Painted wood slices are up first today! Find out where you can get them painted for your wedding. Get on the list if you haven’t already!
If you’re planning a boho, farmhouse, or rustic wedding, you know that wood slices are all the rage! We love wood slices for centerpieces as an easy way to bring nature into your decor.
A wood slab or slice makes a great charger or candle holder and we’re seeing many couples pair these with candles (mercury glass votives, lanterns, mason jars filled with fairy lights, anything!) as a way to add a romantic glow and a rustic vibe to each reception table.
You can imagine our excitement when we spotted these painted wood slices by artist Jessie Created With Heart Shop, which pretty much takes wood slices to the next level! These botanical, floral, or even custom landscape designs will add a personalized element to your wedding decor and bright pops of color to your tables.
Each painted wood slice is hand-designed to be miniature works of art. Use them throughout your reception as a part of your centerpiece design: stand it upright propped against a well-lit lantern, and pair with a small bouquet of flowers. :) If you need a table number, this is a great option with plenty of rustic style.
The wood slice is not limited to florals alone: you can also get a special quote or verse, song lyrics, or landscape paintings instead.
After the wedding, your wood slice becomes an artful display at home. Plus, it already arrives pre-installed with a small hardware piece for easy hanging. Keep one from your wedding and give the rest away to close family and friends after the reception. Each slice is sealed with a protective coating.
Painted Wood Slices
Check out our favorite painted wood slices from the shop!
I love this look: Jessie is a talented artist and her customers adore working with her! Check out her shop here — you may remember her signature guest book we featured a few months back.
To see more designs or request a custom slice, visit the shop!
CreatedWithHeartShop is a Featured Artist at Emmaline Bride.
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