DIY Wedding Maps. Quick, Easy, and Fun. Click to enlarge Estimated Time (2 - 3 hours) This DIY map is extremely easy to create (just 6 steps) and takes very little time.
Don't be fooled by its simplicity, this map will provide your guests with the most important locations for your special day. Get started Print this guide: PDFWord Doc click to enlarge Estimated Time (2.5 - 3.5 hours) This DIY map will let you show a large area and then zoom in to highlight a few key wedding locations. Get started Print this guide: PDFWord Doc click to enlarge Estimated Time (4 - 5 hours) This DIY map is a bit more challenging and time consuming because you are using traced lines to make a more "traditional" wedding map look. Get started Print this guide: PDFWord Doc click to enlarge Estimated Time (5 - 6 hours) This DIY map, like map #2, will let you show a large area and then zoom in on a couple blocks or small town with a few important wedding locations.
Get started Print this guide: PDFWord Doc click to enlarge Get started Print this guide: PDFWord Doc P.S. Wedding Details: Creative Guest Book Ideas. Do you get total stage fright when it comes to signing the guest book at a wedding?
I certainly do! I usually end up copying whatever the previous guest has written. You know … something along the lines of “Congratulations!” , “We’re so happy for you!” , “Best wishes for a lifetime of happiness!” Wish Paper Basket - This is a really cool idea! Photo credit: weddingbee.comPin it Rolodex Guest Book – This is a different take on a rolodex project I found on the Brooklyn Bride Blog. Photo credit: weddingbee.comPin it Photo credit: weddingbee.comPin it Fingerprints Tree – This is definitely one of my favorite guest book ideas!
Memorabilia/Photo Guest Book - Why not turn all of your engagement photos into a book to be signed by your wedding guests? Photo credit: snippetandink.blogspot.comPin it Chalkboard Guest Book - Here’s an awesome idea from welovelaughkiss.com. Handmade Thank-You Cards: Ink-Block Prints. Make an impression with ink-block printing, an art form dating back to ninth-century China. Once you've cut out a design, these cards (or envelopes) can be generated quickly. Then you can handwrite words directly on the cards or add a label, as we did for the striped envelope. The laurel-leaf card was made by printing the design on a brown sheet of paper, which was then glued to a plain off-white card. To make an ink-blot print, you can get the tools you need from an art-supply store. Start by choosing your image -- a flower, a particular script, or a drawing of your own -- and, using a photocopier, reduce or enlarge to fit a plain store-bought card of your choice. 1.
MS Word Templates at Print.MarthaStewart.com - Select a Product. More from Jessica & Tad. Stay tuned for more from these two next week.
For now, go out and check out all the great work Tad has been doing at tadcarpenter.com.