I've been spending a lot of time in my little craft room this week, trying to finally figure out a fun and creative design for my business cards. The problem with working at a desk filled with ribbons, washi tape, straws, paper, funky scissors, and colorful bakers twine is you get so easily distracted! Before I knew it, it was dinnertime (my designated time to stop all blog/design related work and spend time with the Huz) and I had managed to make pretty much everything except business cards. Let's just say I have a new found respect for graphic designers and all the amazing and inspiring ideas that float around in their crafty little brains each day.
Anyways, messing around with little details last night got me thinking about an insanely easy detail you can incorporate into weddings, bridal showers, baby showers, birthdays, you name it:
Pretty Pretty Chair Decor
A dainty tissue paper flower garland accented with romantic greenery makes this chair picture perfect.
Or, pair some greenery with a bright pop of lemons and add some cute initials.
Psst - The couple from this wedding served donuts at their cocktail reception (insert the little voice inside my head screaming "why didn't I push harder to have that at our wedding?").
Throw some bistro style napkins (or bar towels) over your chairs and call it a day. Brilliant.
Such a whimsical detail and a wonderful keepsake to hang on your wall after the wedding.
Love the idea of making little chalkboards for your chairs. It would also be fun to find two festive chairs for the bride and groom and chalkboard the backs. People could leave little messages for them throughout the night!
Weave ribbons through the bride and groom chairs, or if you have a bunch of helping hands, weave them throughout the reception chairs for quiet a statement!
Saved my favorite idea for last. I love ribbons. That's no secret. Why not tie a bunch to the backs of your chairs? If for no other reason than to have a picture like this one.
Bonus points for adding a cute flower garland.
What other ideas have you lovelies seen floating around?
Would you design something to hang on the back of your chair for your wedding?
For your office chair? Would that be silly?