30 Cute Wedding Coasters & Napkins
One of the most Instagram-able wedding trends right now are creative cocktail napkin and drink coasters. Couples are using them to show off a funny play on words, highlight the wedding theme, or give a little background on the couple or even the venue. Whatever you choose to write on a napkin or coaster, be sure that it comes from the heart and is authentic to you and your hubby-to-be. From punny quotes to silhouettes of the couple's pet, there are endless ways to create a coaster or napkin that represents the two of you as newlyweds. Plus, they make for great photo ops with your custom signature drink.
Get inspired by these adorable coasters and napkins from real weddings.
Fun Facts Coasters
For this reception, napkins and coasters were printed with fun facts about the newlyweds, their courtship, and the Boston neighborhood they call home.
Oyster Facts Napkins
Raw-bar napkins at this wedding were chic and tongue-in-cheek. A second napkin read "What the Shuck?"
Party On Napkins
This couple encouraged everyone to make the most of their night with napkins that read, "No one looks back on their life and remembers the night they got too much sleep," and another that said, "And if the music is good, you dance."
Waiters passed out Champagne at this cocktail hour with adorable napkins reading, "Great love affairs start with champagne."
This couple foil-stamped their wedding's motto, "A wonderful love," onto black-and-white-striped cocktail napkins.
To tie in the Halloween theme, blogger and actress Jamie Chung and now-husband, actor Bryan Greenberg, printed the punny phrase, "Boos&Booze" onto their cocktail napkins.
We know this phrase all too well, and it's one this bride said about her now-husband when they first met. Too cute!
The napkin says it all! If the groom is drinking, you better be drinking, too.
This couple went the traditional route, embossing their napkins with their new shared last name and an "Est. 2015" in honor of the year they tied the knot.
The bride and groom's last initial, "Z" was foil stamped in gold in an elegant font onto a dove gray napkin.
Sweet Quote Napkins
This bride sent her groom love quotes over the few years they dated long distance. As a romantic gesture, she had five of them printed onto their wedding cocktail napkins.
These three romantic love quotes were printed onto different-colored cocktail napkins at this wedding.
We totally agree with the sentiments of this couple: Champagne is definitely the answer.
Playing into this wedding's nautical theme, the bride had a Jacques Cousteau quote printed in ocean blue onto the cockatil napkins.
Play On Words Napkins
This couple took the classic phrase "Eat drink and be merry" and turned it into "Eat drink and be married." Very clever!
As a nod to the gorgeous location of their wedding, the bride had For Your Party create these "Charleston is always a good idea" cocktail napkins.
These coasters read, "chin chin!" to echo the sound silverware makes when clinked against glass, encouraging guests to make the noise so the newlyweds would have to kiss!
At their winter wedding, this couple set up a hot toddy bar so guests could enjoy cozy spiked drinks. The cute napkins set out at the bar had instructions on how to make the classic hot cocktail.
This couple celebrated their nuptials on New Year's Eve and served coffee at their reception to give a much needed jolt to their guests. The napkins read, "up all night" to encourage everyone to do just that!
Cocktail napkins from For Your Party were foil-stamped with a quote from the musical All That Jazz, and the phrase "Kiss a groom," lyrics from "September," which celebrates these groom' fall wedding date.
This napkin reminded guests how to spell the two most important words at this Palm Springs wedding: dessert and desert.
Love Letter Napkins
Cocktail napkins at this French-inspired wedding were printed with an excerpt from a love letter Napoleon sent to Josephine.
These simple coasters reminded guests how to effectively drink: "Sip and repeat."
These custom napkins from Gus & Ruby Letterpress were a nod to the couple's plan to get a beagle in the future.
This couple asked each guests for their favorite drink ahead of time, then welcomed their friends and family with that cocktail once they arrived at the celebration. They found their drinks on top of personalized coasters with their names.
Linen napkins, which mirrored the wedding's color scheme, were monogrammed with the couple's initials and given to guests to keep.
Romantic Quote Napkins
Inspired by the greatest love stories, the literary theme was displayed on various details of the wedding, including these personalized napkins with a Shakespeare quote.
Inside Joke Napkins
Napkins that read, "We were together I forgot the rest," was a nod to the couple's 14-year relationship.
But First, Napkins
After the ceremony, guests did just what their cocktail napkins told them to do—"But first, champagne."
This couple's logo was adorned on everything—from the welcome bag to these minimal napkins.
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