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.
I adore the idea of using stamps at your wedding! Stamps are super versatile, and you can use them with almost anything. They add a fab DIY touch and can be wonderfully personal to you and your partner.
Put your own stamp on your wedding day with our favourite ideas…
If you’re having a kids table at your wedding or even if they’re sat with the adults, it’s always worth proving fun goody bags to keep the children entertained. Stamps are an essential when it comes to goody bags! Provide a few different shapes that the children will love, and some plain paper and of course, stamp ink.
Show your guests to their seats in style with cute stamp table numbers. You could use numbers or even letters of the alphabet. Stamp onto rustic brown paper and place on a vintage stand, or wrap it around a jar full of pretty blooms. Looking for something extra simple? Stamp numbers onto a square piece of wood – it’s all you need and it’s also budget-friendly.
Kick-start your stamp wedding theme with your save the dates. A small brown card or even a rustic luggage tag will look fab with a save-the-date stamp. Hand-write the details on the back, or source a bespoke stamp with all the information. Our save the date stamp can be used on anything from gift tags to pieces of wood!
Wedding favours can be difficult to choose, but add a personal stamp to them and your guests are guaranteed to smile. If you’ve got a box of yummy treats such as mints, why not stamp a little message on the top of the box – ‘MINT TO BE’ is always a popular choice! Alternatively add a luggage tag to your favours, with your names and date of your wedding on each stamp. This just adds an extra special touch that will be completely unique to your special day!
Your wedding table centrepieces should be the focal point of your table, so you want to be sure they’re fabulous! There are so many different ways you can use stamps as part of your centrepieces, so there is something for every wedding style out there. Planning a rustic affair? Then why not opt for a wooden crate full of beautiful flowers? You could use larger stamps to print out your wedding table numbers or ‘Mr and Mrs’ onto the side of each crate. For a country garden inspired wedding, a little plant pot in the middle of each table will look lovely with ‘LOVE’ stamped onto the front.
You can easily use a personalised stamp as your wedding trademark, and your guests will love seeing it used throughout your wedding day. Use the initial stamp on the envelopes of your invites, and then use them on your wedding program and even signs!
This week our wedding decoration of the week is for anyone making something for their wedding. Are you having a go at making your own wedding favours, perhaps you are making cakes for your dessert table or have created lovely gifts for your bridesmaids and flower girls. Let your guests know these items have been handmade by using our ‘Handmade with love’ stamp. Stamp directly onto the back of your handmade item or onto a luggage tag and tie around the item. We love handmade decorations, handmade favours (especially jam!) and wedding day stationery and signs.
Handmade Stamp – Stamp For Handmade Wedding Details
This week our wedding decoration of the week is our fir tree stamp. This rubber stamp with a wooden back comes with a black ink pad and is perfect for winter wedding DIY touches. Use the stamp on your wedding stationery, gift cards and more. We love the idea of using it on your guest wedding place cards for a winter wedding. Stamp a fir tree on a luggage tag and then write their names placing it on their napkin so they know where to sit.
If you consider yourself a DIY bride or want to add finishing touches to your wedding decorations or stationery you must check out our latest additions to our DIY Bride collection. We have recently added a whole host of new rubber wedding stamps, from Save The Date to To Have & To Hold as well as lovely stickers which can be added to wedding stationery or favours and some fab gift tags too. Read on to see our latest DIY wedding bits and pieces.
Add a DIY finish to your wedding favours, gift wrapping or stationery with our ‘To Have And To Hold’ stamp. We think they look lovely on our little wedding favour envelopes which you could fill with sweets.
For a winter wedding we love this little fir tree stamp. Add it to your menus or table numbers if you are making them yourself. For a winter place card you write your guests names on luggage tags and add a fir tree stamp.
Whether you are looking for round wedding stickers to add to your wedding favours, luggage tags for gift wrapping or to stick down our gift bags these are just perfect. The sheet of assorted stickers comes with words including Love, Mr & Mrs, Something Old, New, Borrowed & Blue…
Wedding Gift Tags – Variety Of Tags For Wedding Favours & Gift Wrapping £0.75
Our gift tags with scalloped edges come in a variety of designs. For wedding favours you may like our ‘Thank You’ or ‘Handmade’ design and for gift wrapping our ‘Made With Love’ and ‘With Much Love’ can be perfect. The tags are blank on the back so you can add your own message.
Wooden Gift Tags For Weddings – Place Cards or Gift Tags £1 – £1.60
Our little wooden gift tags can be great for rustic or woodland weddings. Choose the blank wooden gift tags if you want to use them as wedding place settings, you can write the guests names on the tags and lay them on their napkins. For gift wrapping or favours you may also like our other wooden gift tags.
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