Simple Reserved Seating Signs

This project was delightfully quick and simple. I wish they could all be like this!!! My friend and I made about twelve of these, which will be placed on the front row chairs during the ceremony.

Materials:

  • Cardstock
  • Printer
  • Paper Trimmer, scissors or X-Acto
  • Ribbon
  • Decorative Paper Punch (I used a Martha Stewart punch)
  • Adhesive Photo Squares

To begin, I printed ‘Reserved’ in our font, Kon Tiki Enchanted.

I used the paper trimmer to cut them to size, then my friend Mrs. B used the Martha Stewart edge punch to trim the sides. To ensure a symmetrical look, start your punch in the middle of the paper and work your way to the outer edge. We lightly marked the center of the paper with a pencil, which made the punching go a little faster.

Attach ribbon to the back of the card. These will be looped through a hole in the back of the chair, so we placed adhesive photo squares on the back. That way, whoever places them will just have to peel and stick!

Another project crossed off of the list! Stay tuned for more crafting madness…

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Mrs. Taffy

Location:
Ann Arbor
Wedding Date:
May 2009
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    crabcake 834 posts, Busy bee @ 1:32 pm

    Those are so cute! I love your font more and more!

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    bruschetta 5565 posts, Bee Keeper @ 1:35 pm

    So simple, clean — and bridal! I love the last-minute projects bees share as their weddings approach! :-)

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    wedding chicks, Guest @ 1:37 pm

    i love how elegant these are, so pretty.

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    maryjane 1971 posts, Buzzing bee @ 1:49 pm

    I love them. So simple and elegant.

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    PlanningMyPurpleWedding, Guest @ 1:55 pm

    Love these! So cute!

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    yorkie 1291 posts, Bumble bee @ 2:16 pm

    What a sweet detail! I especially love the doily edging. :o )

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    mascara 859 posts, Busy bee @ 2:25 pm

    Cute! I love quick DIY projects.

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    xLailax 414 posts, Helper bee @ 2:42 pm

    Those are so precious Miss Taffy! I love how quick and simple this was. I’m thinking of borrowing your idea.

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    Miss Hot Sauce 1026 posts, Bumble bee @ 2:52 pm

    So cute! I may have to use these!

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    lreighard1 642 posts, Busy bee @ 3:58 pm

    I <3 Martha Stewart!! and your crafting!!

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    mrspaetz 3812 posts, Honey bee @ 1:51 am

    so clever, so simple and so pretty. you get multiple golden stars for great DIY projects, Ms Taffy!! *thumbs up*

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    SomethingBluer 43 posts, Newbee @ 2:43 pm

    OMG I love these! Looks like I have another DIY project on my hands! I was wondering what I was going to do with all my leftover watercolor scraps. :)

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    doublemint921 499 posts, Helper bee @ 9:56 am

    So I couldn’t help but notice the little hearts on the back of your adhsive squares you’ve used in all your DIY projects. I have to ask have you been drawing hearts on all of them or do the ones you buy come like that? Either way I just find it brings a smile to my face :)

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    Miss Hot Sauce 1026 posts, Bumble bee @ 9:13 pm

    LOL @ doublemint921! I can answer that! The squares come with the hearts because mine have the same! :)

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    sulli301 5303 posts, Bee Keeper @ 8:38 pm

    This is awesome! I am going to do this, thank you :)

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    sulli301 5303 posts, Bee Keeper @ 8:40 pm

    edit: I can’t do them…I just had a “doooh” moment…I have pews not chairs…
    still, beautiful!

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