A couple of weeks ago i rounded up some table name ideas, which went down a storm. So today i am looking at the styling of your table plan.
If you are opting for an organised table plan, you can go all out and get totally creative. Enlisting a fabulous stationer to design a bold graphic design, or DIYing your own. Think about the theme or ideas behind your wedding day or table names. Use colours or items you love, or why not go for an escort card table.
All of the below table plans are from real weddings, by real couples featured on WWW, just click on the links below the image to see their whole wedding feature.
Who doesn’t love a pretty table plan? Go floral, use bunting, fabric or tissue paper to create the prettiest display.
Images | Marshal Gray, full wedding here. | Chris Giles Photography, full wedding here. | Kari Bellamy Photography, full wedding here. | The Image Garden Photography, full wedding here. | Rebecca Wedding Photography, full wedding here. | S6 Photography, full wedding here. | Dasha Caffrey, full wedding here. |
Tags: Alternative Table Plan Ideas, Escort Card Ideas, Planning, Seating Plan Ideas, Table Plan DIY, Table Plan Ideas, Unique Table Plan Ideas
Something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue is something i see and hear brides talking about even now. It’s a lovely tradition that gets a bride and her family thinking about how to include sentimental items in her wedding outfit. The personality of a bride can really shine through the lovely items she chooses.
So today i have rounded up some simple ideas to get you thinking about your something old, new, borrowed and blue… I’d also love to hear your plans in the comments box below :-)
Don a vintage frock.
Wear your favourite shoes.
Choose sentimental jewellery from your jewellery box.
Paint your nails in your best varnish.
Wear your glasses. (more…)
Tags: Planning, Something Blue, Something Borrowed, Something New, Something Old, Wedding Traditions
A quick afternoon post today as i have just heard from WWW sponsors Froufrou Bridal Boutique that they are hosting an amazing sample sale featuring some of the most swoonworthy bridal designers on the market. I leave you with Froufrou to tell you all. Clear your diary quick sharp ;-) XOXO Lou
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Its time to focus on the boys. Buttonholes or boutonnieres can be a lovely detail on your wedding day, tying in the boys with the rest of the wedding party, or perhaps injecting a little fun and personality.
I have scoured the WWW archives for some of the most stylish grooms featured on these very pages, all of whom made the most of their lapel.
I love a quirky buttonhole, think alternative unusual blooms and ribbons to finish.
Images | 1. On Love and Photography, full wedding here | 2. Milkbottle Photography, full wedding here |3. Urban Bridesmaid, full wedding here |4. Lisa Devine, full wedding here | 5. James Melia, full wedding here |6. Kristy Field, full wedding here | 7. Rebecca Wedding Photography, full wedding here | 8. James and Lianne Photography, full wedding here |
Tags: Alternative Buttonholes & Boutonnieres, Planning, Wedding Buttonholes & Boutonnieres, Wedding Flower Ideas
It’s the little details that your guests will notice at your wedding, and your table names are no exception. You could make things easy and stick to numbers, or you could have fun and really represent yourselves as a couple.
Your table names could break the ice and start conversation. You could let your guests get to know you know as a couple even more, or perhaps create a fun game with your table names.
Once you have chosen them, then you can have fun deciding how to display your table plan and table names.
To help start you off, i have rounded up 50 table name ideas. If you want to find out more or see images of that wedding’s table names simply click on the link.
Keep It Simple
No Table Plan – like Helena and Mark’s wedding here.
Numbers – like Craig and Erika’s wedding here.
Letters – like Ruth and Max’s wedding here.
Cities – like Katherine and Craig’s wedding here.
Bands – like Jules and Gregg’s wedding here.
Books – like Rachael and Kieran’s wedding here.
Colours – like Bernadette and David’s wedding here.
Holidays – like Anna and Mike’s wedding here.
Films – like Kelly and Leon’s wedding here.
Firsts – like Holly and Tom’s wedding here.
Or how about; Transport, Songs, Symbols or Sports.
Pubs – like Cara and Mike’s wedding here.