Set the tone right from the start by greeting guests at the ceremony with aqua and red programs suspended from every seat. Loose pages rest inside the pocket of an oversize blue tag; its damask-style pattern is added with a rubber stamp. The order of events and names of the wedding party are spelled out in two-color type, and red cord loops through the tag's grommet for hanging. Colorful seat cushions underscore the red accents.

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Perfect Palettes: Aqua and Red

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Comments (11)

Anonymous
March 25, 2013
@SuzyQTpie they're obviously suggesting putting the names of the wedding party (best man, maid of honor, etc), not the bride and groom's names, and some people may be interested in the schedule...
Anonymous
January 15, 2010
Seriously if you need a little card on your guests chair to remind them who you are and why they're there, then you probably should not have invited them in the first place!!! Save your money and spend it on something wiser!!!! Like splurging for a non-cash bar - just saying!
Anonymous
February 24, 2009
I made these tags from scratch for my daughters wedding. On the back of the tag instead of leaving it blank, I printed a picture of my daughter and her husband which added more flare. It was gorgeous.
Anonymous
February 17, 2009
thanks for the web address, that helped a lot!
Anonymous
February 16, 2009
In the magazine, they mention the paper is from paperpresentation.com.
Anonymous
February 8, 2009
I guess there's no how-to because it's really simple - basically a rectangle of card about 4"x8" with the bottom 2" folded up and stuck down at the edges to create the pocket. Then snip off the top corners, punch a [filtered], decorate and you're done.
Anonymous
February 5, 2009
also looking for the how-to instructions?
Anonymous
February 2, 2009
Where is the template?
Anonymous
February 2, 2009
I love these, but where is the "how to" and material list???
Anonymous
February 2, 2009
where can I get these tags?
Anonymous
April 27, 2008
These are so pretty! I can just imagine them hanging on the ceremony chairs on the day of our wedding! Must try this idea!