Set the tone for your do with glamorous stationery. Write names
in black ink on gold-lined envelopes from World of Envelopes. Cut
scallop-edged discs from pink card using a hand punch. Write table
numbers on the discs and slip inside the envelopes. Lay the
envelopes in alphabetical order to guide your guests.
Gold-lined envelopes, 32p, World of Envelopes, Number cards,
£2.75, Ruth Kaye Design. Scallop-circle punch, £7.99, Craft
Superstore. Calligraphy, £3, Paul Antonio Scribe. A3 pink card, £3,
As featured in the May/June 2011 issue of Brides.
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