Post # 1
So I bought a bunch of these little snowflake charms on the (super) cheap on ebay…any suggestions on creative ways I could use them for my wedding?
Any and all considerations would be helpful!!! TIA!
Post # 3
Maybe on your favors as decoration? Or as part of a centerpiece?
Post # 4
are you having a winter wedding, then?
how about as charms on your bouquet or your bridesmaids’ bouquets?
or: you could use them on the ribbons binding the programs, or hanging from the programs?
or, you could tie them onto favors on ribbons?
Post # 5
Good idea on the favors! I had thought about tieing them onto the ribbon that is going around my favors. One other thought I had was to use them with the programs or the menu…
Post # 6
oooh….good idea with the bouquets!!! I was thinking depending on how large they are when they get here, that maybe i could make earrings for my bridesmaids too
Post # 7
could you thread ribbon through them and dangle them from the top of your invitation? like punch a hole through the top of your invite and thread it through?
Post # 8
You could tie them on a ribbon that is going around the napkins as a napkin ring.
Post # 9
- Wedding: March 2010 - Calamigos Ranch
I love all of these ideas. 🙂 Depending on the size, I would either attach them to the programs or the favors. They’d be sweet as bouquet charms too!
Post # 10
Do hanging table place cards. Attach people’s names to the snowflake and then dangle them from fishing line at the entryway to the reception and people can take them along with their place cards.
Something like this, but with the snowflakes.
Post # 11
How about around or your cake or dessert table. Or, depending where you are having your ceremony, will your venue allow you to hang them from the ceiling with clear fishing line? They would look like your getting married under silver snowflakes.
Post # 12
I love the tree hanging idea and the bouquet idea the best!