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April 23, 2015

Personalized Touches: Wooden Tag Place Cards

By sdwedding
Personalized touches make a wedding more your own. Your place card display is usually the first thing your guests see as they enter your reception. It should therefore reflect the style of your wedding. To create fun, casual place cards, we used wooden tags and imprinted them with bright paint and rubber stamps.
You will need:
Wooden Gift Tags (Michael’s Craft Store)
Stamp Pad(s) for mixed media (Michael’s Craft Store)
Assorted Rubber Stamps

For our event, we used the place cards as meal indicators. We selected a fork and spoon rubber stamp design for each tag and then used alphabet stamps to spell out the meal choice. You could also imprint each guest’s name using the alphabet stamps.

To create the place cards, simply press the rubber stamp into the stamp pad and then carefully press the stamp onto the wooden tag. Be sure to press straight down and straight up so you don’t smear the design.

We then tied a small bow to each place card using thin ribbon. You could also tie loops and hang the cards from a frame or tree or leave loose ribbon attached to create a book mark style tag.
Submitted from our guest blogger-Kristin of Stephanie Rose Events, Fine Wedding Planning & Design, 858-461-8423. We appreciate the contribution to our San Diego Style Weddings Blog. Follow us for her weekly new craft or insight on ways to personalize your wedding!