I was put in charge of the centerpieces for my sister’s June wedding. She wanted everything super simple, so I designed a two-sided card, made from photos of her travels around the world.
For each table, she selected two photos from her trip to that location.
I took each one, made it into a 5×7, pulled it into Microsoft Word and added the location and the year she visited and then printed them out.
Together, we cut a sheet of black cardstock and then adhered a photo to each side.
Some were horizontal and some where vertical … we didn’t care which was which as long as both photos on that table went in the same direction.
Once complete, we tucked each one into a strong photo clip and placed it in the center of the table.
We surrounded each one with blue lights, keeping the centerpieces elegant, but simplistic.
This is one a guest took of their table, with the coordinating placecard.
There is only one continent my sister has not visited …
She is going here, along with her new husband, in December for their honeymoon. I “borrowed” these photos off of some online travel sites and we put them in the trunk that held the card box, to show the guests what their generous gifts were going to pay for …
My sister and her husband loved the centerpieces, as did the guests. She told me later that a few took them home as souvenirs from the big day.
Just goes to show you, art doesn’t have to be time consuming to be beautiful!