Remember those super cute confetti pouch free printables I shared a few months back peachies? Well, the lovely Stephanie of Stelloberry Designs is back again to share some sweet dessert table and candy table printables that will get you on a sugar high! I love a pretty dessert or candy buffet table – whether it’s styling one or gobbling through one, I’m all for it! Hurry and DIY one yourself peachies. With these pretty printables, it’s never been easier.
I love a good dessert buffet at a wedding. Not do they have the yummiest food, there’s also plenty of room to be creative when styling these areas – to the point where they can be a feature for your wedding venue.
There are so many different avenues you can pursue when it comes to decorations – think paper pinwheels, rosettes, bunting, streamers and you get the idea! Most of these can be DIYed and today I’d like to share with you one small, but still important project – food and drink tags.
I’ve created some tags that can be styled in many ways to suit your décor, as outlined below. To get started, download the printable and follow the steps. And most importantly, have fun!
What you’ll need:
- Scissors or a craft knife
- Rounded corner punch
- A4 sheets of good quality card
- Double-sided tape or glue
Download the food and drink tags printable here in blush pink or baby blue. Print the file onto an A4 sheet of high quality card and cut around each tag using scissors or a craft knife. Once the tags have been cut out, use a punch to round out each corner.
NB: In each printable there are tags with words as well as blank tags for you fill in. If you’re using the blank tags, simply type your chosen words into the space provided on each tag before printing.
Once your tags have been cut out, with a bit of creativity you’ll find a myriad of ways to use them. The simplest way is to stand them alongside your tableware for instant, hassle-free food and drink signs.
If you’re after something a little more hands-on, try using double-sided tape to stick the tags on onto candy jars or soda bottles. Simply apply the tape to the back of your tag and adhere to the glass. Perhaps consider adding some ribbon for that extra wow factor – tape a strip of ribbon around the middle of the bottle/jar before sticking your tag over the top.
If you’re using apothecary jars or other glassware from which your tags can hang, try looping a piece of ribbon and sticking it to the back of your tag with glue or double-sided tape. Then hang the loop over the top of your candy jar or cupcake stands for instant pretty signage.