Outdoor Wedding Reception Ideas

by Tara Mihalech Posted on June 13, 2014

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outdoor wedding reception ideas

A rustic country wedding is so lovely in the summer. It’s easy to create elegant and personal touches for your outdoor event.

wedding guest book ideas

Use personalized notecards as a guest-book alternative. Ask your guests for their sage advice to be read at a later date. How lovely would this be to read on your first wedding anniversary?

unique labels for party tables

Business tags are fabulous favour tags. Pick your favourite design and personalize with your thank-you greeting. A hole punch, a bit of baker’s twine, and you’ve created an elegant way to say thank you to your guests.

unique photo magnets

For the couple who has traveled, moved, or simply has their favourite photographs, the photo magnet set is a perfect favour. Consider a photo for each theme: where we met, where we fell in love, where we married, and where we live! A personal, but beautiful, thank you for your guests!

wedding reception party favors

Stickers are a great (and easy) way to personalize favours and elements of the wedding. A sticker on a simple favour box – tied up in string like all of our “favourite things” – is a rustic and elegant way to dress up wedding favours.

personalized photo quilt

The photo quilt is not only a perfect picture collage for guests to look at, but it also immediately becomes a family heirloom for guests. Chronicle the couple’s babyhoods, childhoods, and couple-hood on this beautiful keepsake.

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Tara is the voice of Suburble - a blog about life in the 'burbs and the chaos that comes along with it. A huge believer in creative living, Tara is a Jill of all trades, and the master of none. And she likes it that way. From decor, to DIY, to crafting to food, Suburble covers all of the different elements of home-making, but not without a sense of humour.

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