After this wedding, I'm pretty sure I'll never want to create any sort of signage/labels/tags ever again. Because let me tell ya, our guests are going to be the most fully-informed, non-confused, wedding guests ever. As things have gotten down to the wire we decided to nix a few of the signs on our list because, in all of our wedding brain craziness, we came to our senses and realized our guests could probably figure some stuff out on their own (like, say, where the bathrooms are or how in the world to navigate the fifteen feet between the elevators and the ceremony space).
There were some signs that were always non-negotiable for us though, and those were the ones that were meant to be functional while also adding some crucial design flare (and, let's be honest here, that would make for some incredibly cool detail shots). Labels for the dessert buffet and the candy buffet definitely fell into that category.
As is probably true with all good design, these little devils look much more beautifully simplistic than they actually were to create. We're so proud of how they turned out, though, and are immensely relived that they're finished. So relieved, in fact, that I forgot to take pictures of the dessert buffet tags before we packed them away, which means you'll just have to wait for the pro pics to come back to see how those turned out.
But... here are some pics I did take during the process of attaching the candy buffet labels to our jars. (And in true Ferris Wheel fashion, the ribbon I used for this has been discontinued and I ran out halfway through the job. So cross your fingers that our feverish internet search actually yields the right replacement ribbon!)
Now, on to the pictures!
Any chance that you'll be over-informing the guests at your wedding? And admit it - you like pretty signs too, right?