Date Stamps For Wedding Stationery

This week our wedding decoration of the week is for our DIY brides and grooms. Our date stamps can be used to stamp your wedding date onto any of your wedding decor for that personalised touch. Use the stamp to create your own save the dates, wedding favour labels, place cards, menus, stationery and more. The date stamps are really easy to use, just turn the cogs to display your wedding date, month and year.

Date Stamps For Wedding Stationery

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  • The stamp can be rotated to stamp your exact wedding date. The year goes from 2016 – 2027.
  • The stamp has a lovely metal handle in the shape of a cross and can look lovely displayed at your wedding as part of a DIY styling set up.
  • The stamp can also be used to announce other significant dates, the dates of your children’s births or just when writing letters.
  •  When printed the stamp measures 0.5 cm x 3cm
  • Sold with or without a black ink pad.
  • Price: £8 stamp only, £11 with black ink pad
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Create A Wedding Confetti Bar For Your Guests 

2016 saw the appearance of self-serve cocktail stations and sweet bars bursting with yummy treats, but 2017 is all about creating a DIY wedding confetti bar for your guests. Whether you’re planning a metallic wedding day bursting with glitz and glamour, a rustic barn celebration or a vintage affair, a confetti bar is a fabulous addition to your big day.

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A confetti bar is surprisingly simple and easy to style and it’s a wonderful way of adding to your venue decor. Plus, it gives you a chance to get creative and allows you to express your personality and wedding style. One of the best things about a wedding confetti bar is the fact that it can be designed to suit any theme and you can effortlessly make it unique.

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If you’re dreaming of a pretty vintage or country garden wedding theme, listen up! A quaint desk or table with an antique feel is the perfect base for your confetti bar. Use an old-fashioned sign, frame or chalkboard to let your guests know about your confetti bar, and stand it against the table. Fill vintage baskets with pretty petals and offer your guests cones adorned with lace detailing.

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Metallic wedding colour schemes are here to stay for 2017, so why not use gold as the inspiration for your wedding confetti bar? Metallic calligraphy written on mirrors or acrylic signs will look fab. Fill clear or gold vases with sequins, feathers or even glitter! You’ll sparkle for the rest of your wedding day. You could use a vintage-inspired bar cart as a base for your confetti bar – it’ll give your big day a dash of Gatsby glamour!

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There are no rules when it comes to confetti, and it seems more and more couples are opting for alternative confetti ideas. If you’re planning a rustic or destination wedding, we love the thought of using a variety of herbs as your confetti. From dried lavender to handfuls of mint – the choice is yours!

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We love the idea of displaying your confetti bar in a vintage chest of drawers, and using each draw as an compartment for different types and colours of confetti. Offer your guests scoops so that they can fill cones, jars or hessian bags with their chosen confetti. It’ll look ultra-stylish at your wedding venue, and it’ll be something your guests won’t have seen before.

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Wooden crates are seriously useful when it comes to wedding decor, and they can be used as part of your confetti bar. Fill the crates with loose petals, or use them as storage for kilner and mason jars brimming with confetti. They’re a fab touch if you’re opting for a rustic or country wedding theme, and they’ll fit in with your decor perfectly.

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If you’re stuck for ideas on how to decorate your confetti bar – don’t fret! Tassel garlands in a mixture of colours look gorgeous hung behind your confetti bar or along the top of the table. Why not spell out ‘Confetti Bar’ with some cute bunting and drape it across your confetti station?

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Offer your guests a variety of colours and types of confetti to choose from – they’ll love heading over to your bar and creating their very own cone of confetti.

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Are you planning a woodland wedding? Or perhaps you love the thought of an eco-friendly celebration? If so, consider creating a DIY confetti bar using natural flowers, leaves and woodland treasures. Simple wicker baskets will look lovely bursting with woodland-inspired confetti.

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There are so many ways to for your guests to collect their confetti. From mini burlap bags, pretty lace cones, jam jars, plastic cups or even baskets – the options are endless. Your guaranteed to find a style to suit your wedding theme! Our cotton bags have ‘Sprinkle Me‘ and ‘Throw Me‘ written on the front, giving them an extra special touch! You could even source personalised bags with your wedding date and names on the front.

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Our glass sweet jars are perfect for storing candy and tasty treats, but they also look wonderful filled to the brim with petals, glitter and colourful paper. Display on a table with a chalkboard sign and decorate to your chosen wedding style.

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A confetti bar adds a unique and fun touch to your wedding decor and it gives your guests a chance to get involved during your special day. Do you love the thought of a confetti bar?

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10 Ideas For Displaying Photos At Your Wedding 

Today’s post is all about displaying photos at your wedding. There are lots of lovely ways to include photographs at your wedding: photos of your lost loved ones, photos of you as a couple or maybe even photos of your parents and grandparents on their wedding days. Displaying photos at your wedding not only adds a personal touch, it can easily be part of your wedding venue decor. Photographs are inexpensive to source and give your guests an insight into your relationship, so if you love the idea of displaying photos at your wedding keep reading…

10 Ideas For Displaying Photos At Your Wedding

If you’re having an outdoor or Summer wedding, your photographs will look gorgeous displayed on a tree. Attach your photos to a roll of twine with some wooden pegs, and wrap around the tree trunk. You could decorate a number of trees, or simply just focus on one – you’ve got your very own family tree!

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You don’t just have to include old photographs at your wedding. Set up a mini photo-booth along with an instant polaroid camera. Your guests can take their photographs and then peg them on some twine attached to a frame. Time to get DIY savvy! This is a fab and easy way of keeping your wedding guests entertained, and you’re guaranteed to have a giggle at some of the photos!

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Alternatively, you could hang photo frames from the beams of your wedding venue. Use a variety of colours and sizes of frame to create interest. Mix with foliage and fairy lights for extra impact.

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Displaying photos at your wedding can be simple too. Why not just hang rows of your favourite photographs along the walls, windows and door frames?

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Rustic ladders are a fab addition to any wedding day. They can be used as part of your seating plan, shelving for your wedding cards and photograph displays! Put frames on each step of the ladder – this is a wonderful choice if you’re planning a rustic country barn celebration.

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If you’re looking for something completely different, you’ll adore this idea. Create a botanical-inspired photo display – this can be a simple DIY task for you and your bridesmaids! Simply paint a hula hoop ring in your colour scheme and tie a few ribbons to the top and bottom of the hoop. Stick your favourite photos along the ribbon and you’ve got yourself a unique photo display.

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There are lots of subtle ways to include photographs at your wedding – particularly if they are very special photos to you and your partner. Photos of your loved ones in small frames look beautiful tied around the stem of your wedding bouquet. Find out more wonderful ideas for personalising your wedding bouquet here.

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Wooden crates turned on their side make for a delightful wedding photograph display. Use a number of crates stacked on top of each other to add to your venue decor. Lots of small photographs attached to a roll of twine will look fab. You could create a timeline of your relationship as a couple in photographs – so romantic!

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Photographs can also be used as part of your seating plan and it’s a fun way for your guests to find their seats. You’ll need a polaroid photo of all of your wedding guests and then simply write their table number under their picture. Stick on a large wooden board and adorn with pretty blooms and foliage. If you use some golden oldies it’ll break the ice between your guests!

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Planning a vintage affair? Then some vintage or antique photographs of your family are a must-have! Everybody loves looking back at old photographs and it’ll definitely be a talking point.

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Brown Kraft Luggage Tags With Gold Polka Dots

This week our wedding decorations of the week are from our rustic glamour wedding stationery range. These brown kraft luggage tags with gold polka dots can be a lovely finishing touch to a rustic glamour styled wedding. The luggage tags come blank so can be written on by hand, enlist the help of someone with lovely handwriting or search for a calligrapher to write on them for you. Use as place settings, gift tags, favour tags, dessert table labels or whatever you fancy.

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  • Our rustic glamour wedding stationery range is made from brown kraft paper with gold foil polka dots and detailing.
  • These brown kraft luggage tags come ready for you to add your own writing (or send off to a talented friend or professional who is a whizz at calligraphy!)
  • Use the luggage tags as place cards, on tying the gold twine around sets of cutlery so show guests where they are sitting. Or use as gift tags for thank you gifts.
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Fab DIY Idea – Gin Bottles As Vases 

Wedding season is now in full swing, which means we’ve got tons of fab and fun décor ideas running through our heads. We couldn’t resist sharing one of our favourite ideas with you today; using gin bottles as vases for your wedding day. This is a unique idea that is simple yet effective, and your wedding venue is bound to look wonderful.

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Gin bottles may not be the first thing that come into your head when you think of vases, but there are so many ways of using them as part of your venue décor. You can also be super clever with your gin bottles, by matching them to your colour scheme. For instance, Gordon’s Gin will be perfect for a green wedding whereas Bombay Sapphire gin bottles will fit in fantastically with a blue theme. Gin bottles as vases work perfectly for table centrepieces to hold pretty flowers and candles, or you could simply dot them around your wedding venue or along your bar for a pop of colour.

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If you’ve opted for long banquet tables, I would recommend lining gin bottles along the middle of your tables – possibly every two places or so. They look fab standing tall on their own, but will also look great stood on a hessian table runner.

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There are a number of different ways you can use gin bottles as vases for round wedding tables. They’ll look fab placed on wooden tree slices for a rustic, outdoorsy wedding. Alternatively, if you’re planning a vintage affair, why not place gin bottles on antique books and suitcases? You’re guaranteed to transport your guests to a bygone era!

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You can also use gin bottles as vases for your wedding venue décor. A gin bottle full of beautiful blooms will look fab surrounded by tea lights – place in a small wooden crate for extra impact.

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They would also look wonderful dotted around your wedding venue entrance – you could include a mixture of different brands to create interest. It’s easy to create a fabulous wedding day based around this theme. You could offer your guests mini gin bottles as wedding favours. I love the thought of using the different brands of gin as table names, or you could stick numbers in each bottle to indicate the seating plan. There are tons of ways to get creative!

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But you don’t just have to use gin bottles as vases; you could use perfume bottles or wine bottles – all empty, of course! Bottles are a great DIY idea and they always look fab filled with flowers or candles.

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