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Paper Lovelies on the Big Day

By Christyo8 @CTDESIGNSINC

Paper lovelies on the big day

Table number by CT-Designs


Ok brides-to-be, it's all happening. Your big day is just around the corner and it's going to be magical and full of beautiful details and love. But before you can swim in the afterglow of a wedding well done you've got some paper related details to think about. Here is a quick list:
  • ceremony wedding programs
  • reception menus
  • escort cards
  • place cards
  • table cards
  • favor tags
  • wedding guestbook

All these paper details help to guide your guests to where things are located and what things are. It may seem small but it's important, and your guests will appreciate a little guidance during your big day. I mean, come on---who doesn't like a sign or a label that says dessert bar or drinks this way?!

Paper lovelies on the big day

Reception sign from Ella Gent Ink


Paper lovelies on the big day

Vintage inspired buffet labels from Jacquelyn Vaccaro


Ceremony programs can give your guests some information on who's in the wedding, how the pair met, and background information on family and/or cultural traditions taking place during the ceremony. 
Not every reception is going to need place cards. You'll only have these lovely little papers if you have assigned seating. Aren't sure yet if you want to have assigned seating? Check out this recent feature in the New York Times Style section about seat assignments.

Paper lovelies on the big day

courtesy of Martha Stewart Weddings


The above pic is a great example of DIY place cards, these are made from stamps and folded paper.
 

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