The weather is pretty miserable today but we’ve got our heads firmly in Spring inspiration this week at GMINI HQ! Oh, yes our Spring Summer issue is just about ready to head off to the printers and come February you’ll have lots of inspiration and wedding day planning advice to cheer you up! Today we’re having a look at some of the smaller details of planning a beautiful wedding, table plans. We hope you love our selection!
The quirky style of a vintage suitcase dressed for your table plan will never get old, we love this idea, just find the perfect suitcase and you’re almost there! An ideal DIY project that’s pretty and no too much work.
Just you wait until you see this day in the next issue, it is incredible and this floral heart table plan is just the tip of the iceberg!
Keep your plan interesting and personal by using the places yo have visited as table names, this quirky couple have travelled around Ireland which suited their day, but if you’re more of an international jet setter, a map of the world will work just as well.
Spring is without doubt the season for celebrating florals. How cute is this decorative wheel barrow dressed in flowers and cleverly displaying each table’s details.
Of course, if space isn’t as plentiful this wooden crate does the job just as well. Another DIY idea for you, you can pick up reasonably priced crates everywhere these days, check out your local discount stores.
We do admire a great floral print around here. We think this table plan is simple, effective but pretty as, too! Just make sure to double check all name spellings.
Seeds, Spring- get it? The season of life, new beginnings etc?! This little idea is a great way of including your wedding favours and table plan in one job lot!
There’s been a lot of ladder love over the past couple of years. From battered, paint splattered versions, to this lovely new ladder, they are very stylish and effective.
Chalkboards will continue to be popular in 2016, and what could be easier?
We also had to share this wooden crate which has simply been turned on it’s side and individual table details have been strung inside- easy peasy!
Have you started thinking about your smaller ideas for you big day? Let us know how you plan to guide your guests to their table!