Annie Schlechter

Help guests find their seats with whimsical tented cards featuring photos of the bride and groom. They're great for an informal wedding, rehearsal dinner, or shower. Take photographs of the two of you holding signs with table numbers; you can use different poses for each number. Have them made into 4-by-6-inch matte prints (we used black-and-white film so the photos wouldn't clash with the flowers or table setting). Glue each photo onto 4 1/8-by-6 1/8-inch paper. To make the "tent," start with a piece of 11-by-17-inch card stock and cut a strip that is 17 by 4 3/8 inches (each piece of card stock can make two); fold strip in half widthwise. Score, and make a fold 2 1/8 inches from each end to form flaps for base. Glue photograph to one panel of the tent. Overlap base flaps by about 1 inch; use double-sided tape to secure.

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December 31, 2018
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April 8, 2014
When my nephew Joey married his lovely bride Angela last year they used this very concept and it was a HUGE hit at the reception. Each numbered picture was different and each somehow became more special and heartfelt that the previous. This is a really cool touch to any table.