With record low temps all around the US today, this Maui beach wedding has us remembering warmer days. Marla and Shawn were married this past July barefoot on Baldwin Beach, Maui. After 16 years together, they made their dream come true of having a beach wedding. Highlights of their Maui beach wedding include rainbows, music by Ukelele, coconut drinks, and post ceremony trash-the-dress. The photographer capturing this awesome couple was Wendy from Ardolino Photography. See all the photos next…
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What will your table numbers look like? What kind of table number holders will you use? Before you pick out the perfect table numbers for your wedding, read this post! We’ve gathered four of the most important tips for table numbers at weddings to ensure guests will take notice of your selection. Plus, you can win table number (or photo) holders for your own soirée. Read on for the full scoop!
Table Numbers at Weddings
1. Add your own personalized twist.
Creativity is key! When you incorporate things, places, or hobbies you love, guests get a sneak peek into your unique story. For instance, consider using some of these wedding table name ideas instead of ‘numbers’ for a punch of personalization.
Planning a coastal wedding? Set the theme and tone right from the start with these charming invites. We spotted these coastal wedding invitations at In Or Out Media inspired by the Maine coast with watercolors, simple typography, and a slightly rustic feel. Can you imagine a “dinner picnic by the sea”? It sounds so lovely to me. Find out more…
Have you considered a beach bridal shower? We’ve shared plenty of beach wedding ideas in the past, and most of these can be converted to bridal shower ideas, too. Today we’re sharing a few of our favorite beach bridal shower ideas PLUS the chance to win FREE favors by Paper Ink Love! Enjoy!
Beach Bridal Shower Ideas
The most popular color palette for a beach bridal shower is blue, white, and beige (think blue skies, white puffy clouds, and sand). Consider white and blue paper lanterns, painted mason jars, paper mache letters (I love these new 3D letters), and candle lanterns for tables.