wedding

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“Proposal Sheet” was aptly named since it was created to accompany the groom’s (aka: my) proposal. It was simply a king sized bed-sheet that was filled with inside jokes and sayings accumulated over a 10 year relationship
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I went through 28 Sharpies in 6 colors. These colors served as the inspiration for the colors or the wedding.
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To keep costs low, family and friends were recruited to save glass containers. We then “stained” them to be used as votive holders.
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Personalized magnets featuring each of the guests. We Photoshopped out the background and replaced them with the wedding colors.
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Detail of one of the magnets.
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The magnets were small guest favors and were also used to hold circular table assignment cards. A framed piece of sheet-metal and a custom-made easel completed the project.
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Table numbers were shaped from galvanized wire. They were fun but subtle and didn’t block the line of sight of guests.
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Another table number. These were poked through small corks that were stuck in the top of bottles containing colored water.
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The proposal sheet was used as a photo-backdrop for the wedding reception.
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The finished tablescapes were cheap, colorful and totally DIY. They looked great on the white linens. Additional magnets with a picture of the groom were additional decorations/favors.
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The complete scene!

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