Good morning + happy weekend to you! Today we’re sharing a fun post featuring school themed wedding finds. Did you meet your sweetheart in school? Did you write those notorious “do you like me” notes back and forth? Or, maybe you met him at a part in college. You may even be a teacher now – or marrying one – and want to incorporate some sweet schoolhouse details into your wedding day. Whatever your reason may be, we’ve got you covered with our school themed wedding round-up featuring 20 vintage + handmade finds. For the record, I (Emma here!) think #2 is one of the cutest things I’ve ever seen…
We begin with the first of our finds (above) which is a vintage chalkboard (along with other inspiring photo ideas like a pencil sharpener, a couple of old hardcover books and an apple). This chalkboard was spotted at Old Vintage Goodies.
Now, I’ve already built up this next item but can you blame me? This save the date idea is genius and features yearbook photos of yesteryear. By Inviting Friendz.
Library card notebooks (shown in numbers three + nine) by Saratops make a great wedding favor for your guests. The cover contains a real recycled library card with stamps from previous circulation. Every great school round up deserves a pair of vintage eyeglass frames such as these beauties in number four by jenericvintage. This time of year, everyone loves a freshly sharpened set of pencils like these via knot + bow. A vintage library card drawer (via jawaddel), globe (via unexpectedpartie), old school escort cards (by jacey10) and thank you stickers with schoolhouse charm (by k is for calligraphy) add decorative elements to your decor. We love the flash cards in number eleven by bostonbaglady. The flash cards – an ‘A’ card at the start and a ‘Z’ card at the end – would look great clothes-pinned to a line at your reception site. Place the A on the left, the Z on the right, and hang pictures of the two of you in the middle.
Finally, this head of the class printable wedding invitation by Blue Poppyseed deserves gold star recognition. We love the use of library cards, the fold out ‘report card’ style, and the maps labeled ‘geography’ with an A+ in the corner.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend! We’ll be back first thing Monday morning with another fresh post. :)
P.S. Before you go… which # is your favorite? Leave us a comment below!