Light up your reception
with a crimson Classic matchbox
Wedding Favours : Framed windows allow a
look-see into these fanciful paper
packets filled with jelly beans. The
envelopes are inexpensive and easy to
customize; all you need is a craft punch
and rubber stamp. Look for narrow
ribbons in a variety of patterns to tie
the tops; as long as the colours
coordinate, they'll go nicely together.
Set out the favours on a table for guests
to help themselves -- they will form a
colourful and inviting display.
Wedding Program : Set the
tone right from the start by greeting
guests at the ceremony with aqua and red
programs suspended from every seat.
Loose pages rest inside the pocket of an
oversize blue tag; its damask-style
pattern is added with a rubber stamp.
The order of events and names of the
wedding party are spelled out in two-color
type, and red cord loops through the
tag's grommet for hanging. Colorful seat
cushions underscore the red accents.
3 Wedding Guest
Book : Tailor a guest book to your
wedding style. Each of these starts with
the same blank journal. Clockwise from
left: Bookcloth-wrapped covers leave the
red spine to peek out. The second book
is covered entirely in paper and stamped
with a monogram; satin ribbon serves as
a bookmark. The third is left uncovered
but accented with a felt band and big
red button. What do guests use to write
their well-wishes? Bright-red pens, of