The stationery on the day of your wedding plays an important part in adding to the style of your big day. Having pretty favour tags to greet your guests as they take their seats can add a lovely touch to your table setting, and we have a great design that you can easily create at home.
- Favour tag free printable (available here)
- Hole punch
- Split pins (also known as brads, optional)
- Coloured card (optional)
- Double-sided tape (optional)
- Cutting mat
- Craft knife or scissors
Download and print out our free printable favour tags onto high quality cardstock.
Using your craft knife and cutting mat (or a pair of scissors), cut out each of the tags. Or if you’d like to add an element of interest to your stationery, follow through steps 3-5.
At this stage, if you would like to use the tag as is, punch a hole in the top of each tag using a hole punch, then add a length of ribbon as shown in the image below.
Select a sheet of cardstock that’s a complementary colour to the favour tag printable. Using your craft knife and cutting mat, cut rectangles out of the cardstock that are slightly larger than each printed favour tag.
Fold up the corner of the printed favour tag, then fasten it in place with a split pin.
Adhere the printed favour tag to the coloured card using double-sided tape. Lastly, punch a hole towards the top with your hole punch and attach a length of ribbon to complete your tag.
- Experiment with different colours and types of ribbon – a thin satin ribbon can be quite elegant, whereas a stitched grosgrain ribbon will add a playful element to your tags.
- Try adding some text in the area where the corner is upturned – for example writing in the name of each guest or the date of the wedding to add a nice personal touch.
Photography by Stelloberry Designs
Ms Gingham says: How gorgeous and simple! This is a beautiful template … thanks so much to Stephanie from Stelloberry Designs for providing it for us.
About Stephanie: Hi, I’m Stephanie from Stelloberry Designs. I own a Sydney-based stationery boutique that specialises in designing and handcrafting invitations for special events. I love paper, pretty bits and pieces, and innovative design.
Read Stephanie’s Vendor of the Week interview here.