Did you know that the most popular months for weddings in the United States are June, September, and October? And are you aware of the most popular time to plan one? February is National Weddings Month for a reason!
As a month for actual wedding ceremonies, February ranks near the bottom. Yet it ranks first for planning, thanks largely to proposals made around the holidays, New Years, and, of course, Valentine’s Day. It’s when couples typically begin serious planning- arranging venues, printing invitations, and choosing caterers, photographers, flowers, and cakes.
It’s also when the veil lifts on the finer details, like linens, glassware, and flatware. And once the invitations have been sent, decisions must be made about seating arrangements and floor layout. That’s where the right Name Plate Holders play a pivotal role.
Traditional Table Tent Name Plate Holders for guests are made of sturdy acrylic that’s designed to withstand knocks and always stay upright. The clear display catches the eye and lends high visibility to nameplate inserts.
For a sophisticated, classy event, Glass Green adds a truly elegant touch to Acrylic Name Plate Holders for wedding guests. Besides the obvious and overridingly important function of designating who sits where, Name Plate Holders with a polished finish make ideal identifiers for gift table place-cards, highlighting where gifts should go and where guestbooks can be signed. Styles like these are perfect for that special day!
In honor of National Weddings Month, here are a few factoids you might find interesting.
*Queen Victoria’s wedding cake weighed 300 pounds. She also gets credit for starting the white wedding dress tradition in 1840.
*1,001 white origami cranes signify good luck at Japanese weddings.
*In Great Britain, it was once considered good luck for the bride to kiss a chimney sweep…believed to have the power to sweep away evil spirits.
*The average number of wedding guests at U.S. weddings? 120
*Last but not least, New Year’s Eve and Valentine’s Day are favorites for Las Vegas visitors who want to elope!