Post # 1
Everyone on these boards is so helpful & creative, and I thought I’d try to get some input on something decor-related. So, I stumbled across these vintage peacock cards on Etsy:
But I’m not sure how I could incorporate them into the decor. Our colors are navy blue, turquoise, and purple, maybe a little yellow, and we’re incorporating peacock feathers into the wedding. So far, I am thinking something like this for the centerpieces:
so I feel like using the peacock cards on the tables like as table # cards would be a little too much peacock at the table. Any ideas on where else/how else I could incorporate them? I just think they’re adorable and would love to use them somehow!
Post # 3
what about using them on a wishing tree instead of tags?? Maybe as a game on cocktail tables?
Post # 4
I don’t know how much you care about keeping them as playing cards, but you could use them for table numbers! Or for escort cards!
Post # 5
I’d scan the image and use it in multiple places, like table numbers, escort cards or programs. What about turning them into a cake topper somehow?
Post # 6
My friend had something similar at their wedding. On the backside they put fun little facts about them and their relationship. I enjoyed reading everyone’s cards at our table.
Post # 7
@kt23525:They are very original, but I don’t know if I like them with white vase for the center piece. I love the idea of having them place of folded on the napkin at the table in lieu of a fresh flower. Very nice:0)
Post # 8
I love the idea of putting it on your napkins, it’ll be a good way to dress them up. Or using them as escort cards would be nice, they would be on the tables so it wouldn’t be too much.
Post # 9
@kt23525: I love that centerpiece photo. It was one of the first photos I saved for inspiration once I decided I wanted to incoporate some peacock feathers into my wedding.
As for the playing cards, I also think that they would make pretty escort cards.
Post # 10
I would use them as coasters and laminate them~
Post # 11
With the empty blue space at the top of the card, they would make perfect labels. I really like the suggestion above to scan the image and incorporate throughout your paper items.