Lovely Letters Express Love

Remember when you were a kid and playing with letter blocks was all the rage?  Or when you’d write “E + M = love” on your notepad over and over? Well, you’re in luck. The days of playing with letters are back and there’s no better way to incorporate them than into your wedding décor.

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Picture perfect photo opportunities. Image provided by D Park Photography

Picture perfect photo opportunities.
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Just for you: Many craft stores sell large wooden letters that you can use while taking your wedding photos or to decorate the main table of your reception. Using your own initials or spelling out “love,” “unity,” or “one,” are great options to celebrate your union. Looking for a more personal way of incorporating your initials? Try personalized cuff links or a monogrammed necklace as a way to share your love. Want your love letters to have more of a lasting effect? Inscribing the inside of your rings can be a nostalgic way to bring back those childhood memories of love.

Nostalgic Monograms and Initials

Use an elegant monogram throughout your event, from invitations, to gobos shining on the dance floor and even on menus.<br /> Planning and design: A Good Affair Wedding and Event Productions<br /> Photography by Jasmine Star

For your guests: If you’re looking to add something to your favor bags, a personalized stamp is a great way to commemorate your day. Stamps can be added to invitations, gift bags or boxes of favors. Cookies either shaped as your initials or inscribed with them are a tasty, personal treat for both you and your guests. Place settings can include letters written in calligraphy or smaller wooden letters to inform your guests.

State Your Love In Lights

For your décor: Nothing says “LOVE” like letters written in lights. When placed at the head of your table, it can serve as a beautiful, romantic picture opportunity. Your initials can be used to top your cake instead of the usual bride and groom topper. Including an aisle runner in your ceremony? Add your wedding date and initials for a beautiful touch. Centerpieces with your initials spelled out in flowers, smaller letters, or even carved fruit can make all the difference.

The Personal Touch

In the past, monogrammed towels used to mark the beginning of a new life together.  Now, happy couples are celebrating their love with monogrammed invitations, treats and such. Doing so adds a personalized touch to your wedding day.  However you decide to integrate your initials and letters of love, your personal touch will be something to remember and a beautiful moment to capture together.

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Give your initials a staring roll with marquee letters. Image provided by Signature Party Rentals Photography by Rachael McCall Photography

 

Personalize a head table with just the right sentiment. Image provided by Signature Party Rentals

 

Set the stage for a deluxe experience with unique signage.<br /> Planning and design: Kevin Covey Weddings and Events<br /> Photography by Bleu Cotton Photography

 

Marquee letters create a lovely reflection. Image provided by Signature Party Rentals Photography by Rachael McCall Photography

 

Invite guests to dance the night away. Photography by Robert Evans Studios

 

Light up the evening with a proclamation of your love. Planning and design: Kevin Covey Wedding and Event Design

 

Wooden letters draw attention to charming dessert display. Planning and design: A Good Affair Wedding and Event Design Photography by Studio EMP

 

Point the way to a fun day with signs that reflect your style.<br /> Planning and design: Kevin Covey Weddings and Events <br /> Photography by Bleu Cotton Photography

 

Love is in the air. Planning and design: Organics Elements Photography by Paul Barnett

 

Initials take center stage on this lovely backdrop.<br /> Planning and design: A Good Affair Wedding and Event Production<br />