DIY Wedding
Apr 4, 2010

Wedding tree

Here are three different ways I found to incorporate nature & trees into the wedding- All of which are very clever!

1.http://www.mydiyweddingday.com/2009/04/real-wedding-inspiration-guest-book-tree.html

This first first picture is a wedding guest book. Guest write on the cards wishes or advice for married life rather than simpy signing their names.

2. http://greenweddingshoes.blogspot.com/search?updated-max=2010-01-26T13:20:00-08:00&max-results=4

This picture has been posted before- Its a wedding tree guest book. Not sure about using the ink but I think even using the leaves to make a nice decorative picture you could display in your house would be nice.

3. http://www.stylemepretty.com/2007/12/26/do-it-yourself-wedding-projects-14/

This is a placecard tree. They have organised the various trees into alphabetical order so A-F G-K etc. Looks very effective and easy enough to find your table number. I think you could even shape the paper like leaves if you wanted.

Not sure which one I like best yet!
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Wedding advice & wishes tree
Wedding Guest Book- 'Leaf your name on our wedding tree'
Placecard tree
Hello!
Apr 4, 2010

Welcome to by blog xo

Kind of new to this blog thing but it doesn't look too hard!

So heres the low down- getting married in October approx 7 months away- and I know thats going to creep up fast. At the moment I'm thinking spring themed ideas. Green- apple, irish or whatever you want to call it! (the in between green so not lime, sage of dark dark green) Trees, branches etc maybe even a few love birds here & there. Green & white flowers. Slightly rustic, a bit of DIY thrown in with a smaller budget.

This is a beautiful wedding picture that I saved off another blog site- I just love the tree as the centrepiece to the ceremony of their outdoor wedding- if my ceremony looks even half as beautiful I would be happy. Looks like a fairy-tale
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