Mr & Mrs Letters For Wedding
Mr & Mrs Letters For Wedding – Mr & Mrs Stand Up Letters are handmade and attached to a base for extra stability as a wedding table decoration. Personalized with Mr. and Mrs. names and can be displayed on the bride and groom’s table and will look great on a shelf, mantle, dresser or other surface after the event.
Each word is cut into one piece, if you want the letter cut in a different way, please let us know.
Mr & Mrs Letters For Wedding
Shipping Note: Words over 26 inches in length may incur an actual shipping charge, which may be more than what appears in the shopping cart at the end of your order. We will contact you if actual shipping charges apply to your order.
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The height of the letter you order is based on the capital letter “A” of the font you specify. Depending on the font, some upper/lower case letters may be shorter or taller than the height you indicate on the order form, so they appear proportional to each other. Therefore, you can get some of your letters in sizes other than the height of the order. If all letters are ordered in lowercase, we will still scale the letters to uppercase “A”, which will make most of the letters smaller than ordered. If you would like to make your letter size different from our standards, please contact us. See examples below. About: 25 year old mathematician, hobbyist, DIY style. Mary believes that homemade gifts are the best gifts and is always looking for a new project. Hobbies: Knitting, playing… More about Maryhammy »
Weddings are expensive. I always knew this, but it wasn’t until I got engaged last year that I realized how expensive they really are. We have set a very conservative budget to keep our costs to a minimum. Only $500 for decorations. It was easier said than done to include the signs, centerpieces, guest book, cake topper, head table decorations and ceremony decorations.
I saw giant MR and MRS lights that were rented to Kiji for $300. They looked amazing, but $300?! It was more than half of my budget. So I decided to make them myself. The total value of these letters reached $50! It contains many white Christmas lights that you can use every Christmas.
I have received many complements on these letters. They were a big hit at the wedding and set the dance floor in a good mood when the lights went down.
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Draw each letter MR & MRS on a full foam board. I recommend copying my letters or searching the internet for a font you like. Change your font to give each letter a solid base and a standard thickness of 3 inches.
Use the knife to carefully cut each letter. Work slowly, cutting the knife a little deeper into the foam with each stroke until it moves to the other side.
I’ve found that holding the foam firmly on the table with one hand and cutting around the edge is very effective. I wasn’t afraid to scratch the table when the knife suddenly burst through the foam.
Please be careful in this step! It’s very easy for the blade to slide into places you don’t want it to go, especially on curves.
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To do this, cut all the scraps into 1-inch-thick strips. You will need a lot of these strips, in addition to the scraps I needed two more sheets of foam board cut into strips (and I had plenty of scraps).
Working with one letter, cut the strips to the length of the straight edges. Hot glue these to the letter. See image for guidance.
For curved edges, cut ends into small pieces about 1 inch wide. I recommend cutting them as needed, as the thickness you use will depend on the curve. Use many small pieces to cover the entire curve.
Spread the letters on a sheet of plastic outside or in the garage. Color the letters carefully. We used two cans. The tricky part is not to miss the nooks and crannies that the letters have. Don’t worry about the back of the letters because no one will see them!
Mr & Mrs Wedding Table Letters
With a pencil and ruler, draw lines that divide each part of the letters in half. Use this as a guide to make the holes for the Christmas lights.
Using a utility knife, make a small cross every 2 inches along the letters. Make another cross over the first ones to make a little star and have a total of 8 cuts (see pictures for example).
Connect the letters and squeeze the lights into the holes you made. This can be difficult to undo, so I suggest you don’t do it until you’re sure you don’t need to make any changes.
Place the letters on the headboard and enjoy! Be proud of your wedding decor.
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The letters were so easy to carry and made a lovely backdrop for our first dance. Be careful during transport as they can be a bit fragile.