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diy Wedding Crafts: Chalkboard Moss Table Numbers

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We love Kelton & Cole’s chalkboard moss table numbers! Here is how you make them:

Materials Needed:

– small chalkboards
– moss
– glue gun and glue sticks
– scissors
– small cans or water glass

Photography: sassyfrasstudios.com | diy Wedding Crafts:Chalkboard Moss Table Numbers - diyweddingsmag.com

Instructions:

  1. Using a fair amount of glue, draw the table number on each chalkboard.
  2. Arrange the moss on top of the glue to fit the number.  Tip:  As a guide use a small can or water glass to assemble your moss around to create semi perfect circles for your numbers like 3, 6,8,9 and 10.
  3. Trim where necessary.

 

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About Kelton & Cole’s Mountain Wedding

There’s something about that mountain air… the way it just seems to calm and relax you while at the same time stirring an excitement in your fingers to snap away at the camera. Kelton and Cole’s mountain camp wedding was just that, a bit of excitement with loads of happy relaxation.

Every detail screamed love and fun from the hand crafted feather arm bands that Cole made for he and his bride to the vintage covered beds at the pond, to the “Love Fest” buttons for all the guests. Kelton and her mom not only decorated the entire reception hall and open air chapel with hanging windows full of jars and wildflowers, but they also made sure that guests were entertained at the reception with mountain stomping music and delicious food on vintage plates.

Their guests roared with laughter as the bare foot minister recited “Oh The Places You Will Go” as their reading… and continued to stand and applaud for the first kiss as Mr. and Mrs. To say that this wedding day was full of love and lovely DIY details could not capture it justly. It was just pure fun… a day we were so thankful we were able to capture!

Enjoy the rest of their wedding album from SassyFrass Studios.

Submitted by: Lauren Wagoner

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  • I am using moss with our centerpieces. Now that I saw this we are adding the little chalkboards. Thanks for posting!

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