I have one more pretty watercolour project to finish off your table styling. Ready? It’s your watercolour diy place cards. Click to download the template. Enter your guests’ names into the template and print onto heavy watercolour card (you’ll need to download the Raleway font from Google Fonts), then follow the easy watercolour instructions from
Here’s an easy way to prettify your home-printed wedding menus – no art skills required, I promise! You’ll need to lay out your menu wording 2-up on an A4 page (I used Megrim and Raleway fonts, both free from Google Fonts). For best results, use the thickest watercolour paper that will fit through your printer. 1.
Have you fallen head over heels for the ombre look? Good! Because you’re in for a treat over the next couple of weeks as I share some watercolour-inspired crafts. This dip dyeing tutorial is a handy way to incorporate this look into your table setting! Of course the projects are perfect for your wedding but