Whether expressed through a favorite book, a poem, a story, a love letter, a sonnet, or a classic novel, the written word has a romantic and almost nostalgic feeling. Incorporating the written word in your wedding decor is a unique way to personalize your wedding.
Are you or your fiance lovers of the written word? Was it the written word that helped bring you together? Maybe you were college sweethearts and met in a Shakespeare class or are known for sharing romantic poems with one another. If so, you may want to consider incorporating your favorites via printed pages at your wedding. This can be accomplished in many unique yet simple ways. Start by tearing out pages from your favorite book, break out your scissors (or Cricut, in my case) and get creative. Some of my favorites are illustrated below. I find these images utterly romantic and so sweet.
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Pretty garlands made with book pages...
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Love this heart garland made with book pages. Beautiful and an easy project for the DIY bride. I posted a tutorial on how to make these hearts in my previous blog post "DIY with Star: Paper Hearts"
Incorporating vintage books in your decor is also a beautiful addition. They can be stacked as part of a centerpiece or used as table numbers.
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Book pages on a wedding cake. How pretty is this!?
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Using edible Scrabble tiles is also really fun way to share a message, especially if you are a couple that is really into playing board games! There are so many great ways to incorporate Scrabble tiles into your wedding decor.
Scrabble tiles as table numbers...
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And as place cards...
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I love these cakes! If they are little too unconventional for you as a wedding cake, they could be perfect for a Groom's Cake or a rehearsal dinner dessert.
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These cakes are a little more traditional but still have the fun Scrabble spin...
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