Favorite Downloadable Templates for Weddings
Tea Favor Tags
Monogrammed tags, shaped like those for tea bags, reveal the gift inside.
Take a Bough
"What Tree Did You Fall From?" is a Celtic version of astrology, and the perfect distraction for those awaiting the Wedding March. Download the personality list to help complete your programs.
Take a Number
Our understated card-stock model, featuring calligraphy by Maybelle Imasa-Stukuls, lets guests know where they're seated without stealing the spotlight. Download up to 20 calligraphed numbers and your choice of two scalloped borders.
Bright and Preppy
The classic ensemble of a striped button-down shirt and French-knot cuff links inspired these favors in summery hues, which we filled with saltwater taffy. Download the wrapper templates and get started.
Charming and Old-Fashioned
Assemble boxes according to the manufacturer's instructions, then fill them with chocolates. Cut 10-inch lengths of fabric vine trim, and anchor under clip-art labels attached with a glue stick.
Striking and Glamorous
Download our editable label templates, and replace the "E" with the initial of your choice.
Perfect Palettes: Lavender and Red
Our labels, which you can download, are sized to fit atop 3 1/2-inch-diameter round acetate boxes.
Paper butterflies alight on the rims of champagne glasses, staying still just long enough for guests to find their seats.
You can download our template, changing the dates and entering your own information, or make your own calendar using a word-processing program.
Give guests sprightly bouquets of their own: arrangements of 'Ping Pong' mums, chamomile, and lady's mantle (or other blooms to fit your color scheme). The flowers are held in small plastic floral tubes filled with water. Cones of decorative green paper hide the tubes.
Open this card, and the details (literally) come spilling out. Download our envelope liner for an extra touch.
Clue Them In
Download software from Variety Games that lets you create a customized crossword. Place the puzzle and a classic No. 2 pencil dressed with ribbon at each setting.
To create seating charts, download our ribbon templates.
Photo postcards allow you to share your wedding day memories -- and are simple to create. To get the old-fashioned red postcard graphic stamp on the back of the card shown here, download our template and have a stamp made at an office supplies store.
Flutter fans were common giveaways in bygone years. Bring them back with this favor.
Flower Swizzle Sticks
Swizzle sticks topped with crepe paper flowers -- here, a spider chrysanthemum and a sleek calla lily -- add zest to lime spritzers.
Download the editable template to create your own menu, and just fill it in with the courses you plan to serve at your reception. Print it on ivory card stock (one letter-size sheet yields two menus), and trim the cards to size using a ruler and craft knife for a precise cut.
At traditional Greek weddings, koufeta (or dragees) are handed out in odd-numbered amounts. The indivisibility of the numbers shows the newlyweds will be partners for life. For a chic sweet, fill 3 1/2-inch boxes with an odd number of different dragees. For the lining that separates the dragees, download our template.
To make these adorable luminarias inspired by cake-decorating stencils, download the template and print onto 11-by-17-inch paper. Fold the paper like an accordion or wrap around a glass cylinder.
You have the option of printing these motifs in three different shades: orange, aqua, or gray. If you want to add more visual punch, we suggest you experiment with the paper color. We chose paper in a range of soft, complimentary hues -- peach, coral, and pale sage -- for a palette that's at once soothing and arresting.
Get the templates to make these beautiful boxes in several different shapes.
For the matchboxes, print the Cupid's-bow art on text-weight paper, trim to size, and wrap around boxes (without covering the striking surface).
These charming place cards were printed on pre-perforated card stock.
Round Favor Label
Dress up round candy containers with fanciful medallions printed on stickers or paper stock.
To fashion these monogrammed labels, print on adhesive or regular paper and cut out with a 3-inch circle punch.
Our horns of plenty were made using crepe paper (for the liner) and card stock (for the outer cone) printed with a quarter-circle design.
Why save the traditional Just Married sign for your car-aided exit? Hang it up at your reception and you'll get more time to enjoy its message. Better yet, spell out your sentiments letter-by-letter using our alphabet template.
Bridesmaid Fashion Cards
How not to be a bridezilla? Pick something your bridesmaids really can wear again, then list the details on a handy card. Download our template, type in contact info, and print onto card stock. Write in other details, and add fabric swatches and images. Use a rotary cutter with a perforating blade to create a tear-off card that can be tucked into a wallet for easy reference.
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