One of the best and most innovative ideas is to have card board boxes at a wedding. But, when I was planning my wedding, I was completely unsure about this field. Many a times I also see that the invitation is handed by the family members and in the hustle and bustle of the day they get totally misplaced. I do not want you to repeat the mistakes other couples made. I have therefore come up with the idea of about setting up a card box at your wedding.
Below are a few of my favorite DIY Wedding Card Boxes options:
How about monster card boxes that “eat” your wedding cards? It will look just perfect giving a monster like feel on your invitations.
How about going plain simple like one of these organizational photo boxes in different colors and sizes to fit in with your wedding? Quick! Easy! And Simple!
Bird cages look beautiful as card boxes. Make it like a simple cage and add a golden ribbon along with the sign to go on it.
Another beautiful innovation is the lunchbox pail. You may also use skull and crossbones lunch pail for a pirate theme wedding.
Cardbot is just WOW. While some people use basket for their cards, why not use CARDBOT 3000: Wedding Card Processor of the Future? Let Cardbot make an appearance at your wedding too.
This one is prefect for Buddhist Wedding. Just get an oversized shoe box, cut a slit in the top and decorate to your liking. Pretty darn smart! Right?
You can simply customize your own logo with your would-be spouse and create a brand name in your wedding.
If you are a book worm why not show it in your wedding too? Make book-shaped boxes with the middles cut out and cover with book clothes.
Now this is creative. Get some boxes and cut a few holes in it. Decorate it with ribbon and jewels. The feathers are held up by gluing them into little holes in a styrophome ball (cut in half and painted black and small feathers glued on top of it).
For this one use a hat box and cut a slit in the top. Use a black canvas and decorate it. Make it look fancy and elegant.
Well, I never said that card boxes have to be boxes. If you have a big decorative vase or cool oversized jar lying around the house, simply set it out on a table with a message for guests.
The best of all, a pinata. They are available in all kind of shapes and sizes. Interestingly, they’re already hollowed out.
Leave us your comments or upload a picture of your wedding card box you made. We will be glad to take a peep to your wedding.
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