Blessing Tree

The blessing tree is a great idea and can be used at your wedding, reception, baby naming ceremony, baby shower or just about any other ceremony or celebration you can think of.

Much like a Fingerprint tree (check out my previous blog about fingerprint trees here), it is a great way to involve everyone who is a guest at your special day. The underpinning idea is that you have a ‘tree’ (you can buy the tree or make one yourself) and attach cards that your guests have written a blessing or messages to you on with ribbon. The blessing tree could be placed at the reception or ceremony venue – a great way to get guests involved and into the spirit of the event! Welcoming your guests with Blessing cards is another option – these can be kept for the bride and groom to look back on in the future or read at the reception.

It is a great way to decorate a table at a wedding and you can use colours to match stationary and the aesthetic theme of your wedding or special ceremony. Do you know anyone who used this idea at their special ceremony?

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  1. Pingback: 10 new takes on traditional guest books | debschergercelebrant

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