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Hi, loves + happy weekend! We received an email recently from a bride who was stuck when it came to what to give to her bridesmaids. She felt inundated with so many choices and ideas out there and she just wanted to find an easy bridesmaid gift she knew, for a fact, they would love. Our answer? A locket. A piece of jewelry is always a girl’s best friend and a locket can hold a special photo, which adds an extra special touch.
Do you want an easy way to add décor to your reception, or how about a creative way to ask bridesmaids to be a part of your wedding? You’ve come to the right place! Today we’re sharing four unique ways to use wedding wine labels, from asking your wedding party to celebrating long after the wedding is over. We’ve teamed up with our friends over at StickerYou to help us with this post, since they offer quality wine labels and specialize in wedding specific ideas. Here are a few ideas to inspire you!
Wedding Wine Labels
1. Will You Be My Bridesmaid?
When you’re ready to ask your bridesmaids to be in your wedding party, ask with a ‘Be My Bridesmaid’ label on her favorite bottle of wine. You can even upload a photo of the two of you for an extra special touch.
2. Table Numbers
One of my favorite ways that wine labels are being used in weddings is as custom table numbers: just remove your old wine label and place a custom table number label onto it. Now guests have wine for sipping right at their table—and you have an instant table number (without the need for a holder).
3. Table Wine with Fun Facts
If you want to offer multiple bottles of wine at each table, just order labels with fun facts about the newlyweds. You’ll be surprised how many guests will move table to table, just to read the different facts at each one! The facts can include anything from where you’ve traveled together to what movie you watched on your first date.
4. Wedding Gifts
Wine makes an excellent thank you gift for your wedding party members, parents, grandparents, or anyone who helped make your day special. A custom wine label will add a personalized touch whether you add your names, a custom ‘thank you’ message, the wedding date, or embellish the label with your wedding theme.
Wine also makes a great wedding gift for a newlywed couple. A guest could buy a case of wine and create a custom label for each bottle to celebrate future milestones, from “First Home” to “Honeymoon” to “First Baby”. There can even be labels for “5 Years” or “10 years” to celebrate on anniversaries.
Why Choose StickerYou Labels?
StickerYou’s wine labels are unique. Here are some qualities they have unlike other labels we’ve seen:
• writable with permanent marker • no minimum orders • removable without residue • waterproof • any size, any shape
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Short on time? Need a custom design?
StickerYou knows you are short on time and you may not have design skills; that’s why they offer tons of customizable templates on their site. It’s so easy! Find out more now at StickerYou.com and you’ll see why it’s an easy choice.
This is a sponsored post in collaboration with StickerYou.
Is there a sweeter gift for the father of the bride than this ‘Forever Your Little Girl’ photo idea? We think not. After seeing you in your gown for the first time, walking you down the aisle, sharing that Father / Daughter dance, and receiving this gift afterwards, he’s going to need a whole pack of handkerchiefs to contain his happy tears!
Forever Your Little Girl
It’s easy to borrow this idea: just grab a simple chalkboard and write ‘Forever Your Little Girl’ and use it as a photo prop while in your gown on your wedding day. (Fun Fact: If you’re an 80s kid and forget the ‘little’ part, it may seem like you’re quoting Paula Abdul’s top-selling album.) After the wedding, have the photo enlarged, printed and framed, or turn it into a canvas.