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Modern Museo custom wedding coasters

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Modern Museo round coasters

Round Coasters

3.9" circle  •  size info >

12 coasters per set

choose from 35 colors

item: COMM22

Modern Museo square coasters

Square Coasters

3.9" square  •  size info >

12 coasters per set

choose from 35 colors

item: COMM21

Modern Museo Style — Wedding Coasters

Clean and modern, this style is all about color and contrast, using simple and spare as its hallmark. The main text is a square serif font, printed white in a bar of solid color. Above and below, centered sans-serif text finishes this simple and elegant style, bringing out the beautiful paper to its best advantage. Customize Modern Museo wedding coasters today!

About Custom Wedding Coasters — Modern Museo

Modern Museo wedding coasters are available in multiple shapes—3.9" round, or 3.9" square with rounded corners, and others. They are printed on extra-thick (58-point) paper board. To provide an idea of how thick they are, a stack of a twelve coasters is around 3/4" tall. The 58-point pulpboard readily absorbs moisture to help protect all your tabletop surfaces. The coaster surface is finished with a smooth matte coating to provide beautiful, crisp printing. Wedding coasters are individually die-cut, so their top edge is soft and rounded. They are designed to be disposable, but they are durable and re-usable. If unused, they can be set-aside as keepsakes and will last forever. These are working coasters; they are designed to be used for your wedding, be it a formal indoor affair, a casual country or farm setting, or an intimate gathering at your home. Select the green "Personalize" button to start customizing your Modern Museo wedding coasters today.

Special Note: Evermine wedding coasters are printed on the front side only and come beautifully packaged in boxed sets of a dozen. On the blank back, a small Evermine logo is tastefully debossed.