What are you going to pick for escort cards? What about favors? Did you know you could combine your escort cards and favors into one? You can — and it’s a fantastic way to save time and money. Check out these skeleton key escort card favors we spotted here as one example. All you need to do is write the names of guests on the tags, hang or display on a table or a vintage hutch or dresser, and add a sign so guests know to take their key and find their seat. And if you’re wondering how these skeleton keys double as favors, it’s because they’re actually bottle openers — how neat is that? And you know how crazy I am over functional favors. Take a look at these charming skeleton key bottle openers and the pretty vintage tags that accompany them, below. They are from Trees of Lace.
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Need a perfect cake server? What about a pair of forks for your Big Day — and beyond? Or maybe even a coffee spoon that is yours and yours alone? You’ll find vintage wedding silverware sets and more all right here! But first, did you get your copy yet?
Have you been properly acquainted with Wooden Hive yet? If not, get ready to be because we’re sharing a handful of our favorite vintage wedding silverware pieces today! Kerrie, the owner of Wooden Hive and its lead designer, is amazing: not only is she a talented artisan, but she’s sweet as can be, too. And you can tell she’s really passionate about what she does because she’s always adding new silverware to her wedding collection and homewares, too, like, ‘Love Coffee’ or ‘My Ice Cream Spoon’. Whether you need a pair of silverware for your sweetheart table or a cake server for your cake cutting (and for anniversaries for years to come), this is one place you will love. Take a look at a few of our handpicked favorites today and get ready to add ‘em to your list!
And these, especially this ‘good morning handsome’ spoon for Andrew. You see, he always rushes to make the coffee first so he can bring me a cup. And then he says, “Honey? Want cream with that?” And I say, “Yes, please” and he brings it over. And then he says it’s too hot so I might want to wait a minute, as he sets it down to cool on the side table. Now, that’s love.
Wondering what kind of boutonniere to pick? We’ll help! Find out which boutonniere style fits in best with your wedding theme. Plus, get more advice on wedding themes in the book, The Inspired Wedding.
Hi, lovelies! My, oh my, it is gorgeous outside. Spring finally got serious with winter and showed him the door, making this the most beautiful spring I’ve seen in some time. Hello, 65 and sunny! Where have you been? Anyway, I hope it’s spring-y where you are, too! Today we’re talking about what kind of boutonniere to pick for your wedding, depending on your theme. When it comes to your wedding theme, it’s all about the details. Simply put: themed details make for a more cohesive event. And today, we’re showing you what kind of boutonniere to pick for your groom and groomsmen. So whether you’re planning a beach wedding, a modern loft-style reception, a vintage ceremony, or you’re tying the knot in a woodland wedding, we’ve got you covered! See which boutonnieres we’ve handpicked just for you, based on a handful of seven delightful themes (you’ll find similar themes in my new book, too, which will help you plan the ultimate themed wedding). Enjoy!
For a nautical wedding, what kind of boutonniere to pick depends on what colors you’ve selected. If you’re opting for a traditional navy blue and white color palette, a striped boutonniere, like this one, is ideal.