In the spring of 2009, I “married” my husband three times! First we filed the legal paperwork to be married (it’s a very cut and dry ordeal in S. Korea), then we had a traditional Korean wedding ceremony, and lastly, we had a wedding reception in California. This series is dedicated to the last event, which was truly my DIY masterpiece. Nearly every aspect of our travel-themed wedding was a DIY project that I poured my heart into. With my fourth wedding anniversary around the corner, I’m feeling full of love and generosity! I hope you enjoy this series of DIY wedding projects!
Relative to my other DIY wedding projects, these placecards were a breeze.
I decided to make the placecards look like mini-boarding passes, and to color-coordinate the cards based on guests’ meal preferences to make it easier for the servers during the reception.
I simply printed my designs on yellow and green cardstock to be folded in half. If I have time, I want to be able to write people’s names in calligraphy. Also, the table assignments will be done by countries instead of numbers. That is, if your boarding pass lists “Vietnam” as your destination, then please head over to the “Vietnam” table, and you can also check out pictures of our trip there placed around the centerpiece. I’m hoping that this also encourages people to visit other tables :)!
So here they are!