DIY Wedding Wednesday: Petals and Place Cards

mini vase place card holder how to

I’m of the practical kind so a decorative accent that does double duty as a functional informative wedding accessory is top of my list. Take for instance today’s how-to feature. With the pairing of a floral accent and a coordinating stationery design, plus a touch of trim, these otherwise naturally neutral place card holders take a place card display from “formality” to fabulous. And given how simple the process and how varied the floral possibilities, the final look options are limitless. Here are just a few ways to make the look yours. Because practicality doesn’t have to be boring!

Look #1: Peaches and Cream

peaches and cream place card holder

The Supplies

peaches and cream place card holder supplies

The How-To

sweetheart rose

fill your vase with a single stem of a peach colored sweetheart rose

lace trim

add texture to your vase with a touch of lace trim

pearl embellishment

finish off the look with a subtle pearl accent

Look #2: Eco Chic

eco chic place card holder

The Supplies

eco chic place card holder supplies

The How-To

boxwood

fill your vase with a few stems of boxwood greens

twine

add texture to your vase with twine trim

woodland design place card

finish off the look with a coordinating place card

Look #3: Lavender Country

dried lavender place card holder

The Supplies

dried lavender place card holder

The How-To

dried lavender

fill your vase with a few fragrant stems of dried lavender

mini clothespin

finish off your place card with a single stem of dried lavender attached with a mini clothespin

xoxo.

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