Personalize your wedding invitations and really create a “wow” moment for your guests, who will undoubtedly be touched by the effort you put into them.
Go robust when it comes to centerpieces. Use flowers that have a full shape such as roses or hydrangeas. They’re also sturdy and won’t easily break. Find cute jars, vases or unique rustic bottles to hold your arrangement.
They’re quickly gaining in popularity because they are versatile and inexpensive. Purchase a large chalkboard that gives you room to work with, then design your guest greeting in your favorite font with paint pens in your wedding colors.
Order flowers and fillers from a reputable wholesaler, then get your bridesmaids together for a fun time creating your arrangements. Shoot for three blooms and a filler, for the middle of the bouquet.
Check out a few local vintage shops, and find a cool vintage suitcase for guest cards. Set the suitcase up at your reception, near the guestbook, then find some wooden letters to spell out cards and stick them on the opening of the suitcase or nearby.
Create your menu cards online at home if you have Word, Pages or InDesign. Choose your font, copy and format, then select a background, border and design that uses your wedding’s colors and theme.