Napkin rings. Boring, right? That’s what I used to think, too, until I spotted these! Napkin rings are one of the easiest ways to decorate a place setting. Plus, they’re functional, too. For instance, for an outdoor wedding, napkin rings will ‘weigh down’ the napkin so it stays put. Indoors, makeshift napkin rings (use twine, paper, and a pretty pen) can also serve as place cards for guests. Need a menu? Try a menu wrap which keeps a napkin tied and shows guests the menu. See? It turns out napkin rings aren’t so boring after all. To prove it, I’ve rounded up twenty-one napkin rings for weddings to get those reception ideas flowing… which one is your favorite?
Napkin Rings for Weddings
These chalkboard napkin rings make perfect place cards, too!
On a budget? You don’t need to take out a second mortgage to buy 200+ napkin rings. If you’re worried about the cost, just budget enough for your sweetheart table or your wedding party as more of a ‘VIP’ section. And, don’t forget to re-use them for future dinner parties.
Thank you so much for including Brittany’s Best rings in this fine collection. I’ve really enjoyed reading your blog!
I’ve always been delighted at how napkin rings (some not even “rings” at all) can dress up a table so easily. Wonderful variety you’ve featured here!
Thank you for featuring my handmade flower napkin holder. Truly honored to be part of this creative list.
Thank you so much for featuring my crochet embellishments along with all of these beautiful choices!
Thanks for sharing our napkin ring menu! We have a few other styles up in the shop and are always up for custom orders!! Love your blog!!! A bride of mine shared it with me a few months ago and I’ve always wanted to be featured!!
Laura at Invited By LamaWorks
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