Sunday, October 30, 2011

Wedding Crafting

This weekend at mum's my main aim was to get a couple of wedding things crossed off the list.  I am happy to say that I got two of them marked off.  I managed to make 111 place cards for our reception and some reserved signs for the ceremony.


I made the place cards in Word and printed them onto a textured cardstock.  Then I had to cut them all out and fold them.  It was time consuming but easy!!!  I am really happy with how they turned out.  They are simple but pretty.

Reserved Signs

I also wanted to make some signs to reserve the front two rows at our ceremony for family.  I wanted to ensure that my grandparents, parents and Corey's family got good seats.  I know this is pretty standard but the last wedding I went to people sat wherever and took up all the seats and when the bride's family arrived no one moved for them.  So I made these little reserved signs.  All I need to do is tie some ribbon on and they're all done.

I have a few more projects I want to do for the wedding but they are pretty simple and shouldn't take up too much time.  The major one is our seating chart which I can't wait to share.  Hopefully I will have that up by the end of the week.

1 comment:

  1. Love the font that you have used and the colours you have chosen ... so nice


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