DIY Wire Reception Table Numbers

Diy Table Number Wedding Ideas
 Table numbers always seem to be one of the hardest reception table details to brainstorm when we’re planning a shoot or helping with a real wedding. There are only so many unique ways to display numbers on a table, but Joy Thigpen recently came up with this great little diy wedding idea created with simple wire we sourced at home depot. Obviously, some numbers will be more difficult to create than others, but overall we were really pleased how cheap and chic this idea turned out to be.

Photography by Ali Harper // Styling by Joy Thigpen

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09.18.12 / DIY Weddings, Featured

DIY Wire Rock Place Cards

Rock Table Setting

Taking the same wire we used for this reception table diy, we wrapped it around some lovely river rocks and attached a place card on top. Voila!

Photography: Rylee Hitchner // Styling: Joy Thigpen // Calligraphy: Neithersnow 

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09.18.12 / DIY Weddings, Featured

Win a Wedding Ring from Catbird!

Catbird

We have an exciting giveaway to announce to all of our amazing readers. Today, you can win $200 toward a wedding ring from Catbird. All you have to do is click the link above to enter, it’s that easy, no purchase necessary! Catbird is a jewelry (and much, much more) shop located in NYC. Their emphasis is on jewelry but they also love glassware, terrariums, candlesticks, cards, water bottles, tooth fairy boxes, candles, art, boxes and trays, compasses, old fashioned toys, fancy things to put in your hair, you name it! If you live in NYC, you should really stop by, but if not, be sure to check out their website and browse all of their lovely treasures. We are thrilled to partner with Catbird to offer our faithful Once Wed readers the chance to win money toward their dream wedding ring. This contest ends next Tuesday– good luck!

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09.18.12 / Featured, News Blog

Peaceful Seaside Wedding Inspiration

This peaceful seaside wedding inspiration is brought to you from Whidbey Island on the Puget Sound. How would you like to get married inside that driftwood fort atop of those cool, muted blue pebbles? This location is just so serene and natural and surely would put any bride’s nerves at ease. We hope this peaceful seaside wedding inspiration will bring you to summer’s end with a smile.

Photography: Brooke Boling // Flowers: Forget Me Not Farms // Location: Double Bluff Beach, Whidbey Island // Invitations: Bonnie Cross with Tenn Hens // Calligraphy and Table Numbers: Maureen Koo // Dresses: Claire PettiboneInes Di Santo // Shoes: Charlotte Russe

09.17.12 / Featured, Wedding Ideas Blog