Our Blossom design recycled table plan tag is a pretty accessory for your table plan! The large tag is cut from quality recycled card scattered with petals here and there, and printed with our Blossom design. The tag is printed with your guests names and table numbers, ready for you to hang on the table plan of your choice via the cream ribbon that comes with the tag. Please email over your guests’ names once you have ordered. The font can be changed if you wish – please let us know when you send over the names.
The tag measures 15.8 x 7.5 cm. The paper is made in the UK.
These table plan tags are part of our Blossom stationery and accessories range. Other products in this range include seed paper invite/RSVP set, seed paper Save the Date card, menu, order of service, table names and place names and ivory recycled seed packet wedding favours. We also have similar advice cards and confetti to match this theme.
ideas for Recycled blossom table plan tag
These table plan tags are designed for you to create your own marvellous table plan creations. Some ideas:
Have a quirky, old wooden step ladder arranged with terracotta pots of flowers (for example, herbs or pretty summer annuals if in flower) representing each table, and attach a table plan tag round each pot with ribbon or twine.
Attach each tag to a piece of thick string strung across, eg, a couple of posts or perhaps decorative potted trees, and tie or peg on each tag – sort of table plan bunting!
Attach each tag to lengths of string placed across a chalkboard, old wooden door or any other kind of board.
If an autumn wedding, fill bowls with lots of colourful leaves collected from outside and attach a tag round each bowl. Then arrange the bowls on whatever you have to hand that is a bit quirky, eg, an old rustic, distressed table or dresser unit. You could also use pots of flowering autumn cyclamen – very pretty! if a spring wedding, how about pots of snowdrops or bluebells?
Get yourself a large old-fashioned suitcase, open it up and attach the tags onto string or ribbon strung across the open lid. Fill the base of the suitcase with natural petal confetti, leaves, pinecones, twigs etc.