Hey, lovelies! Ok, so… kitchen tile, place cards? That’s what we’re talking about today, one of the surprisingly new trends hitting wedding tables this year. Marble-inspired textural invitations, table numbers, marble registry finds, even marble guest books have been charming their way into weddings for awhile now, so it’s no surprise actual marble tile eventually made its way onto the market. But this doesn’t look like the kitchen or bathroom tile you would imagine; thanks to beautiful hand-lettering by calligraphy artists, ordinary marble tiles become wedding-worthy place cards that add visual interest and texture to your place settings. Take a look at these hexagon tile marble place cards we spotted and you’ll see why this is one trend that’s definitely sticking around. Enjoy!
Marble Place Cards
If you’re skilled in hand-lettering, you can purchase hexagon marble tiles from your local Home Depot or Lowe’s to DIY these place cards yourself. This may be time-consuming, though, and a hassle if you’re not very good at calligraphy; for less stress, pass this task along to a professional like any of the artists shown below. They are experts in making these marble place cards come to life! Here are some of our favorite marble place cards available now.
BUY YOUR MARBLE PLACE CARDS
Want to buy your own marble place cards? Visit any of the shops above (click on an image or the link below it.)
DIY / MAKE YOUR OWN MARBLE PLACE CARDS
Want to buy your own tiles to make these place cards? You can buy marble tiles in bulk here. Recommendation: Get 2.5″ or 3″ to give yourself plenty of room – but without wasting money on something too big. You’ll want to use an oil-based paint marker like this so your beautiful lettering stays put.