Free Spanish Table Number Templates

Here is a new set of table numbers to add to our collection of free table number templates. This set is done in Spanish and includes the numbers from 1-20. They are in 6×4 format so, they should easily print on your computer. You can also copy and paste the numbers into Microsoft Word and print from there. Enjoy! Also, check out my other table number designs: Swirly Table Numbers, Oval Flower Table Numbers, Orange Pop Table Numbers, and Swirly Flowers.

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DIY Napkin Ring from Style Me Pretty

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I was browsing the Style Me Pretty website, when I run into this super cute DIY project. This is a napkin wrap that would be wonderful for a spring or summer wedding. I picture it at an outside wedding for some reason…. I don’t know why! Anyway here is the steps. Enjoy!

 

You can download the Eat, Drink and Be Married Napkin Wrap right here!

 

Materials

 

8.5 x 11? 80lb white card stock (like this from Paper-Source)
Color Printer
Paper Cutter
Double Sided Tape
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Instructions

 

1. Download the Eat, Drink and Be Married Napkin Wrap. Print using the highest settings on your color printer to ensure that the delicate text is crisp and clear. There are 2 wraps per sheet.

 

2. Cut each wrap on the black dotted line, making sure to cut off all of the black ink so that the edge of the wrap remains white.

 

3. Create a mock fold around your napkin to see where you should create the creases on each side of the wrap. After you are certain that the wrap will fit snuggly around the napkin, either fold the wraps by hand or using a bone folder.

 

4. Secure the wrap around the napkin using double sided tape. Please note, there is only a small amount of room to tape the wrap, so make sure that you fold the napkin small enough to allow a bit of extra room to tape the back of the wrap together.

 

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Fun DIY Fan Programs

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Here is a super cute DIY project from Intimate Weddings that is sure to keep your guests entertained. Many people  arrive at weddings early because they  fear to be late. That leaves them sitting idly. Well, with this program design you can keep them entertained. It is also a great option to keep kids entertained as well! Enjoy!

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Materials for DIY Wedding Programs:
– A2 sized folded cards (or cardstock cut to size and folded)
– Golf pencils, pre-drilled with holes wide enough for ribbon to pass through
– Popsicle sticks, also pre-drilled
– Scissors
– Needle with a large eye
– Corner rounder punch
– Double stick tape
– Thin ribbon

 

Note: A2 is a great size because there’s room for content, but they’re not so big that they’re floppy. If you go with a different size, make sure that when folded, the programs will be sturdy enough to write on.

 

Designing my programs was a snap with Microsoft Word. On the front, I put the basics – names, ceremony details, and bird graphics to match our wedding theme. To jazz up the back, I came up with three wedding related games for our guests to play while they waited for the ceremony to start: a Mad Lib, a fill-in-the-blank, and a word search.

 

I had tons of ideas for games that I ran out of time to use. How about a crossword puzzle, Sudoku, maze, or connect the dots?

 

Once you’ve designed your programs (making sure to fit the card dimensions), print the front and back onto the outside of the cards. I used my regular inkjet printer and had no problems.

 

To start assembling, open up a card and put double stick tape on three sides.
Then put double stick tape on both sides of a popsicle stick, covering about half of the stick. Center on the card and press in place.

 

Close the card, pressing to seal the edges.

 

Using the corner rounder punch, carefully round all four corners.

 

Cut a piece of ribbon that, when halved, is long enough to reach from the end of the popsicle stick to the end of the pencil, while still allowing enough slack to write on the program.

 

Thread the halved ribbon through the hole in the popsicle stick.

 

Use a lark’s head knot to secure.

 

Thread the two cut ends of the ribbon of the ribbon through a golf pencil.

 

Knot the ends to secure, then trim.

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Quick Tip ~ Forget Licking those Envelops

 

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Instead of licking tens of thousands of envelops for your save-the-dates, announcements, and invitations use stickers! You can take a couple different routs on this one. You can print your return address on labels and secure the envelops with those. Another option is to pick a sticker that has a pretty design on it to seal the envelop. The last option is to use a wax seal to close the envelope. This makes for a more secure closure and it is a quite fancy way to seal the envelop. Wax seals are almost vintage in nature. Not too many people use them, which makes them unique. Plus, it just looks wonderful!

 

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Free Table Number Templates~Swirly Flowers

I love the versatility of table numbers there are so many options. That is why table numbers are a great way to reinforce the theme of your wedding. It is the small details that make a wedding unique. However, stationary can be expensive. That is why I created these table numbers as a free download. I say save money wherever you can! Here are the numbers from 1-20. They are in 4×6 format so, they should easily print on your computer. You can also copy and paste the numbers into Microsoft Word and print from there. Enjoy! Also, check out my other table number designs: Swirly Table Numbers, Oval Flower Table Numbers, and Orange Pop Table Numbers.

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Save the Date Stickers

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Stationary takes up a big chunk of any wedding budget. This has some brides opting out of sending Save-the-Dates. However, if you are on a budget and cannot bear to loose Save-the-Dates here is a great option for you. Simply create Save-the-Date Stickers. Most stickers that you buy at Staples or your local office supply store come with Microsoft Word templates that you can customize yourself. Simply, customize your stickers with your name and dates. Send about three to each guest in a cute envelope and you have a one-of-a-kind Save-the-Date. These are great because your friends and family simply take the sticker and place them on their calendars as a friendly reminder.  Cute, unique, and functional. I LOVE it!
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Free Place Card Patterns

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Let’s face it, having a wedding is expensive. That is why we at Bridal Party Tees are trying to provide you with resources to cut your cost down. Instead of spending hundreds of dollars on stationery, print your own. You will save tons! Previously,  I posted Swirly Table Numbers, Orange Pop Table Numbers, and Flower Oval Table Numbers. Here are the place cards that match these table number patterns. Please note that the black borders featured above will not show when printed. They are simply to show the borders of the design.  I created these patterns in Microsoft Word to make it easy to edit. Simply download the patterns and type the names and table numbers in the space. If you need fonts check out www.dafont.com for great font options.

 

Place cards for Flower Oval Template

 

Place Cards for Swirly Templates

 

Orange Pop Place Cards

 

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Free Oval Table Number Templates

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Looking for table numbers for your wedding? Then here is a DIY option for you. I have designed these oval flower templates, which includes the numbers from 1-20. They are in 5×7  format so, they should easily print on your computer. You can also copy and paste the numbers into Microsoft Word and print from there. After you print the numbers simply cut them out. That’s it! Super easy. Enjoy!

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