Mother of Bride in all my glory. I made this butterfly name card using the template from a birthday card given to me by a friend. I printed the names on card stock using the beautiful (Fiolex Girl Font) with Microsoft Word / PowerPoint ( Font found on many free font websites) I then play around with the colours as you can see in the name according to our colour theme. I traced around my butterfly birthday card with a pencil and then cut carefully around the shape, it wasn’t perfect but heh !! we got away with it ha ha!! . The Wedding Tables were draped in Purple Organza Toppers however on each side of the hall I held back one table cloth and reversed the colour, we used a teeny weeny bit of baby blue to tie all our various purple tones together for contrast ( which meant we had one Baby Blue Table on each side amonst the Purple and I also reversed the colours accordingly with the fonts on the name cards and all the accessories. The ladies name cards had little lilac or blue bows at the base and the gents had tartan bows to match the grooms KILTS . All of these details were indeed admired and appreciated by our guests it was a lovely setting in the evening when all our candles were lit. Awe!! want to cry my baby got married. I also made the candle favours for our wonderful ladies and made a simple monogram using Powerpoint 2007 (Bride request) eesy peesy!
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