Our eat drink and be married stickers are one of our most popular personalised stickers. The stickers can be personalised with the name of the couple and wedding date. Though we have also seen them used for anniversary parties as well.
If there will be wine bottles on the tables add one of our ‘eat, drink and be married’ stickers to one of our luggage tags and loop over the neck of the bottle.
If you are giving a bottle to any of your ushers or other guests one of our ‘eat, drink and be married’ stickers would make a lovely finishing touch.
The stickers read ‘Eat, Drink & Be Married. Have a drink on us’ with the name of the couple and wedding date below.
Our stickers are made from brown paper with a rustic finish, the paper has a textured finish to add to the rustic style. Our wedding favour stickers measure 6.3cm x 4.6cm and you get 18 stickers per sheet.
Wedding table numbers are a huge part of your table décor and they are a creative way of reflecting your chosen wedding theme. You want to make them look gorgeous, while making it clear for your guests which table is which. Take a look at our fab ideas on how to display your wedding table numbers. From rustic styles to elegant ideas, we’ve got it covered…
Vintage Photo Frames
Vintage, antique or even metallic photo frames are a wonderful way of indicating your wedding table numbers. They’ll look incredibly stylish on their own, but if you really want to a creative centrepiece add a few mini photo-frames with some loved-up pictures of yourselves! This is a fab way of personalising your table centrepieces and will be a talking point for your wedding guests.
Personalised wine bottles are a fun, unique way of displaying your wedding table numbers. If you love the thought of this, take a look at our rustic brown stickers. Each sticker shows the table number and says ‘have a drink on us!’ – your guests will adore this idea!
These slate luggage tags are a seriously chic way of showing your wedding table numbers. They’re perfect if you’re planning a rustic wedding or a grey colour scheme. The textured slate evokes a natural feel to your wedding décor. You could use slate throughout your wedding décor by creating slate signs for directions around your venue, or to show the order of the day.
Calligraphy fonts and metallic are a seriously hot wedding trend for 2016, so why not combine them both for your wedding table numbers? Gold calligraphy table numbers are the perfect choice if you want to add a dash of glitz and glamour to your special day. Add to a floral arrangement for a beautiful, feminine touch.
Tree slices have always been popular with county and outdoor weddings, but have you ever considered using them as wedding table numbers? Prop up against a pretty vase full of flowers and use as a table centrepieces.
If a rustic wedding is your style, why not use wooden crates to display your wedding table numbers? Hang your table number cards from the crate using twine and wooden pegs. Surround with foliage or tea lights for maximum impact.
Hessian fabric can be extremely versatile when it comes to your wedding table numbers. It’s the perfect material if your wedding theme is rustic or country inspired. Wrap hessian around mason jars or vases full of flowers as a super pretty centrepiece.
If you’re planning a rustic or country barn wedding day, you’ll know that hessian is big news in the world of weddings. Take a look at our top 10 hessian wedding ideas to see how you can use hessian on your big day…
Hessian Wedding Stationery
A simple yet effective way of using hessian is by incorporating it into your wedding stationery. This will give a subtle nod towards your theme and it’ll get your guests super excited.
Trying to find the perfect table décor? Hessian table runners are the perfect addition to any wedding reception. They add a rustic touch and look fab with wooden tree slices and mason jars full of flowers.
Why not consider using hessian ribbon as a wedding cake decoration? A 3-tier white cake will look fab with ribbon on each layer. This is a very purse-friendly way of decorating your cake, and can make even the simplest of cakes look incredible.
Gone are the days of satin table covers – now it’s all about hessian! Jazz up your chairs with a hessian bow. If you’re on a budget, why not use the hessian on just the bride and groom chairs? It’ll definitely make them stand out!
Mason and jam jars full of flowers are always popular, and they’ll look even beautiful with hessian fabric tied around each jar. If you wanted to go all out with your reception décor, you could even add lace or coloured ribbon on top of the hessian. Perfect for a DIY bride! There are tons of fab hessian wedding ideas for your decor – take a look at them here!
Who doesn’t love bunting? It’s such a fab way to decorate your wedding venue, gift table and even the top table! ‘Mr and Mrs’ bunting will look wonderful hanging from your wedding venue entrance. You’ll love our ‘Just Married’ bunting – perfect as props for your wedding photographs!
Are you tying the knot in the great outdoors? Then you’ll love this rustic wedding idea! A wooden archway decorated with hessian fabric will look so romantic. Adorn the archway and hessian with your wedding flowers for a natural, countryside style.
This week our wedding decorations of the week are our small blackboard signs for weddings. These small blackboard signs are ideal for writing notes on for your guests, turning them into personalised signs. They could be used for signs near your guestbook, table plan, dessert table or even use them as table numbers / table names. The signs are free standing which is great as you don’t have to find a wall or prop to lean them against to ensure they stand up!
Our free standing blackboard signs are ideal for using as informal signs and notices at your wedding.
The chalkboard signs come in either landscape or portrait depending on what you intend to use them for.
The portrait chalkboard signs are ideal for writing your table numbers on. As the signs are free standing they can be placed anywhere on your guest tables.
The landscape signs are more suitable if you are naming your tables or want to write a message to your guests. We like the idea of making a sign showing guests where to sign your guest book, labelling the desserts on your dessert table or showing the details of your wedding hashtag.
These blackboard signs can be written on in chalk or a chalk pen.
Choosing the perfect colour scheme for your wedding day is one of the first hurdles of wedding planning to overcome. It needs to fit in with the season, reflect your personalities as a couple and look gorgeous! Today we’re looking at a super sweet colour scheme that is made for a Spring or Summer celebration: a soft peach and blue colour scheme.
How To Create A Peach And Blue Colour Scheme
This unusual yet heavenly colour combination is not frequently seen in the world of weddings, but it’s such a pretty colour scheme that we couldn’t resist sharing it with you! Give your guests a subtle hint towards your delightful colour scheme with your wedding stationery. You could opt for invitations in either blue or peach, or find a lovely floral design that includes both.
One of the easiest ways to reflect our peach and blue colour scheme is through your bridesmaids’ dresses. Long, billowing gowns in powder blue shades will look beautiful paired with a peach-inspired bouquet. Blue is a seriously popular colour for bridesmaids so you’re guaranteed to find something that your girls will love. Alternatively, you could choose champagne coloured gowns and a bouquet that focuses mainly on blue blooms. Mismatched bridesmaid’s dresses are always a popular choice, so why not dress half in blue and the other half in peach? Keep it looking coordinated with dresses that are similar styles or fabrics.
It’s incredibly easy to incorporate a peach and blue colour scheme into your aisle style. Have you thought about wearing powder blue or soft peach coloured shoes? You could even don bridal separates and wear a blue skirt? Brides are loving two pieces, and it seems that this trend is here to stay. Your hubby-to-be will look divine in a cool blue, grey or cream suit with a peach coloured tie and buttonhole. A range of suit colours fit in with this theme, so he will be spoilt for choice!
You have tons of choice when it comes to your wedding flowers – peonies, roses and hydrangeas in varied shades of blue and peach will make for a beautiful bouquet. Tie a pastel blue or peach ribbon around the stem of your bouquet for a wonderfully elegant touch.
When it comes to your wedding décor you can go down a number of different routes. You could create a rustic feel to your colour scheme by adding hessian and wooden touches throughout your décor. For instance, hessian table runners and wooden tree slices as table centrepieces will look incredible against the contrast of blue and peach. On the other hand, you could keep it simple by adding white accents throughout your reception. A white table cloth and chair covers will really bring out the two shades, making the colours pop.
Adorn your wedding tables with lots of flowers – as this is colour scheme that suits Spring and Summer you want to make the most of blooms. Peaches are obviously must-have wedding favours! You could even use them as place settings, by putting a mini flag in each peach with your guests’ names on.
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