Create elegant place-name boxes that double up as favours.
Assemble the boxes according to the kit instructions. Add a metal
label by pushing split pins through the holes at each end. Write
the name of a guest on paper and slide it through the holes at each
end. Write the name of the guest on paper and slide it under the
label. Fill the box with sweets.
Large plate, similar, £9,Heal's, small plate, 31p, cutlery,
31p,all to hire, Jones Hire Menu, £252 for 100, The Letter Press of
Cirencester Box, £3.75 for six, Squires Kitchen, Label, £5.99 for
As featured in the May/June 2011 issue of Brides.
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