wedding. Tuesday , August 29th , 2017 - 06:55:28 AM
Edible wedding favors are not only fun, but easy to put together too. Who doesn't love to receive a gift that they can eat? You can purchase mint tins that may be personalized to match the theme of the wedding then fill them with matching candies or other fun items. Having a beach wedding? Select a mint tin personalized with a palm tree in colors to match your wedding colors. Fill the tins with fun little candy like Skittles or Starburst that are available in tropical flavors. Will your wedding be held in December or January? Then fill the favor bags or tins with peppermint colors in red and white or green and white to match the season. Wedding favors you can eat always go over very well with the guests that receive them. Another great idea to consider is to place an assortment of loose candy in bowls next to the favor bags with silver candy servers. Your guests can create their own edible wedding favor. This will be fun for your guests plus save you time too.
Create a buzz among your guests by sending your wedding invite in a non-conventional way. For example, if you're getting married with your toes in the sand, consider sending an invitation tucked inside a bottle. Or, if you have a wedding worthy of a storybook princess, send an invitation rolled up into a scroll. Christmas wedding invites might be sent in a box wrapped up like a gift.
- Seasonal blooms abundant flowers are always in style at a summer wedding. Use bright and cheerful blooms like sunflowers, peonies, hydrangea, mums, daisies, dahlias, zinnias, and roses. Or create a breezy, airy look with white on white using roses, stephanotis, calla lilies, snowball mums and daisies and incorporate a touch of blue like blue hydrangea
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