Post # 1
I am having my grandmother’s bells on our tables of our reception for our wedding bells. Fiance and I thought that rather than the traditional clinking of glasses, we’d like our guests to ring bells! These are antiques of my grandmother’s and I am wondering if you bees have any ideas for how to phrase a sentence on tags I’m making for the bells to let our guests know that they aren’t favors. Something sweet, along the lines of: “Please do not take home, these aren’t favors” on one side with “Ring for kisses and wedded blisses” on the other. I don’t want to be rude to guests but I don’t want my grandmother to lose her bells.
Thanks for any advice!
Post # 3
I would do 2 things:
-one one side of the tag “These bells are graciously lent by the bride’s grandmother. If found, please return to ________.
– I would tie them to something large and heavy on the table- the centerpiece?
Post # 4
What about “Ring for kisses and wedded blisses” on one side, and “These lovely antique wedding bells were graciously lent by Micahg’s Grandmother. Please leave them here. “
Or, I tried modifying a poem from disposable cameras.. Sorry, I’m not very good at poetry. 🙂
An antique bell placed upon each table,
So every guest will be able,
To ring for kisses,
And wedded blisses.
Now pick it up and ring away,
To celebrate this special day.
And when you’re through.
Just leave it here, Thank you!
Post # 5
AWWWWW @sonj818! I love that! It’s adorable. Thank you!!! Good ideas, ladies!