I dont remember who posted this on guests arrival to the airport, but its awesome. Heres A helpful attachment you can send out to your guests so they know what to expect when ariving to PV.
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Posted 02 October 2007 - 12:11 PM
| Originally Posted by hls140 |
This is a great idea....unfortunately, I made all my stuff in Adobe InDesign, a program that I use for work, and most of you probably don't have that on your PCs. I'll attach a pdf of our welcome letter (its not letting me attach more right now) and if any of the info is helpful and you have InDesign, I'd be happy to share the original file.
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| Originally Posted by SarahL |
We didn't want to have table numbers because it sort of sounds like a hierarchy... we didn't want people at table 14 to feel like they were less important than those at table 2!
SO... I created these table names instead. They are named after drinks. We will be at the champagne table, and everyone else will sit at one of these:
- Cafe de Olla
- Agua de Jamaica
- Chocolate Caliente
I'm attaching the actual table cards I made. At the top I put the flip flop design that has been at the top of our save-the-dates, invitations, placecards, and stationery. Then at the bottom there is the table (drink) name and a picture.
I took these to be professionally color-printed, and then I had them cut in half vertically and folded in half horizontally. Then they were laminated and ready to go.
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