A Nashville Wraps Wedding

February 21, 2011

in How Tos,Weddings

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There are hundreds of details involved in planning a wedding. When I started planning my own, I didn’t have to worry about where to find ribbon and other packaging supplies – I knew I would find the best products at Nashville Wraps. I was also given the same great service and speedy shipping that our customers love. I was very happy with the way everything looked and couldn’t wait to share these photos of Nashville Wraps products in action.

Wired Ribbon Pew BowMy dress had little bows on it, so I decided to use bows as a theme. I used our Wired Princess Ribbon to tie a bright yellow bow on each pew. Since this ribbon has a wired edge, it can easily be sculpted into the loopy bows I envisioned.

I’m not sure how many rolls of yellow Paper Raffia I used for the big day – but what a versatile ribbon that turned out to be. It holds its shape, so each of the hundreds of tiny bows we tied held up well. I asked friends and family to help me collect empty jam-sized jars to put candles in, and we wrapped each jar with a band of Sinamay Ribbon, tied with a yellow Paper Raffia bow (below).

Jars decorated with Sinamay and RaffiaWe collected aqua Mason jars for the flowers, and wrapped those with a wider band of Sinamay and a yellow raffia bow (left).

Those little bows also looked adorable on top of our wedding favors – we used the Single Truffle Totes and stamped them with “Thank you for coming,” then filled them with M&M’s (below left).

Favor Boxes and Programs Tied with Raffia

And the night before the wedding, we stayed up late tying the programs together with yellow raffia (above right).

To brighten up the reception space, we used different sizes and shades of yellow, aqua, turquoise, and black satin ribbon – all from Nashville Wraps, of course – to hang paper lanterns from the ceiling. I loved the way the shine of the ribbon contrasted with the more industrial textures in the space (below).

Paper Lanterns Tied with Satin Ribbon

And finally, guests were given our Robin’s Egg Blue Organza bags filled with sunflower seeds to toss as we made our getaway (below) – in a yellow convertible, what else? Cheyenne and I were blessed with a warm, sunny day for our January wedding in Nashville. It couldn’t have been a more wonderful experience. Thanks, Nashville Wraps, for making it a breeze to find so many of the supplies I needed!

Organza Wedding Birdseed Bags

Priscilla Medders
Graphic Designer
NashvilleWraps.com
Photos by jenmphotography.com
Floral design by amandajerkinsdesign.com

Priscilla Medders

Priscilla Medders is a graphic designer based in Nashville. She helps to prettify the Nashville Wraps catalog and blog site. She enjoys singing and playing music with her husband, the dashing Cheyenne Medders.

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Valerie Peli February 22, 2011 at 3:59 pm

Thanks for sharing memories from your special day! Nashville Wraps products really do it all, don’t they?

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