Have you ever thought of making your own DIY wedding menu? Or how about your own DIY place card setting? I did both!
After partnering up with Xyron and Anna Griffin, L&L was put to the challenge of making our own fabulous DIY menu and table place setting card! The trick to making these DIYs look so darn good is the amazing products that Anna Griffin and Xyron have to offer.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
- Soft Hues Metallic Paper Kit
- 3D Bouquet Border Stickers
- 60pc Flocked Papers
- Paper Cutter
- Glue Stick
- 9” Creative Station Laminate by Xyron (Optional)
Step 1: Create and print out your own wedding menu, I used Microsoft Word. Print the menu on Anna Griffin’s Soft Hues Metallic Paper. I used the fonts Dragon is Coming and Adorn Copperplate. You can be as creative as you want with the layout of your menu.
Step 2: Use a paper cutter to cut the menu to the shape your think will look best. I wanted my menu to be long and skinny to show off the beautiful paper border.
Step 3: Next take your Anna Griffin Flocked Paper (feels like velvety goodness) and lineup your finished menu with the flocked paper. Use a pencil and a ruler to measure out: A) where you think the menu will look best, and B) how big of a border you would like to have around the finished menu. I wanted a larger border on top, so I measured a separate piece of flocked paper for the top of the finished menu.
Tip: Once you have figured out your border widths, use a ruler and take note of the measurements and sizes so that all of your menus will be uniform.
Step 4: Use your glue stick to glue all 3 sheets together.
Step 5: Complete the menu by taking the Ann Griffin 3D Bouquet Border Stickers and place it on top.
Table Place Setting Card
Here’s What You’ll Need:
- Festive Flags
- 20th Anniversary Sticker Kit
- Mini colored clothes pegs
- Metallic Marker
If you are making place card for your wedding, consider a project that is easy. When I saw the package of Ann Griffin Festive Flags I knew right away what I wanted to do with them. I first wrote my guest’s name on the festive flag with a gold metallic pen and then added a flower. Each flower has an adhesive sticker, so it was super easy to peel and stick. I had mini clothes pegs from another project, which can hold the guest’s name in place on their wine glass at the table.
Remember: when you are tackling DIY projects for your wedding start early and don’t make the project overly complex. If you have a lot of DIYs, the easier the project the better.
Despite her dreamy wedding blogger lifestyle, Meredith's day job is running ClassicVeils.com and a full-time mom to an active toddler. If she could, Meredith would spend her days taking cruises, helping animals in need, and watching Big Brother!