This is a creative and unique gift for a bridal shower or wedding if you want to give the couple a gift that is not on their registry and is super cute!
This is a wine basket with 6 bottles of wine with a poem attached to each bottle for the couple to drink for first events in their lives. Wedding night, first fight, first anniversary, first christmas, first baby, and first dinner party.
Click here to download the template for the poems. Print the poems on card stock and cut them out using scalloped scissors. Next, punch a hole the cards and tie them to the bottle using ribbon. Place them in a cute basket with a matching ribbon and tah- dah! you have a gift that will last them through all their first big events.
Original DIY from OCCASIONS
Original photo credit unknown
The summer is quickly coming to an end, but it is still hot out. This is an adorable favor to give to your guests as a fun treat to cool them off! Here is how to put together this sweet favor yourself:
You will need:
Glass Mason Jars, ribbon, small zip lock plastic bags, half&half individual packets, rock salt, and sugar & vanilla powder. Your guests will just need to add ice.
1. Pour 1 cup rock salt into the bottom of the jar
2. Pour 1 TBS sugar and 1tsp vanilla into zip lock bag and seal.
3. Put the bag of powder and 8 half & half packets into each jar.
Click here to get the cute tag and side labels for your jar. Print them out and you have a tasty favor for weddings, bridal showers, birthdays, etc.
Original DIY by Style Me Pretty
Photo Credit: Jackie Wonders
Here is an easy and adorable DIY gift bag project for party favor treats. All you will need is a printer, 5×7 white paper bags, scalloping scissors, and whatever treat you want to fill the bags with!
1. Download the graphic from here and type in the names and date in the space provided. Follow the instructions on the pdf.
2. You can add a little more detail to the bags by cutting the top with scalloping scissors
3. Fill the bags with the treat of your choice!
Original DIY found on Style Me Pretty by Twig & Thistle.
Attach your escort cards to champagne glasses, and your guests will be ready to toast and happy to find that their seating cards come with a glass of bubbly! Cheers 🙂
Photo credit: Mike Krautter marthastewartweddings.com
This chalk board serving platter is perfect for serving cheese, cookies, fruit, or anything you might want to label! Originally found from the blog Whit & Whistle, with a great tutorial on how to make this serving platter that can be re-used over and over again.
Serving platter tutorial and photo credit: Whit and Whistle
This mason jar themed bridal shower is adorable for a summer shower, and easy to put together!
Mason jar shaped labels for food and drinks make a cute accessory for the themed shower. There are many templates on google but the template from Sweetly Scrapped Blog was used for these. There are several different mason jar shapes, so choose the one you like! Simply print out the template and trace it on to a piece of scrapbook paper, color of your choice, and cut it out (you can fit about 3 or 4 on one sheet of paper). Then cut white scrap book paper for the top and the middle to write on. Last, tie a piece of twine around the top.
Brides- What other mason jar ideas have you seen?
A windowpane seating chart gives a unique twist to your average escort board at your wedding reception, and is quick and simple to make!
You will need: An old window pane found at a junk yard, or a new one found at Home Depot/Lowes (which you can then paint and sand to give it a roughed up, vintage look.) and a paint marker.
Write the table numbers followed by the guests to be seated at that table on each windowpane. To do this you can use your best handwriting, or print out what you want each window pane to say in the font you want and tape it to the back of the glass. You can then trace over the words with your paint marker. Thats it! You have your fabulous wedding reception seating chart.
Brides- you could use this windowpane idea for your signature drink sign also!
Photo Credit: Grooms Sold Separately