the water.


    Photo by Jack Looney Photography

    Cake Toppers

    We’ve seen a lot of animal cake toppers lately, but these are two of our favorites – a nod to the couple’s pet pooches and fun deer-themed style.


    Photos by (left to right) Rachel Pearlman Photography, Crystal Satriano Photography

    Check out more creative décor ideas from our Décor Editor »

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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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  • 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

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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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  • 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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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff

    Add a personal touch to your wedding invites with this simple but elegant DIY idea for watercolor envelope liners.

    Materials:

    Envelopes Paper Pencil Glue dots Scissors Paint (plus water for thinning, if needed) Paintbrush

    How To: 

    1. First, choose the envelope you'd like to use and pick a paper for the liner. Open the envelope and lay it flat on the liner paper. Trace the envelope on the liner paper. This is the initial shape that will be used as a guide for the actual liner.

    2. Offset the envelope slightly below the initial tracing.  This should be about a 1/2-inch internal margin to the tracing of the top flap. Trace the top flap. Now, create 1/8-inch internal margins on the right and left sides of the liner. Trace the sides of the envelope. You should now have a drawn shape that is similar to the shape of the flat envelope, just smaller. 

    3. Cut the shape out using the internal margins. Insert the liner into the envelope to check the sizing. Make any necessary tweaks. You can use this first liner as a template to create as many additional liners as you need.

    4. After all the liners are cut out, you can paint them however you'd like. I diluted some acrylic paints and created an abstract watercolor effect for mine.

    5. When your liners are fully dry, insert the liners into the envelopes and fold the liner to match the envelope fold. Use glue dots to adhere the liner to the envelope.

    All set!

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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff of Paper & Stitch

    Turn inexpensive manilla gift tags into beautiful dip dyed paper goods that you can use for wedding favors, table numbers, thank you notes, and beyond. They're super easy and quick to make and will add a colorful DIY touch to packages, tables, and more.

    Here's how to make your own dip dyed gift tags with watercolor paints...

    Materials:

    Manilla Gift Tags (any size) Watercolor Paints  Small Bowl or Mug Water Paper Towels

    How To:

    1. Start by filing a mug or small container halfway with water. Then, add in a generous amount of watercolor paint and stir until completely mixed.

    2. Next, dip tags into the watercolor and water mixtures, pulling up to see the color after 15-20 seconds. If the color is too faint, remove the tag and add more paint. Stir. Then, dip the tag back into the mixture.

    3. Once you've reached the desired color, remove from the container, and place onto a paper towel to let the tag dry.

    4. Repeat this process until you've completed the number of tags you'll need for the occasion.

    5. Allow the tags to dry flat for several hours (up to 24 hours). Then, you can write messages / table numbers / names / etc on each tag with a pen.

    6. Tie a finished gift tag to a small bouquet of flowers as a souvenir for your guests to take as they leave. Or gift them to your bridal party and other friends and family, instead.

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  • Help your wedding guests find their tables with these fun, creative seating chart ideas! 

    1. Wreath Seating Chart

    Photo by Catherine Mac Photography

    Display a classic sign in a pretty botanical frame that coordinates with your bouquets, centerpieces, and other floral arrangements.

    2. Herb Seating Chart

    Photo by Peaches & Mint Photography

    Assigning a fresh herb to each table is a festive idea for a garden wedding or an eco-friendly affair!

    3. Clothesline Numbers Seating Chart

    Photo by The Melideos

    String oversized, three-dimensional numbers along a clothing line. Stream ribbons from each number and attach guests' place cards to the ribbons.

    4. Chalkboard Tree Slice Seating Chart

    Photo by Yair Haim Photography

    This rustic display can be easily DIY'd using chalkboard paint, tree slices, and jute rope.

    5. Doily Garland Seating Chart

    Photo by Daniel Kim Photography

    Create this charming, budget-friendly display with paper doilies, twine, and miniature clothes pins. Perfect for a barn setting or a wedding with a vintage vibe!

    You May Also Like...

    7 Ways to Display Your Wedding Seating Charts

    9 Unique Ways to Display Your Escort Cards

    14 Creative Escort Cards

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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff

    Thinking ahead to February weddings and Valentine's Day, these DIY wood veneer escort cards would be the perfect fit.

    They're super easy to make, inexpensive and fun. Plus, you can purchase the Satsuma mandarins from a local grocery, like Whole Foods. Making these an even more accessible DIY wedding project.

    Materials:

    Maple Wood Veneer Sheets Satsuma Mandarins Scissors Pencil

    How To:


    1. Start by drawing hearts in various shapes and sizes onto a sheet of wood veneer. Be sure to also draw a strip directly below the heart, so that each piece will be able to piece into the mandarins with ease.


    2. Next, cut out the shapes, with a pair of scissors or an Xacto knife, if you prefer.


    3. Then, write each guests name and table number on the wood shapes.


    4. Pierce each mandarin with the piece of wood and you're done.

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  • Whether you adore your pets or have a special place in your heart for a specific type of animal, it can be super-cute to incorporate this into your wedding décor. Here are a few ideas we’ve seen in real weddings.

    Centerpieces

    Animal topiaries are projected to be one of the hot décor items for 2015, and it’s a cute and subtle way to express your love for animals, whether you focus on a specific species or mix it up.


    Photo by James Moro Photography

    Escort Cards

    From figurines to paper cut outs, your escort cards can provide a fun nod to your animal of choice. Aside from the pig and bird options shown here, we’ve also seen escort cards dedicated to cats, elephants, horses, and more!


    Photos by (left to right) Joshua Zuckerman Photography, Gene Higa Photography

    Invitations

    We love how this invitation style doesn’t go too over-the-top with the animal motif – it’s still totally appropriate and sweet.


    Photo courtesy of April Twenty Five

    Guest Book

    What a fun idea for a guest sign-in board! Each guest signs a silhouette of a different sea creature – perfect for a wedding at an aquarium or near the water.


    Photo by Jack Looney Photography

    Cake Toppers

    We’ve seen a lot of animal cake toppers lately, but these are two of our favorites – a nod to the couple’s pet pooches and fun deer-themed style.


    Photos by (left to right) Rachel Pearlman Photography, Crystal Satriano Photography

    Check out more creative décor ideas from our Décor Editor »

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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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  • 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
  • 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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  • 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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