Post # 1
Hi Ladies ( & possible gents 🙂 )
I am a DIY bride to be trying to find a rectangular template that i could use for our thank you/favor tags. If anyone knows where i could possibly download one please PLEASE share the website..
Thanks in advance 🙂
Post # 3
Hmm could you get a little more specific in what your looking for? Do you just want some sort of rectangular design that says "thank you" you can print out or?
Post # 4
I was more so going from a blank template that i could add our monogram as well as out names & wedding date on.
Post # 5
You can always go into Microsoft Word and use the business card template. You can make the size smaller/bigger and add your own designs and text.
Post # 6
ohh i didn’t even think of that…
Post # 7
If you don’t find anything you like in Word, you can give this website a try:
They have all sorts of tags and labels you can download and personalize. It just might take some time looking through the posts to find what you like. Good luck!
Post # 8
- Wedding: May 2010 - Victorian Gardens of Two Sisters
I’ve seen paper punches that make cute little tag shapes. Are you planning on printing the monogram? Stamping them? If you’re printing, you could use the business card layout for correct spacing and use the punch to punch them out of cardstock.
Post # 9
They do have square paper punches that would work once you print them. Try looking at Fiskars, I got my 2" circle punch for my tags and it worked perfectly.
Post # 10
i made a modification to a tag I found here
to make my escort cards. I did it in microsoft publisher and would be happy to send you the template if you want. PM me!
Post # 11
I am using my Cricut to create the tags for my favor bags. It is super simple and you can create a tag at whatever size you would like.
Post # 12
I used the Avery business cards for many wedding projects. They have an easy template to use, they are a good size, and you could easily punch holes in them to then attach them to things with ribbon, etc. Plus, one pack of the business cards has 20 sheets (each sheet has 10 cards), so getting 200 cards for 16 bucks is a deal! And, they don’t leave perforated edges either! I love them!
Post # 13
- Wedding: August 2009 - St. Thomas of Villanova Church & the F.U.E.L. House
Or you could pick up paper punches at a craft store and design a shape in Word to go with them? That’s how I made cute little favor tags for the Philly area Bee Meet Up a few months ago!
Post # 14
- Wedding: May 2021 - Coyaba Resort, Montego Bay
I used a business card template – it worked perfectly! You could dress it up by using a corner punch
Post # 15
My MSWord is currently on the fritz so I did everything in PowerPoint. I wanted rectangles smaller than business cards and I bought a flower shaped paper punch to use to tie the ribbons through. I attached the file if you want to use it.
Post # 16
Word has "label" templates you can use. Or you can always create a table of various colums and row to get the dimensions that you want. =)