Photos courtesy of Pinterest
Seems like a minor detail right? Definitely not. While it’s not a make or break-it project for your party or wedding, it can make a difference in your event photos. Whether you’re the creative type (haha) or not, this is one easy way to spruce up your table centerpiece from the mundane (and distracting really) paper/photo on a tall metal holder. No matter what your budget, table numbers and cards can be cute, themed and add dimension to your centerpiece. They should be a compliment to the centerpiece not a distraction. There are hundreds of ideas so start at the Pinterest link above and check out my favorite real wedding table number here (Italian house numbers). Feel free to share your ideas!
Photos: Edyta Szyszlo
Yesterday, my lovely and inspiring collaboration wedding shoot was featured on Style Me Pretty! And now I get to share the goodies, finally ;) So today we have part one and tomorrow part two. I worked with a fantastic group of ladies from the Bay Area. You must check out their work and HIRE them for your own wedding! And I’m going to go ahead and call a wedding trend for 2011 – outdoor flea market vintage meets GLAM!
Design and Styling: Alexis Ring and Brook Holton of Nonpareil Event Planning and Design, Event Rentals: Hartmann Studios, Floral: Lidia Sadoun of La Fleuriste, Desserts: Heather Johnson of Adelphi Productions, Letterpress: Olivia San Mateo of Olive-Route, Calligraphy: Kelley Slebos of Analog Inks (more…)
Photo courtesy of 100 Layer Cake
Whew moving is never easy :) I’m finally in STL and at my temp computer desk, yay! You have to check out this oh-so sweet diy table number idea – bravo Jillian!