Ex­press your­self

New Zealand Weddings - - MOODBOARD -

Write a per­son­alised note to each of your guests, pop it in a pretty en­ve­lope and at­tach it to each place card . Use fo­liage to spell out the word “al­ways” as an al­ter­na­tive for your flower girl or ring bearer to carry. Mono­grammed glass­ware looks stun­ning on your head ta­ble, or try mono­gram­ming glass­ware with your guests’ names, which can dou­ble as both a place card and favour. Rather than a unity sand or can­dle cer­e­mony, have a sten­cil made which is placed over a can­vas. Dur­ing the cer­e­mony the bride and groom each paint a dif­fer­ent colour onto the can­vas. and when the sten­cil is re­moved there re­mains a piece of beau­ti­ful art­work to hang in your home. This could be a mono­gram, your wed­ding date, or a phrase that has unique mean­ing to you. Your cake is the per­fect place to dis­play your favourite song lyrics, a poem or a por­tion of your wed­ding vows.

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