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Coastie'sWife 07-12-2007 05:57 PM

Wedding Conversation Cards - ideas needed??
 
My friend and I saw the neatest idea online. Wedding conversation cards (instead of name cards) - we are going to include this on the table onlong with paper made napkin holders, menu cards, and the one sheet wonder bag with the wedding favor included. Instead of putting the persons name on the card we want to put these cute little sayings...

I was wondering if anyone had anything neat we could write on the cards......so far a few are - "doesn't have to be formal" - the entire wedding is a garden theme...

"SAVE ROOM FOR CAKE", "SIP CHAMPAGNE", "TOAST THE BRIDE & GROOM", "CATCH THE BOUQUET", "BON APPETIT", and "ENJOY THIS SPECIAL DAY".

tia
-antoinette

CMCAnne 07-12-2007 06:33 PM

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Originally Posted by Coastie'sWife (Post 6486610)
My friend and I saw the neatest idea online. Wedding conversation cards (instead of name cards) - we are going to include this on the table onlong with paper made napkin holders, menu cards, and the one sheet wonder bag with the wedding favor included. Instead of putting the persons name on the card we want to put these cute little sayings...

I was wondering if anyone had anything neat we could write on the cards......so far a few are - "doesn't have to be formal" - the entire wedding is a garden theme...

"SAVE ROOM FOR CAKE", "SIP CHAMPAGNE", "TOAST THE BRIDE & GROOM", "CATCH THE BOUQUET", "BON APPETIT", and "ENJOY THIS SPECIAL DAY".

tia
-antoinette

Very cute idea, but as a scrapbooker, I'd recommend you take this idea and twist it up a bit to make it more memorablel for the couple and more fun for the guests. Decorate journaling cards that they could write a response to a question. Or just have question cards that they could use in a videotape interviewer (if the couple was planning a video). Like, "How Do You and Your Spouse Make-Up after a fight?" "What's the best way to say I'm sorry?" "What questions should {insert groom's name} never ask {insert bride's name}?" (and reverse the question for bride) ..."When would be the worst time for {bride} to interrupt {groom} to have meaningful conversation?" You get the idea.

Runamok 07-12-2007 06:37 PM

how about Take time to smell the flowers... Aren't they cute together... May you be as happy... Oh ,what a beautiful day... And so it begins...

I don't know--good luck , hope all goes beautifully!

Coastie'sWife 07-12-2007 07:09 PM

[QUOTE=Runamok;6487180]how about Take time to smell the flowers... Aren't they cute together... May you be as happy... Oh ,what a beautiful day... And so it begins...



OMG...these are all perfect ! I love the one "take time to smell the flowers" - it is so fitting. Thank you...sometimes the simpliest thing is impossible to come up with.

Coastie'sWife 07-12-2007 07:12 PM

CMCAnne - Thank you - now you have me thinking, perhaps the question on the outside, with a place to write on the inside, then they could be cut apart for her scrapbook - I am trying to make this as easy as possible, she doesn't scrap at all!! but after this she may start! LOL

thank you so much for your idea - very appreciated.

I found this idea online, and the price people charge for printed paper is ridiculous!!!

cardmaker2 07-12-2007 07:18 PM

At a neice's wedding some time ago, on each table was a paper with one word on it. Like 'wedding, groom, bride, bouquet,' --you know, wedding type words of all sorts. Anyway, each table was encouraged to write a little poem using the key word(some of them were harder but I don't remember what they were!) Someone at the table could go to the mike and read their poem and that was also used as the way to get the couple to kiss, instead of tinkling glasses or whatever you tradition is.

Those poems were collected and given to the bride and groom to do with what they liked--scrapbooked, perhaps?


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