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14.3.11

pi day wedding 3.14159265358

march 14th, also known as π day
perfect for a math wedding
of course, you'll need pies.  cut out the shape with this pi cookies cutter.
stack tables with vintage math books from OurBookShelf via etsy
scatter tools like rulers & this vintage compass from CuriousCrowVintage via etsy
keep guests busy with suduku table cloths
but don't forget pi pencils from Wacodis via etsy
dots are circles too!  vintage dot dress from violetvillevintage via etsy
display pi to as many places as you can!  numbers by bettyhendrick via etsy
give out number lollpops by VintageConfections via etsy
recycled calculus tags for your favors by Tanithsoddsandends via etsy
how cool would these be with 3 1 4?  circle save the dates by printyourparty via etsy
get geometric by hanging these 3D circle garlands by MaisyandAlice via etsy
nerdify your punch with pi ice from thinkgeek
extra credit if your guests sign your guest book with an equation in this protractor notebook from presentandcorrect via etsy
pi friendship bracelets for your wedding party from paulapi via etsy
forget rose petals, scatter these calculus circles from Tanithsoddsandends via etsy
pi cuff links for the rational (rdrr) fella by dedalo via etsy
handwritten pi could become a beautiful backdrop for photos when printed on a roll of canvas
circle pi (nk) ring by onegarnetgirl via etsy
how about a bouquet of algebra roses by mrgnome via etsy
math love invitations by shineinvitations via etsy
add some pops of color by displaying a few vintage abaci from thevintagency via etsy

5 comments:

Nicole said...

I like the pi backdrop

Rachel Birdsell said...

This makes the geek in me so happy! Thanks for featuring my Etsy shop (curiouscrowvintage)

The Bunneh said...

So cool!

maisy and alice said...

What a cool collection, so unique, I'm glad to be here, thank you!

iandennismiller said...

Thanks for the shoutout re: handwritten pi! ...although technically it's 'pi in my handwriting' since I created a font based on my actual handwriting, then rendered pi to a ton of decimal places using it.

Some people are disappointed to hear that I didn't actually spend the time writing all those digits, but I like to point out that it was a pretty tedious process to make the font, too. As a bonus, I can use my personal font on my website and business cards!