I bet when you picture a wedding, concrete doesn’t exactly spring to mind. But just hear me out…quick setting cement is so versatile and since it can be painted in a whole array of colours you can really go crazy colourful with it or keep it industrial depending on your preference! Today we’re going to…Details
Hello Jenny here from Hip Hip Hooray! If you’re jetting off to tie the knot in sunnier climes, shaping your big day around your love of travel, or perhaps you have lots of guests attending your wedding from all corners of the globe – then this vintage style airmail seating plan could be just the ticket! There’s some great news in store for brides with a tight budget to work around too – you can create this gorgeous seating plan using our free printables poster and escort cards. Kirsten of the Little Wedding Helper has styled it here with vintage suitcases, globes and other gorgeous travel themed accessories – but you can be as creative as you like; escort cards look lovely displayed in lots of different ways, including on old frames, hanging off a tree, pinned to a board or map, or even simply laid out on a table at the entrance to your reception.
Customising and printing your escort card seating plan couldn’t be easier, simply follow these easy steps and you’re ready to go…
Step 1: Download your free printable ‘Where in the world am I sitting’ poster here. Hit print and your poster should come out on standard ‘US Letter’ or ‘A4’ paper (depending on your location). The actual poster design will be 8” x 10” which is a standard frame size, should you wish to display it in a frame.Details
What’s that you say? You want a way to let your guests know where they’re going to sit PLUS give them a drink when they arrive? Well my dear, I have the solution for you and they’re ridiculously easy to make! Plus how cute do they look? You could obviously do this with any coloured ribbon and card to match your colour scheme! I went for polka dot since we’re a little bit obsessed with it at Bespoke Bride! We’ve also filled these glasses with Portuguese lemonade which is super refreshing for your guests but if you’re looking for something a little (ok…alot) stronger then why not try a blue Monday cocktail?Details