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Wedding Table Names fit for a Princess!

Friday, 18 July 2014

Not everyone wants numbers on their tables do they? 
But if they did, a little bit of calligraphy can go a long way to making something 
that is often quite plain, look special...


Table numbers on book pages are not only for the literary lovers with a literary or bookish themed wedding. They can add a a bit of a vintage feel… 
or 'shabby chic' seems to be the description of the moment for those that watch the trends! 


I usually have a fair eye for fitting words into spaces, but when a collection are going to be displayed together, it's worthwhile being a little more prudent! 
A typed & centred list of names clearly shows which is longest & how long they each are in relation to each other. So long as the longest will fit, the rest should follow!


I wrote my list with a page above as a guide to begin with, then folded my paper over name by name…. lining each one up & making minor adjustments to spacing as I went.


As well as being Princess for a day, this bride was sharing her day with Disney princesses too!


 These dictionary pages were a perfect fit to be displayed in 5 x 7 inch frames. 



2 comments:

Caterina Giglio 22 July 2014 at 20:15  

just brilliant, those table numbers are wonderful.. x

Suzi Smith 24 July 2014 at 21:29  

Thanks Caterina, sometimes the lettering goes just right without hardly trying…. this was one of those times!

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