Post # 1
Pics aren’t great (I really need to figure out the settings on my cell phone!) and we are in the middle of renovations (yep 21 days out) so I had nowhere to hang the banners except the doorknob and my elliptical. But I love these–I want to get a good pic of us holding the Thank You and kissing for our Thank You cards. And the Just Married will go on our boat afterwards. First I’ll throw in a pic of our save the dates so you can see how I carried over the nautical flag theme. What do you think? Actually on the menus I changed the text a bit to fix the centering so some descriptions don’t have one word dangling alone on line 2 but otherwise I am thinking I’m done.
The banners were so easy! Printed the lettering/flags and mounted them on backing cardstock, sliced 1″ slits in them and wove in the grosgrain ribbon. Easy peasy and fun!
Post # 3
Good job! And you took the time to use the correct nautical flags!
Post # 4
NICE! Love how it all comes together with the theme.
I have to ask: your menu makes me jealous (and hungry). Do your guests get to choose one thing or can they mix and match? It all looks supurd, especially your dessert selection.
Post # 5
@julies1949: thanks for noticing, I could NEVER make it without doing that right! LOL
@bridalprincess: thanks! there is a ton of food at cocktail hour too including passed apps, carving stations, pasta station, crudites, a four foot seafood boat with lobster, shrimp, clams, cracked crab etc…it’s insane how much food they give us! Guests choose one entree, I figure most couples will get two types and share. So much food that I felt gluttonous, so I asked them what they do with the leftovers. Guests can take home their entree, everything else left over goes to the food kitchen nearby so I was relieved.
Post # 6
@sehrler: Amazing work!! You must be so pleased with how everything turned out.