Hi everyone! This is Katie from Chelle Paperie again, where we spend our days making custom wedding invitations and all kinds of custom stationery. As I mentioned in my earlier post, it’s the details that I love, and the details that I think make your wedding memorable, especially when it comes to your photos. I certainly planned my own wedding on a budget and I know what it means to get the most bang for your buck, so to all you wonderful IB readers out there, I wanted to offer you a way to get those bonus details without the added cost. Here you will find printable versions of table numbers (1-20) fill in the blank placecards, favor tags, thank you cards, napkin rings, welcome bag labels, and blank labels for your bar or dessert buffet. I hope you enjoy!
Notes About Making These : I printed all of these on a 130 lb white cover stock (I would use 80lb on the napkin rings when making them again) and cut them using a simple craft sized paper cutter and a pair of scissors. I would suggest using an 1/8 inch craft punch, rather than your standard office supply store 1/4 inch size. The only additional materials you will need to purchase will be a ribbon of your choice (1/8th to 1/4 inch thick) and some 4bar sized envelopes for the thank you cards. For the program covers, just print out your interior pages on text weight paper, fold them in half and either staple or tie in with ribbon along the spine.
Thank you again to Maddy for inviting all of us to post this week. It has been a pleasure!
Images from Chelle Paperie.
This is the dream for all DIY brides out there who are lacking a bit in the creative design department! Thank you!
Look at all these talented women’s guest posts… these are great so cute!
These are lovely! Thank you so much on behalf of all of us DIY brides!
What a wonderful offering. Bookmarked for my own special day!
Where can I get the metal holders holding the cards?
Michael and Anna Costa says
Those cloudy bubbles make these invitations so lovely!