When I went to a wedding last summer, the funniest thing happened. Every time I went to dance, I came back and my drink was gone. Poof. Not empty… missing. Does this happen to you, too? It’s a common occurrence at wedding receptions where the tables are constantly cleared of glasses and silverware in an attempt to keep things neat and tidy.
I get it, I really do. But honestly. I was only gone a minute!
Anyways, that’s why after I found these, I had to let you in on the secret. Every wedding should have these coasters.
The coasters read—quite brilliantly, might I add—“Please don’t take my drink. I’m dancing”.
Smart. Simple. I like.
Love These Wedding Coasters?
I found them at Evermine where you can order yours in a plethora of pretty colors.
We’re always looking for cute, inspiring ways to make your wedding reception awesome. Case in point? This diy mojito in a jar we spotted over at Company Forty Two. I loved these right away, so I knew you’d probably want to see them, too. I always see the traditional mason jars, but rarely do people use these quilted jelly jars nearly enough. And I don’t know why because they’re so insanely cute.
Plus, they’re a smaller size which makes it easier for filling at drink dispensers.
These custom drink stirrers from Company Forty Two are the finishing touch to a perfect mojito in a jar. And don’t forget those mint leaves + lime wedges as garnish.
Pin this for summer, lovelies: this is one cold drink that will be hot in the spring and summer wedding season.
Mojito in a Jar » Recipe
Here’s an excellent big-batch mojito recipe we found for you from Chow. It yields 20 servings, which is perfect for putting in one of these.
♥ 1 cup granulated sugar ♥ 1 cup water ♥ 1 (4-inch) piece fresh ginger, peeled and grated on the large holes of a box grater (about 1/3 cup packed) ♥ 2 cups tightly packed fresh mint leaves (from about 2 bunches) ♥ 1 (750-milliliter) bottle white rum ♥ 1 1/2 cups freshly squeezed lime juice (from about 18 medium limes)
♥ Ice ♥ 2 1/4 cups club soda, chilled ♥ 12 fresh mint sprigs
Make up a batch!
For the base:
1. In a small saucepan, bring the sugar, water, and ginger to a boil over high heat, stirring to dissolve the sugar, about 5 minutes. Remove from the heat, add the mint leaves, stir to combine, and let cool to room temperature, about 1 hour.
2. Place a fine-mesh strainer over a 1-1/2- to 2-quart container and strain the syrup, discarding the solids. Add the rum and lime juice and stir to combine. Cover and refrigerate until well chilled.
1. For 1 drink, fill an 8-oz jar with ice. Add 1/2 cup of the Mojito base, top with 3 tablespoons of the club soda, and stir to combine. Garnish with a mint sprig.
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If you’re a mojito maven + plan to whip up these for dinner parties on the regular, add this to your registry. It even comes with a muddler!
Hi there. It’s Monday already, can you believe it? We’re excited to kick off a brand new week of wedding inspiration with you, starting with this unique poster style wedding menu, program, and guest book. Have you seen the poster style collection over at B is for Brown? It’s basically for fun couples, those who aren’t afraid to mix it up a bit + make the ceremony and reception more exciting for guests.
Poster Style Wedding Menu, Program + Guest Book
Here’s the wedding menu… I love the part about ‘rabbit food’ aka salad. It reminds me of Ron Swanson from Parks & Rec: “There’s been a mistake: you’ve accidentally given me the food that my food eats,” followed by, “… is a rabbit marrying a gerbil?” Ha. Classic RonSwan.
Anyways. This poster menu is personalized + customizable in your choice of colors. I think the black and white is elegant and sophisticated, and very easy to read.
There’s also a poster style wedding program that I wanted to show you, which has some laid-back lines like, “Here’s how it’s going to go” and “guests make faces at the groom” and “ring bearers process [if we are lucky]” and “bride’s processional [stare please]“. See? It’s more fun when you don’t take yourself too seriously.
And the guest book, my FAVORITE PART! Check this one out.
One easy way to save your space at your wedding reception is with a pair of custom wedding chair signs. It’s more of a formality, really, since no one is going to steal the bride and groom’s seats. But, it is a cute idea nonetheless that can eliminate any chair confusion and add a decorative touch that will look great in your wedding photos. Check out a few custom wedding chair signs we spotted over at Susabellas, with one that has me humming a little Jack Johnson on this beautiful Wednesday morning…